Volume 95, Issue 11
Wednesday, September 19, 2001
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Londoners rally for peace

Peace, love and community support were the main themes expressed at a rally held Tuesday morning in front of the London Islamic School.

Approximately 300-400 people attended the event, referred to by organizer Carolyn Wideman as a "peace stand" in the wake of last week's attack on the United States.

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ęDave Van Dyck/Gazette
Crime scene investigators from the London Police are shown at the scene of an overnight assault A 25-year-old male was taken to London Health Sciences Centre with serious injuries. The crime took place Tuesday around 2:30 a.m. near Wonderland and Southdale roads.

Games hit too close to home

Many video and computer game makers have altered or postponed their releases as a result of the events of Sept. 11.

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USC loyalty causes confusion

While some students may have been confused at first by the University Students' Council's incentive cards, USC retailers are hoping they'll soon start swiping.

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OUSA puts student face to student debt

The Ontario Undergraduate Students Alliance recently kicked-off their fall campaign, "Back to School, Back to Debt," in hopes of relieving student debt.

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Big Wreck enjoys the greedy pleasures of fame

Big Wreck bassist Dave Henning is on the phone, somewhere in the Maritimes, heading towards Ontario.

Returning to The Wave tonight after a two year absence, Big Wreck is ready to rock 'n roll with a new album and a bigger sound. Henning invites everyone to join him and the rest of the band (which includes Ian Thornley, Forrest Williams and Brian Doherty) for a great show. 

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Ruggers give boot to U of T

Beneath a glorious Sunday afternoon sun, the Western women's rugby team recorded a resounding victory over their counterparts from the University of Toronto by a score of 35-0 

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