Volume 95, Issue 61
Tuesday, January 22, 2002
crash-o-rama
 
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UWO washrooms used for sex romps
Website identifies rendezvous sites

According to a website, several locations around London –including on on-campus– are popular sites for public sex between men.

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Homeless vs. cops in rumble

Police and homelessness advocates were involved in a skirmish Saturday morning at the Unity Project, a renovated storage area that has been turned into a temporary home for residents of last summer's Tent City.

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Chapters: hates Hitler and campus bookstores

The fear that Indigo Books & Music is preparing to steamroll its way into campus bookstores has prompted a number of Canadian colleges and universities to file a complaint with the federal competition bureau.

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Protesting on the weekend is so not cool

After taking the weekend off, the Coalition Against Deregulation is again camping in the principal's office at Queen's University.

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"DUE PROCESS IS OUR CONCERN." Residents of the Unity Project react to Saturday's three arrests following a struggle with London Police. From left, Dan Anderson, Ron Sinnamon, Marjorie Facey and Cecil Cross.

 


Universal appeal among the chaos of Mogadishu


War! Huh, what is it good for?

Making movies.

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Mustang women making waves
Swim meet brings mixed results

The air was thick with humidity and the smell of chlorine as the Western Mustangs swim team split a pair of meets with the Waterloo Warriors in their home pool on Friday night.

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