Volume 95, Issue 86
Friday, March 15, 2002
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Tories plot to infiltrate student government

The provincial Tories are mounting a province wide campaign to fill student governments across Ontario with young conservatives, The Gazette has learned.

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HIV discoverer sees hope

One of the co-discoverers of the HIV virus visited the London Health Sciences Centre yesterday to present his alternative ideas on long-term HIV survival.

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St. Patty's more than beer. Right?

As local pubs prepare for the drunken onslaught of St. Patrick's Day this Sunday, few understand the day is about far more than leprechauns and green beer.

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Queen's Park doles out mad cash

Western researchers have received a funding boost of more than $9.8 million from the provincial government, following an announcement yesterday at a conference on campus.

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SHE LIKED THE LONG BOMBS - THAT WAY, SHE COULD WATCH THE BOY'S BUMS IN TIGHT FOOTBALL PANTS. First-year honours business administration student Shauna Waltman enjoys a game of football outside the University Community Centre Thursday.

Lowest of the Low begins rise back to the top

Ron Hawkins – lead singer, guitarist and principal songwriter for the once more reunited Lowest Of The Low – has an unsettling memory of London.

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Knights get new digs: OHL hockey moves downtown

The London Knights are movin' on up to the east side – well, actually the north side.

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