Volume 96, Issue 9
Thursday September 12, 2002
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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.



Waka waka waka: Here comes Sinal

University Students' Council President Chris Sinal took a few minutes out of his busy schedule yesterday to answer several meaningless questions from The Gazette.



Raspberry Beret: A dark day for democracy

Academic freedom is something that many students take for granted a freedom that has recently come under serious attack.



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