Volume 96, Issue 11
Tuesday May 17, 2002
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©Beth Kerim/Gazette
DEEP IN THE SHADOWS OF WESTERN THE BOGEYMEN/WOMEN COME TOGETHER. Clubs Week will run for the remainder of the week on the Concrete Beach and inside the UCC - provided nothing scary happens.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

MOVIE REVIEW: Stealing Harvard

A letter to our friend Jason Lee

Dear Jason,

It's been a while since we last talked and obviously things aren't for the better. Have you been having problems at home? Did you lose your money in WorldCom stock? Something must be wrong, otherwise you wouldn't be appearing in a third-rate movie like Stealing Harvard.



MORE ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT HEADLINES:

> TRAILER REVIEW: The Transporter
> MOVIE REVIEW: One Hour Photo
> Where's Chip?: Mainstream punk?
> CD REVIEW: Jimmy Fallon
> CD REVIEW: The Derek Trucks Band
> CD REVIEW: Vex Red


SPORTS
Mustangs boot their way to a clean sweep

The Western Mustangs men's soccer team snagged a sweep this weekend as they defeated the Laurentian Voyageurs 2-1 on Saturday and the Nipissing Lakers 4-2 on Sunday, with both games being played at TD Waterhouse Stadium.


MORE SPORTS HEADLINES:
> Manville: Pump up the jam
> Nipissing Lakers need soccer equivalent of Shaq
> Returning the favour

LAST UPDATED: Tuesday September 17, 2002 - 12:30 p.m.

Advertising in UCC
Politicos ink corporate deal

Corporate advertising at Western is going to be appearing in a new and more obvious package in the University Community Centre within the next month.


Campus crime: the numbers game

While it is important to feel secure and safe on campus, a lack of standardization for university crime statistics can be misleading for prospective students.



UBC students to sue university

A lawsuit has been filed against the University of British Columbia by 10 MBA students after their tuition fees were quadrupled.



Housing plentiful

While it may be a problem in other cities, a housing shortage might not be coming for students in the Forest City.



MORE NEWS HEADLINES:
> Ontario volunteers court disaster
> Students leaving provincial nest?
> Bikes love being stolen
> News Briefs


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