Volume 95, Issue 7
Wednesday, September 12, 2001

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Students react with shock and fear

For many Western students, the terrorist attacks that hit the United States yesterday also hit home.

In the University Community Centre, students congregated around television sets to watch live broadcasts of the events. Many feared for family members living and working in areas where the attacks took place.

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ęBeth Kerim/Gazette
"I FEEL LIKE I'M IN A MOVIE," said Daphne Voinsekos, a second-year science student. Daphne was one among many students who sat awestruck in the UCC, watching the tragedy that unfolded yesterday in the U.S.

Professors warn of American revenge

In the wake of yesterday's stunning destruction, Western's academic community urged extreme caution in the pending reactions of the American public, its government and the global community at large.

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London Scrambles

The Western community worked to respond quickly and calmly to students' needs following yesterday's terrorist attacks in the northeastern United States.

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Spoke's resident folkie

Rick McGhie is the Queen Bee at The Spoke hive. He nourishes the appetites of students and could easily be considered the welcome wagon for new students over the past 25 years.

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Field hockey ready to rock hard and roll fast

People say you have to take advantage of your youth. The Western field hockey team are doing their best to comply with this age-old adage.

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