Volume 96, Issue 13
Thursday September 19, 2002
red-headed secrets

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TODAY COWBOYS, TOMORROW RODEO CLOWNS. Mark Weir and Paul Yeoman, two members of Homecoming Staff, saddle up on the Concrete Beach.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

For 19 years, a little Indian restaurant on Richmond Street has been pleasing its patrons with fine dining and friendly service. It is a cozy establishment with comfortable seating and dim lighting perfect for couples to indulge their taste buds and stimulate intimate conversation.


MORE A&E HEADLINES:

> Shukvision: Survive this: it's ba-ack - again
> CD REVIEW: The Riddlin' Kids
> Hit or Miss
> OUTSIDE THE BOX: Clash of cultures


SPORTS
Western tennis teams going for Williams-like domination

The rackets are dusted off and the tennis season is about to kick off for the Western Mustangs. We can't promise you Anna Kournikova or Patrick Rafter, but The Gazette does have the scoop on what you will see this season from the men's and women's squads down at the University Tennis Centre.


MORE SPORTS HEADLINES:
> Manville: Sorry Cory Cross - you're cut
> Purple Pipe: Eva Havaris

LAST UPDATED: Thursday September 19, 2002 - 12:30 p.m.

Open your eyes
Safety awareness is key

Nicole Nelson, VP-campus issues for the University Students' Council, is using cube-shaped paper notepads with the slogan "Love Safely; Care for your friends" as well as coasters that read "Watch your drink" as a method of raising campus awareness on sexual assault and date rape.



Queer support line aims to help student body

A new initiative by the University Students' Council will offer support for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered students.



Alumni love Western, Western loves money

Universities across the country have realized that if they do not maintain a good relationship with alumni, it can hurt their pocketbooks.



No robots, just higher tuition

The cost of a university education in Canada will balloon to $123,644 in the next 20 years, according to a recently released report.



MORE NEWS HEADLINES:
> Someone's gotta pay
> Student leaders claim recent tuition study is flawed
> USC revamps policy
> News Briefs


CAMPUS & CULTURE
What is Canadian Culture?

For this week's Campus & Culture feature, we discuss 10 of our favourite representations of Canadian culture which make our nation distinct.


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