Volume 95, Issue 14
Tuesday, September 25, 2001
 
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Psychic: Davenport was reincarnated

He sat like a wise, smiling grandfather. However, a quick glance of the crowded bookshelves behind him – filled with dozens of books on the occult – made you realize this was not an ordinary old man.

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MD exit leaves children at risk

London's only pediatric cardiac surgeon is leaving Ontario for what he believes to be greener, better funded pastures.

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PEOPLE WITH GLASS STONES SHOULDN'T THROW HOUSES. The Gazette's own seer of seers, Psychic Bob, holds a crystal ball, the standard-issue equipment of psychic investigation everywhere.


Dion says Liberals love Ontario loyalty

Loyalty was the topic of the day last Friday when Stephane Dion took the podium.

Canada's Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs and president of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada, spoke to a packed room in a lecture sponsored by the faculty of law's Distinguished Speaker's series.

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Fancy new job program fails to impress Ivey folks

The federal government has launched a new recruiting campaign designed to make itself more attractive to job-seeking students across the country.

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Randy's revolution not to be televised

After talking with Johan Brandstrom, vocalist and guitarist for Swedish punk band Randy, it doesn't take long to realize this is a band with a message. 

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Marauders lay the s-mac-down


When it rains, it pours.

The Western Mustangs football team was unable to stop the bleeding, as the McMaster Marauders used a four minute stretch in the third quarter to blow open Saturday's showdown in Hamilton and triumph 48-10.

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