Volume 95, Issue 37
Wednesday, November 7, 2001
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Forum discusses wonders of universe
First lecture in series debates human understanding

Developing wonder and appreciation for the immensity of the universe was the focus of the first of nine events in the Veritas Forum series.

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The world at war

As America's anthrax panic begins to calm, United States President George W. Bush warned of new and far deadlier threats.

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THE POTATO FARMERS THOUGHT HE WAS MAD. BUT ALLEN COLLECTED HIS BURLAP SACKS AND EVENTUALLY MADE THIS BLAZER. WHO'S MAD INDEED? Allan Weedon, Dean of Graduate Studies, spoke to a crowd at Conron Hall, Thesday.

New program provides instant medical advice

London medical professionals are the first in Canada to obtain bragging rights – and access – to online medical research.

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Off-campus students' council in development
Yeah! More student politicians

First-year students living off-campus next year are going to be guaranteed representation where there has not been representation before.

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Gin Game
a stacked success


It's ironic that the setting for the play The Gin Game is a nursing home described by the lead character as "a warehouse for the intellectually and emotionally dead," as this play offers both clever dialogue and touching self-exploration.

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Ruggers lose a close final

All good things must end eventually and for the Western men's rugby team – that end came last weekend.

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