Volume 96, Issue 19
Tuesday October 1, 2002
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LAST UPDATED: Tuesday October 1, 2002 - 5:30 p.m.

Student to battle minister

Deb Matthews, a Western student and former faculty member, successfully won the nomination for the provincial Liberal party in the riding of London North Centre on Friday.



Provincial figures wonky: double cohort underestimated

The Ontario government admits it may have underestimated the number of students graduating high school in time for next year's double cohor.



Wheels go round, bodies get "smooshed"

If you're given the choice of searching for a needle in a haystack or a seat on a city bus – take the haystack.



Government fails to crown education

It was all pomp and ceremony at the nation's capital yesterday, as Canada's Governor General delivered the speech from the throne.



MORE NEWS HEADLINES:
> Drunk tank welcomes Western student
> Feds: it ain't easy being green
> News Briefs

©Allen Chen/Gazette
FINALLY, OPERATION MASSIVE CAUGHT UP TO USC PRESIDENT CHRIS SINAL. No, Sinal was not being dragged away by police for blowing $30,000. He was, however involved in a mock demonstration about the potential harm of drinking and driving Monday on Concrete Beach.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

The opening night of Noel Coward's Blithe Spirit saw fantastic performances from the entire cast. Most notably, they all managed to pull off British accents that sounded neither forced nor fake – a tough challenge for even the most experienced actors.


MORE A&E HEADLINES:

> MOVIE REVIEW: Sweet Home Alabama
> MOVIE REVIEW: The Tuxedo
> CD REVIEW: Dave Pirner
> CD REVIEW: Disturbed

SPORTS

Engineers can't play football
Mustangs get win over Warriors

The University of Waterloo: home to engineers, future Microsoft cronies, and the latest victim of the Mustangs' football team.


MORE SPORTS HEADLINES:
> MLB playoffs finally here
> Soccer reigns supreme at Western
> Cabbies going to school

CAMPUS & CULTURE
No C&C today...


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