Volume 95, Issue 10
Thursday, September 20, 2001
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Twelve months of Mustang vanity
Davenport for Mr. November?

Western "boys and girls" are being selectively invited to show some skin for charity in two student-organized, pin-up style calendars.

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UWO and USC battle for prime parking

Students who have been circling campus each day in hopes of finding a parking space might just as well keep on circling.

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PARKING SERVICES DISPLAYS THEIR NEON "FULL" SIGN ONCE AGAIN. DESPITE THE NUMBER OF CARS IN THE LOT, WHAT THEY ARE FULL OF REMAINS A QUESTION. Parking Services' Sgt. McAleer stands sentry filling Western's coffers with fresh booty

Tragedy kills the radio star?

While many American radio stations have altered programming content in light of recent events in New York, Canadian stations have chosen, for the most part, not to mirror the actions of their neighbours.

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Virus constipates computers

What appears to be one of the worst computer viruses Western has been hit by in recent past reared its ugly head on campus late Tuesday morning.

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Nothing this Wright could possibly be Wrong

Recording songs originally performed by other artists is a musical tradition – the ultimate way to pay homage to one's influences.

Kingston-based group Luther Wright and The Wrongs have done things a little bit differently, and instead of recording just a single cover song, the bluegrass band has re-recorded Pink Floyd's seminal album The Wall in it's entirety. 

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Lesser knowns make gains

As the leaves continue to turn, more and more Western varsity teams are springing into action. Although some of these teams' exploits are carefully chronicled and talked about on campus, other squads have the tendency to fade to the back despite great achievements. 

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