Volume 96, Issue 8
Wednesday September 11, 2002

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Photo by: Jeff Pitcher
MEMORIES OF A TRAGEDY. A New York City memorial pays testament to the innocent victims of last Sept.11 attacks on the World Trade Center.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
12 Questions with Carolyn Mark

Carolyn Mark spoke to The Gazette from a truck stop in Medicine Hat, Alberta to answer our 12 Questions.



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SPORTS
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LAST UPDATED: Wednesday, September 11, 2002 - 11:30 a.m.

Stranger in a strange land

To be a stranger in a strange land is an eerie feeling, especially when that strange land is the land of my birth.



More September 11 Remembered columns

Featuring columns from distinguished members of the Western academic community, as well as the story of a Western student who took part in the clean-up of Ground Zero.


Canadians complacent to potential attack

One year after the most horrendous attack in recent North American history, many Canadians still have terrorism on their minds.



Looking back on London, post Sept.11

Although hardly a day has passed over the last year without mention of Sept. 11 in the news, this week particularly today marks a time to look back on the aftermath of the attacks on the United States.



In the eyes of a Muslim woman at Western

September 11 impacted every student at Western. One of these was Sarrah Lawendy, a second-year master's student in the faculty of education and senior advisor of the Muslim Students' Association. She spoke with The Gazette about the events of that day and how it affected her, a Muslim woman.

 

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