Volume 95, Issue 10
Tuesday, September 18, 2001
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No Sweat! Students sew for a cause

Sweatshop conditions and scissors poised to cut off clothing labels met Western students on the concrete beach yesterday.

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Locals fear planes, love trains

Tragedy for some translates into increased revenues for others. As airlines in Canada struggle to merely survive, Canadian rail and road travel is on the rise.

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EVER WONDER WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU DON'T PAY YOUR TUITION? Oxfam, along with Students Against Sweatshops sewed the seeds of discontent in regards to substandard labour policy Thursday on the concrete beach.

 

Contentious debate in BOG

Western's proposed strategic plan – a document outlining the university's future goals – came under fire by one of Canada's top executives yesterday.

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Q&A with MSA president


In an interview with The Gazette, Khurram Khan, president of the Western Muslim Students' Association, responded to a number of questions relating to issues that have arisen in the Islamic community following the Sept. 11 attacks on the United States.

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Women share A Room of One's Own

"I would like to go on" is something Kelli Fox doesn't usually say.

Last season however, that quickly changed while Fox was understudying Pamela Rabe as Virginia Woolf in the Shaw Festival's acclaimed production of A Room of One's Own.

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 Mustangs look to steady the ship

After a lopsided loss to McMaster in Hamilton last week, Western's gridiron warriors hope coming home will cure what ails them. 

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