Volume 95, Issue 55
Thursday, January 10 , 2002
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Baxter and Rafiq survive crucial vote Impeachment motion defeated

By a vote of 22-6, the Social Science Students' Council defeated a motion last night that would have set in motion the wheels of impeachment for president Duane Baxter and VP-finance Owais Rafiq.

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Kids love piercing, hate infections

According to a new study, most American undergraduate students are pierced, but for more than one in five of those students, piercing results in skin infections, bleeding or torn flesh.

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More student housing, but at what cost?

It may be easier for future Western students to find a place to live in London, but rent will not necessarily be any more student-friendly.

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SSSC still suffering budget blues

Next year's Social Science Students' Council could be short over $5,000 if funds cannot be found to cover the current debt.

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WE WON'T GET A SPEEDING TICKET, I HAVE A MEDIC ALERT BRACELET THAT SAYS "NEED FOR SPEED."  George Rodrigues (left) and Steve Rodrigues of G.R. Masonry consider joy riding while working on a new apartment building along Western Road.

The Gazette's ultimate guide to addictions


Everyone has them, but few truly admit it. They are our worst weaknesses, our intimate desires and our most shameful secrets.

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Happy New Year... except in Guelph
Gryphons struggle in 'whole new ball game'

What a difference a year makes.

The Guelph Gryphons women's basketball team was among the cream of the crop in Ontario University Athletics hoops last year, compiling a 20-1 regular season record and losing in the OUA West semifinal.

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