Volume 95, Issue 83
Tuesday, March 12, 2002
Bottleneck part deux
 
Search the Archives:


VP forum allows for schmooze-fest

The University Students' Council vice-presidential candidates stepped up in the University Community Centre atrium yesterday to answer questions from the Western community.

full story...

 

Raging storm flattens Forest City

Trees may be an environmentalist's best friend, but they were the Forest City's worst enemy when this weekend's storm caused a number of them to fall, causing power outages and havoc around London and the Western community.

full story...

 

Cabbies endangered: drivers beaten and robbed

It was not a good week for London cabbies as they had to endure more than the usual alcohol-induced spewing and sex romps in the backseat.

full story...



Negotiations begin in Dalhousie strike

The end of Dalhousie University's faculty strike could be in sight as both sides returned to the bargaining table in Halifax yesterday.

full story...

 

 


©Laurren Starr/Gazette
NEW FOX TV SPECIAL - WHEN SQUIRRELS GAIN WEIGHT. Western staff member Julie Ashford inspects a fallen tree on Middlesex Drive Monday.

 


Men with Brooms will sweep you off your seat


At first glance, it seems doubtful a story about curling could keep an audience's attention, but Men with Brooms succeeds by mixing quirky humour and typical Canadian stereotypes with a little bit of love on the side.

full story...


Western 'Peaks' some interest

When opportunity knocks, Western Mustangs men's basketball guard Adam Peaker is around to open the door.

full story...