Volume 96, Issue 7
Tuesday September 10, 2002
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September 11

London Fanshawe Symphonic Chorus: ceremony begins at 8:46 a.m. at Centennial Hall for an hour-long musical tribute.

London Fire Services: service begins at 10:05 a.m. with a bell ringing ceremony at Central Fire Hall

Lighting the Path to Peace: service runs between midnight on Sept. 10 until midnight Sept. 11 at the Colborne Street United Church.

-Information obtained from London City Hall


LAST UPDATED: Tuesday, September 10, 2002 - 1:30 p.m.

Tragedy befalls professor: Western academic dies in plane crash

It is a sad time in the Western community, as staff and students mourn the loss of Dr. Sandy Kirkley.

Labatt taps out: No longer served in USC bars

Back in May and June of this year, a decision was made by management of The Wave and The Spoke to pull Labatt products off the taps at the two establishments. In turn, this leaves Molson as the most tapped beer company at both bars.

O-Week come and gone

While Western was forced to endure some criminal activity during this year's Orientation Week, virtually all of the organizers considered it a great success.

Smoking bylaw defeated in court

Smokers of London can rejoice, but not for long.

Last week, less than a year since its enactment, London's anti-smoking bylaw was defeated in court.

Urinating bullies run rampant

While Frosh Week drew to a close without major incident, the week was not without minor disturbances.


Do you believe in life after plastic surgery? - London gets Cher

If you thought superstars were oblivious to London, think again Cher will be making a stop at the new John Labatt Centre.

Slacktose Intolerant COLUMN: You don't count the dead when God's on your side

This summer, as I heard rock's aging troubadour croon these lyrics to a captive audience at Toronto's Molson Amphitheatre, I realized how little has changed since the era in which they were written.

"Funshawe" packs 'em in: Enrollment higher than Western

For the first time in recent history, first-year enrollment is higher at Fanshawe College than at Western.

West Nile virus arrives in London

West Nile virus has been detected in mosquitoes in the London area, according to Jim Reffle, director of Environmental Health Services at the Middlesex-London Health Unit.

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