Volume 95, Issue 44
Tuesday, November 20, 2001
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SSSC pursues missing soph fees

Further complicating the Social Science Students' Council's recent financial troubles is a large deficit of uncollected soph fees.

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Illegal parking poses huge safety risk

Think before you park is the message campus emergency response services are sending out to Western students.

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İDave Van Dyck/Gazette
IT'S TOUGH FINDING A GIFT THAT BEST SAYS "SORRY TO HEAR YOU GO TO GUELPH." Kelly Webb, a fourth-year music student, was seen purchasing a gift in Artifex on Monday. Remember kids, even if you fail at Western, it's still better than going to Guelph.

 

Turmoil puts war on hold

While Canadian troops remain on 48 hour notice for possible deployment to war-torn Afghanistan, Prime Minister Jean Chretien said Monday that a final decision on Canada's military involvement has not yet been made.

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Western now home to Über-computer

Recruiting and retaining faculty, along with putting Western at the forefront of academic research, are among the hopes for a new super computing facility that was officially launched on Friday.

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Imagination brought to life
Harry Potter makes a magical world


All aboard the Hogwarts Express!

Wizards and Muggles (non-magic people) of all ages can now be transported on a scarlet steam engine to the enchanting world of wizardry as Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone brings imagination to life on the silver screen.

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Multiple wins put Western on cloud nine
Men's hockey team keeps on rolling


The Royal Military College Paladins' "trap-style" defense seemed more like a trap-door Friday, as the Western Mustangs men's hockey team peppered RMC goaltender Aaron Courtney with a whopping 52 shots on route to a 3-1 win.

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