Volume 96, Issue 8
Wednesday September 11, 2002

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Memorials

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: 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


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.



The USC gets its own Ally:
Could mean elimination of student position


The hiring of a lawyer by the University Students' Council could lead to the elimination of a position held by a student official.

 


City smog - it sure ain't fun

After a week of poorer than normal air quality, relief is here for the Forest City.



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