Volume 96, Issue 15
Tuesday September 24, 2002
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WE CAN ONLY ASSUME THIS MANEUVER IS CALLED "THE HELICOPTER." Homecoming festivities were evident all over campus on Saturday, including Western's cheerleaders doing their thing at the football game.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Watching The Four Feathers is the cinematic equivalent of receiving a huge box on your birthday, wrapped in shiny paper and sealed with a big red bow. At first sight you think "oooh, ahhh," but upon looking inside, you find there's not much there.


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> Versus pits IKEA against Pisaro
> MOVIE REVIEW: Ballistic: Ecks vs. Sever
> BOOK REVIEW: Dead As I'll Ever Be
> CD REVIEW: Kelly Clarkson
> CD REVIEW: Daniel Bedingfield


SPORTS
Blocked conversion costs Mustangs Homecoming win

The Marauders defeated the Mustangs 38-37 at TD Waterhouse Stadium on Saturday afternoon in a roller-coaster affair even a Playstation 2 Theme Park lackey couldn't envision.


MORE SPORTS HEADLINES:
> Mustangs swat the Varsity Blues, but lose to York
> Getting it done through the air
> Rugby rivalry ends in tie

LAST UPDATED: Tuesday September 24, 2002 - 3:30 p.m.

Tories questioned on BOG makeup

Concerns over student representation on Western's Board of Governors emerged last week when a pair of Ontario cabinet ministers visited Western.



Don't finish your vegetables

Thousands of London residents, including some Western students, have been vaccinated against hepatitis A after an employee at Sobeys grocery store, formerly IGA, on the corner of Fanshawe Park Road and Adelaide Street was diagnosed with the virus last week.



SERT brings safety, without minty flavour

Not a lot may be known about them, but the Student Emergency Response Team is usually the first on site for any on-campus emergency.



Business fat cats not so fat

A recently released study suggests that a Masters Business Administration degree does not result in an average starting salary higher than that of other Masters graduates.




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> Drunks and terrible nudity
> Get a haircut, real job
> News Briefs



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