Study targets AIDS infection
Broad research includes universities
Western students and Londoners will soon have an opportunity to participate in a new study of the sexual habits and health gay and bisexual men.
Geeks get organized
If you have ever wanted to know 'what's up' at Western, the answer is now only a couple of mouse clicks away.
Afghan refugee horror
While the military campaign in Afghanistan continues, hundreds of thousands of refugees are living in squalid conditions inside the war-torn country.
Less housing available in London
If you plan on looking for a new place to live next year, you may want to start looking sooner rather than later.
WHEN FACED WITH A WINDOW OF OPPORTUNITY, SOME PEOPLE JUST LIKE TO SIT
IN FRONT OF IT AND READ PORNO MAGAZINES. Third-year biochemistry student
Aaron Carmichael sat and did homework by a window Wednesday.
ALL FOUR OF THEM - GORDIE
LACHANCE, CHRIS CHAMBERS, TEDDY DUCHAMP AND VERN TESSIO - SET OFF ON A
JOURNEY TO FIND THE BODY OF RAY BROWER. Four students re-enacted a scene
from Stand By Me Tuesday evening as they walked along the path on
University College Hill.
2001: far wackier than a space odyssey
As the curtain closes on 2001, it has become increasingly clear the events of the last eleven months will have significant long-term effects upon the international community and the future of our own nation.
Every day is a great one for Walter Gretzky
His life has been marked by hockey and humility, big stars and small towns, but more than anything else, Walter Gretzky's life is a lesson in second chances.