Volume 95, Issue 80
Wednesday, March 6, 2002
We'll miss you Bobby K
 
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Fifteen seek seat on S.S. Sinal
USC VP-elections set for March 16

Just as the unbridled excitement of the University Students' Council presidential election started to wane, another pending election could rekindle the flame.

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"Thank you, with your help I'm free"

With a big "thank you Canada" sign in hand, Falun Gong practitioner Shengli Lin visited Western's Amnesty International group on Monday to show his appreciation for support that helped lead to his release from a Chinese labour camp.

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Rock lays smack down on 'crummy' facilities

Federal Industry Minister Allan Rock announced a much-needed cash infusion of $7.6 million for research at Western during a campus visit last Friday.

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Ally McBeal influence felt in law schools

Canadian women entering the legal profession now outnumber their male counterparts according to statistics released after the nation's newest lawyers were called to the Bar at a ceremony in Ottawa in mid-February.

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©Niru Somayajula/Gazette
HE'S NOT GETTING HIS BLOOD TYPE TESTED - IT'S THE NEWEST FORM OF EXTREME ROCK, PAPER, SCISSORS. Second-year Physics student Julien Saad gets his blood type tested by Canadian Blood Services Tuesday.

 


Amanda Marshall's got a story for you


"To those people [who criticize me], get off your ass and make a record," challenges Amanda Marshall.

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From "uh-oh" to the OUAs
Western eludes the Wolves' grasp


Clichés make the sporting world go 'round, so forgive the Western men's hockey team if they're uttering a few "when it rains, it pours" around campus.

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