Volume 95, Issue 10
Tuesday, September 18, 2001

 
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Bomb threat directed at Western.
London international airport also targeted

The possibility of suspicious packages being en route to Western prompted London Police to issue an alert to students, staff and faculty yesterday.

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ŠPDave VanDyck/Gazette
CUTTING THE RIBBON TO OPEN A SECOND OFFICE. University Students' Council President Mike Lawless, right, cut the ribbon yesterday to formally open The Front, the USC's new space on the ground floor of the University Community Centre.

Terrorism: what should we tell the children?

In the aftermath of the tragic events of Sept. 11, London professionals are offering advice to parents about what to tell the children.

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UWO clubs pissed at "half"-assed deal

The University Community Centre atrium got cozy yesterday as 124 different student groups squeezed in to kick-off the University Students' Council's clubs week.

"This is the most [clubs] we've ever had at one time," said VP-student affairs Wes Brown. "The only way to make sure everyone fit was to share tables."

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Old idea, same story for USC

The University Students' Council put portions of a failed presidential campaign and weeks of planning into practice with the opening of a new information center, The Front, Monday morning.

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The new Plan calls for an ass kickin' good time

Layaway Plan is one band that fits snugly into almost all of the stereotypes surrounding Canadian Indie artists.

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Fumbles mar Mustang victory over Laurier

It was the day of the butter fingers.

In a game where seemingly every player was unwilling to take ownership of the football, the Western Mustangs rode their defense to a 35-10 victory over the Laurier Golden Hawks Saturday at TD Waterhouse Stadium.

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