Volume 95, Issue 19
Wednesday, October 3, 2001
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Code worries campus groups

Student clubs and councils across campus might want to double check with Western's administration to see if their social events meet the school's approval.

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JAVA!? THIS IS THE WORST COFFEE MACHINE EVER!! Greg McQueen, a fourth-year administrative and commercial studies student became flustered at a Java station's caffeine dispensing, or lack thereof.

Like porn, university now online

Thirteen universities from across Canada are trying to prove to students there is more to the Internet than porn, Star Trek and urban myths.

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UCC forum sheds light on Islam

Western students got an important wake-up call yesterday at a lecture presented by the Muslim Students' Association.

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A beginners guide to university bigwigs

In light of the ongoing election campaigns for student positions on BOG and Senate, here is a primer on what these two governing bodies are and what they do for you. 

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Wright does writing thing


When Ronald Wright puts out a book, it seems he can't go wrong.

Currently on tour promoting his latest novel, Henderson's Spear, the Canadian author has returned from Ottawa and is en route to London for tonight's reading at the central branch of the London Public Library. 

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