Volume 95, Issue 50
Thursday, November 29, 2001
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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Lauren Starr/Gazette
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.


ęBeth Kerim/Gazette
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.

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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.

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