Volume 95, Issue 58
Wednesday, January 16, 2002
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Three's company...
Frat boy and Zoo soph join Sinal in race for presidency

Two more University Students' Council presidential hopefuls publicly announced their intentions of running in the upcoming election yesterday.

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Gazette Investigation: A council in disarray

A series of internal Social Science Students' Council e-mails obtained by The Gazette paint the picture of a council falling into complete disarray.

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Library fines are like nose bleeds

Several students are being caught off-guard by new Western library fine policies.

Last July, Western Libraries changed their loan period from 28 to 14 days and instituted a fine of 50 cents per day for overdue books, leaving some students with unexpected bills.

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Golden hippies still camping in principal's office

Students protesting the possible deregulation of tuition at Queen's University may have to change their plan of action by the end of the week if progress is to be made on the issue.

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ęDave Van Dyck/Gazette
THESE GUYS LOVE MAGIC TRICKS, GOOD THING THEY'RE NOT USING THEIR BOB SAGET NUDIE DECK. These two men were so magical that the names they gave to our photographer just disappeared -- along with his wallet, which was stolen from him while distracted by their performance
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The Shipping News: warm fuzzies in Newfoundland


You are a lost soul trying to find your place in the world – a place where you are loved, respected and happy. Quite simply, you are looking for a peaceful place to call home.

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Golden Hawks feast on 'Stangs
Injury-riddled Mustangs ballers take a hit

Injury and illness plagued the Western Mustangs women's basketball team last Saturday, as they lost to the Laurier Golden Hawks.

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