Volume 95, Issue 22
Thursday, October 11, 2001
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BOG hopefuls face USC

Two of the three candidates for an undergraduate student position on Western's Board of Governors participated in a forum at last night's University Students' Council meeting.

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Expert applauds American response

"Good afternoon and welcome to the war," began journalist Gwynne Dyer, speaking to a full house in the McKellar Room yesterday on the subject of the 'new war.'

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USC burns midnight oil debating student status

The USC's mandate - "run by the students, for the students" - was debated at last night's meeting.

At last night's University Students' Council meeting, a motion was brought forth to abolish the requirement that USC VPs take one half credit during their term in office.

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BOG profile: Savtaj Brar

Experience and a fresh perspective are qualities Savtaj Brar feels he can bring to the position of undergraduate student representative on the Board of Governors, if elected Oct. 17-18.

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©Dave Van Dyck/Gazette
*SCREECH* HELLO? HELLO? IS THIS THING ON? WHOA, TOUGH CROWD. Gwynne Dyer delighted hundreds in the University Comminity Centre's McKellar Room with his own brand of bittersweet comedy on Wednesday.

 

Boobs: here, there and everywhere

Hooters. Boobs. Melons. Gazungas. Tits. Honkers. Ta-Tas. Apples. Headlights. The twins.

No matter what you call them, they are still just BREASTS.

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Meatheads and golf with Lucifer in the NHL

Concussions, substance abuse, the captain of Team Canada and a Leaf team with a defence just waiting to implode. The Eastern Conference has it all – except a team that can win the Stanley Cup.

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