Volume 95, Issue 25
Wednesday, October 17, 2001
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Anthrax hysteria strikes London

London has not been immune from anthrax fears, but local officials said they are prepared to deal with any possible threat.

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The world at war

United States Attorney General John Ashcroft cautioned against anthrax paranoia and promised to prosecute and punish those who fake anthrax or other terrorist attacks, as hysteria and fear continues to grip the U.S.

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ęDave Van Dyck/Gazette
BILLS, BILLS, YOU MAY ALREADY BE A WINNER, BILLS, ANTHRAX, BILLS, BILLS... Frank Dawn, a Physical Plant employee, undertook the somewhat perilous task of sorting the mail at the Services Building. Nice sortin', Frank.

'Mike the knife' cuts himself

Yesterday, Mike Harris informed the public he intends to step down as Premier of Ontario.

Depending on who you talk to, this is either a good or bad thing. But, no matter who you talk to, it seems unanimous he will leave a legacy behind.

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Unique war insight from USC GM

While NBC and CNN consult their military gurus, The Gazette has its own expert a little closer to home.

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Beth Kerim/Gazette
AT THE END OF THE DAY, IT'S ALWAYS GREAT TO CURL UP WITH A COPY OF "FILL IN THE BLANK" PORN. Although third year economics student Julie List claims she was studying at the Huron Library Tuesday, we know she was drawing in naughty bits because, well -- we helped.

Sher shares new look at historical Truscott case

On June 11, 1959, a sense of safety for Canada's youth was shattered. A girl was raped and murdered and, soon after, a boy was convicted of her murder and sentenced to hang.

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Men serving up perfection

The York University men's tennis team visited Western this past weekend and just like every other Mustang opponent this season, York emerged with a chalk mark in the loss column.

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