Volume 96, Issue 9
Thursday September 12, 2002
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A SALUTE TO INNOCENCE LOST. First-year library studies graduate students Jessica McEwan (left) and Joanne Loui walk below the Canadian flag, which hung at half mast yesterday at University College to pay homage to the victims of Sept.11.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Next stop: good eatin' at the Keg

If there's one thing every warm blooded carnivore craves, it's a big juicy steak. The sirloin is sacred to most meat eaters and is the reason why most of us shun the idea of ever becoming vegetarians.



MORE ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT HEADLINES:

> Where's Chip?: An ode to the Office
> CD REVIEW: Brad - Welcome to Discovery Park
> CD REVIEW: Warsawpack - Gross Domestic Product
> CD REVIEW: Operation Makeout - Hang Loose


SPORTS
Snelgrove's the man with all the information

Brian Snelgrove has been hired as Western's new sports media relations director, assuming control from Kim Moser who formerly held the position. Moser departs today for York University to become the communications and promotions officer for athletics and recreation


MORE SPORTS HEADLINES:
> Lord of the Pipe
> Purple Pipe: Nathan Weiss
> Them's the breaks: No balls in baseball

LAST UPDATED: Thursday, September 12, 2002 - 12:30 p.m.

USC plots course
Good ship Sinal sets sail

The University Students' Council have announced their initiatives for the coming school year, including a plan to increase the sense of community on campus, with an emphasis on the bond between academic communities.



Pigs treat diabetes, still can't fly

A Western researcher is attempting to find a new treatment for Type 1 (juvenile) diabetes which utilizes the transplant of pig organs.



You mean Barbie didn't have a job?

While first-year students enter the university classroom, professors all across North America are home studying how they can relate to the younger generation.



Western battles rainbow

The battle for cheap cinema rages on, as Western Film and Rainbow Cinemas vie for economical movie supremacy.



MORE NEWS HEADLINES:
> Waka waka waka: Here comes Sinal
> Raspberry Beret: A dark day for democracy
> News Briefs

CAMPUS & CULTURE
GROW YOUR OWN BEER
... and 5 other wonderful things to do with empties

It's only one week into school, but already your collection of empty beer bottles has reached an impressive number (last week's house party might be partly to blame for this).

We've come up with some creative things to do with your stack of empties. Not only will these innovative creations save you precious space, but who knows, you might find they come in handy too.

 

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