Volume 96, Issue 14
Friday September 20, 2002
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©Allen Chen/Gazette
IT'S A GOOD THING I CAN USE THE FORCE, 'CAUSE I CAN'T SEE A DAMN THING IN THIS HELMET. Two members of Western's Aikido club, which has always placed more of an emphasis on swords than members of the IKEA club, sparred on Concrete Beach Thursday.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Ah, the Emmys. Some will win, some will lose, some will get their egos bruised. Some will smile, some will cry, some will get cut off by the orchestra because they just keep going on and on during their acceptance speech like people watching actually give a damn about them thanking their hairdresser or their cousin Jethro back home. Ahem. Anyway, on to the preview..


MORE A&E HEADLINES:

> Local Spotlight #2: Bryan Pole
> Angry band plays for Tent City
> Corduroy: still a few wrinkles to work out
> 12 Questions: Sanseiru
> CD REVIEW: Audiochrome
> Enrique: he's latin-licious
> Movie Listings


SPORTS
Western versus McMaster - what more could you ask for?

It's going to be an emotional return for former Mustangs great and current head coach of the McMaster University football team Greg Marshall, as his team rolls into TD Waterhouse Stadium this weekend for the Homecoming classic.


MORE SPORTS HEADLINES:
> Honouring part of the Mustang family
> Old Guard: Big shot Stephen Brunt
> Small town boy makes good
> Clay Warner will warm your innards
> Richter the "King Kong" of defensive lineman
> Western soccer's little Italy
> The Gambling Man
> Round Table Discussion
> Big, bad, baseball player gets beat up by wife

LAST UPDATED: Friday September 20, 2002 - 4:00 p.m.

Banning of "free speech" at Concordia U?

Concordia University's Board of Governors have introduced a controversial "cooling-off" plan to deal with Israeli-Palestinian issues, effectively banning all public meetings, speeches and information distribution on its campus regarding the Middle East conflict.



SATIRE - Your future: Dairy Queen or Evil Empire?

Homecoming Weekend has brought proud Western alumni of all ages back to their alma mater.

A major attraction for the coming weekend is the football game on Saturday, followed by a victory party that usually extends throughout downtown London.



She loves dank and thinks you should too

Who wouldn't love an old lady who knows how to use a dildo?

Hundreds of Western students packed The Wave yesterday as the infamous Sue Johanson entertained them with her own hilarious brand of sexual education.



Communities built without Noah

A new university task force will be looking into ways to reform faculties and build a strong academic community.

The recently formed President's Academic Communities Task Force is seeking to discover the key to building strong academic communities, said University Students' Council President Chris Sinal.



MORE NEWS HEADLINES:
> The week in review through the eyes of a righty
> Quebec tuition rates discriminatory
> News Briefs
> Smoker of the Week


CAMPUS & CULTURE
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