Volume 95, Issue 29
Wednesday, October 24, 2001
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Western uses web to battle plagiarism
UWO hunting for cheetahs

Western, along with several other Canadian universities, has subscribed to an electronic database that can automatically detect signs of plagiarism.

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ęDave Van Dyck/Gazette
A REAL LIFE HERO. Eighty-year-old Fred Doroshenko, a World War II veteran, smiles for the camera at the Byron-Springbank Royal Canadian Legion Branch No. 533. Doroshenko participated in the Canadian raid on Dieppe on August 19, 1942 - he was 20-years-old at the time.

New war stirs bad memories

Sharing a drink with friends and fellow war veterans, Fred Doroshenko, 80, finds it difficult to talk about the war in Afghanistan.

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CBC radio to play student's essay

Obnoxious boys have vaulted a Western student from the anonymity of cyberspace to the prominence of national radio.

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The world at war

Anthrax hysteria reached America's highest office Tuesday when the potentially lethal bacteria was discovered at an off-site mail-screening facility for the White House.

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Farrah Yip/Gazette

"SO THEN, ONE RACCOON SAYS TO THE OTHER, 'YOU KNOW WHAT'S IN HOTDOGS? LIPS AND ASSHOLES." First-year engineering students Dajana Babic and Francis Bevan relived a scene from The Great Outdoors on the concrete beach Tuesday.

This movie a hell of a ripping good time

Chances are, From Hell isn't what you think it is.

After watching the previews for the new Jack the Ripper thriller, you may have a few expectations.

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Mustangs undefeated

The Western women's soccer team wrapped up their season on the weekend with convincing wins at Waterloo on Saturday and at home Sunday, against Brock.

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