Volume 95, Issue 46
Thursday, November 22, 2001
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Council gives Lawless an earful
Forum discusses ideas, problems

Bus passes for part-time students, more garbage cans, a queer arts festival and a cheap place to buy eggs on campus – that's what students really want from their students' council.

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Stop consuming you capitalist pig

Hold off buying that new Gap vest – a student club on campus is challenging Western students to keep their wallets in their pockets for one day.

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Much maligned SSSC changes constitution

At a council meeting last night, The Social Science Students' Council passed three motions in favour of constitutional changes that will affect future head sophs.

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Anthrax strikes again

America's bioterrorism crisis took a new twist Wednesday with the mysterious anthrax-related death of an elderly woman in rural Connecticut.

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ęDave Van Dyck/Gazette
ARE THESE CASH REGISTERS CLOSED BECAUSE:
(A) Western finally decided they've gouged enough students at CentreSpot, (B) our photographer broke into the cafeteria for Buy Nothing Day and the hippies somehow got their way
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The Gazette's ultimate student survival guide

Survival.

It is the essential motivator for all human thought and action.

When one reaches the golden world of academia, survival takes on a whole new meaning. During a students' university career, he or she will make countless important decisions that could have a profound impact on the rest of their life.

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Canada's hockey trivia whiz

In some instances, being a know-it-all can be a very good thing.

Just ask Liam Maguire, Canada's pre-eminent hockey trivia guru and author of What's the Score, a hockey trivia book packed with facts and insight.

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Crystal Dove/Gazette
WHAT REALLY HURT WASN'T JUST THE FACT HE MISSED THE BUS, BUT MORE SPECIFICALLY, HE MISSED THE BUS GOING TO THE LAND OF 24-HOUR KEGGERS. Fourth-year chemistry student Allan Siderius walks by the agriculture display on th path beside the McIntosh Gallery on his way to the bus stop, no doubt.