Volume 95, Issue 16
Thursday, September 27, 2001
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Western tested World Trade Center

The windiest place at Western has a special connection to the World Trade Center.

A mock-up model of the WTC was one of the first structures to be tested at Western's Boundary Layer Wind Tunnel Laboratory, a centre that tests models of buildings, bridges and other structures, said Tom Edey, director of operations.

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Homers come home for Homecoming

It's Homecoming time again at Western and this year's theme of Mardi Gras promises to make festivites bigger and better than ever.

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ęDave Van Dyck/Gazette
I LOVE DANK. I LOVE IT. I LOVE IT. I LOVE IT. Sue Johanson was in The Wave Wednesday talking about everything from naughty bits to hiding the salami with the uninformed and curious alike.

Rez chaos: Outcasts still waiting for rooms

The residence chaos some first-year students were greeted by during Orientation week is slowly being resolved.

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'Forgotten purple' find home with USC

The University Students' Council's first posted motion of the year ended with a vote in favour of creating a new First-Year Off-Campus councillor position.

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After all these years, Emo is still breaking hearts

Are you tired of the same old comedians? Are you looking for something new and exciting?

Look no further.

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Balls, birdies and bodyslams
Western sports swinging into action

As promised last week, here is the sequel to the fall sports preview for some of the teams on campus that don't always get the exposure they deserve.

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