Volume 95, Issue 21
Wednesday, October 10, 2001
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New recruits rush to sign up

Enrollment in the Canadian Military is up, though it remains unclear whether the conflict in Afghanistan is causing this boost in interest.

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Western residence fears bomb threat

In response to a recent police-issued alert of possible 'suspicious packages' en route to Western, Glenmore's student apartment administration has refused to accept parcels and packages for its residents.

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Terrorism up for debate, says UWO prof

Students flexed their academic muscles outside the classroom Tuesday during a debate on terrorism.

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BOG profile: Scott Belton

Running as a candidate for the Board of Governors was not a new idea for Scott Belton, one of three undergraduate students campaigning for one open student representative position on BOG.

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ęDave Van Dyck/Gazette
I'M GLAD YOU WANT A RIFLE SON, BUT FIRST YOU HAVE TO FILL OUT THIS FORM. LITERACY IS A PREREQUISITE, YOU KNOW. Naval Petty Officer Jeff Ross explains the horrors of mixing firearms with "idjits" to a civilian at the Canadian Armed Forces Recruitment Centre in London.


A pleasant discovery
Serendipity is no accident

Serendipity is the making of pleasant discoveries by accident.

It may only happen once in a lifetime and when it does happen, we may not even realize fate is at work.. 

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Blues a Thanksgiving treat

The Western Mustangs football team is no longer singing the blues.. 

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