Volume 96, Issue 16
Wednesday September 25, 2002
Little Swede

Search the Archives:

PHOTO GALLERY
COMICS
SUBMIT LETTER
CONTESTS
ADVERTISING
VOLUNTEERS
ABOUT US
ARCHIVES
LINKS

TODAY'S COMIC


©Allen Chen/Gazette
CELEBRATING SUKKOT ON CAMPUS. From left to right Ariella Goodman (first-year science), Danna Lieberman (first-year scholar's electives), Dana Goldenberg (first-year social science) and Chabad Rabbi Mordechai Silverberg gather on Concrete Beach.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Surprise, surprise it's yet another kidnapping movie! Though Trapped attempts to distance itself from the traditional Hollywood kidnapping film, it fails miserably..


MORE A&E HEADLINES:

> MOVIE REVIEW: The Banger Sisters
> CD REVIEW: Lifehouse
> CD REVIEW: Noise Therapy
> CD REVIEW: Ozzfest Live 2002
> Round table discussion: Reality TV bites!


SPORTS
Mustangs show Yankees lacrosse is our game

Mustangs lacrosse is gearing up to become a force to be reckoned with.


MORE SPORTS HEADLINES:
> Shooting from the Hick: Enjoy the ride, Tiger
> Mustangs open can of whoop ass
> Sports Briefs


CAMPUS & CULTURE
NO C&C TODAY...

LAST UPDATED: Wednesday September 25, 2002 - 2:30 p.m.

Soph costs may be lowered, still face week-long sobriety

The University Students' Council is working on a new plan to lower the cost of soph fees for Western's Orientation Week leaders, focusing specifically on the uniform prices, said USC President Chris Sinal.



New year brings more skin

Brad Bloch and Adam Luck, second-year honours business administration students at the Richard Ivey School of Business, are resurrecting the "W Boys" and "W Girls" calendars for a second consecutive year, in order to raise money for charity.



Lottery winner gives to work, doesn't quit

London researcher Robert Hardie won $10 million in Lotto 6/49 this past June and decided to donate $1 million for research in prostate and other urologic cancers at the London Health Sciences Centre.



CFS sets sight on new members
CASA suggests financial woes to blame

With several membership campaigns slated to begin in the coming weeks, the Canadian Federation of Students has come under fire from critics who accuse the leftist lobby group of trying to bolster membership numbers to counter an uncertain future.



MORE NEWS HEADLINES:
> Mental patients criminalized
> Foreign students fear deportation
> News Briefs

Celebrity Sightings

Some first-year psychology students were initially confused about whether they were learning about the human mind from Western professor Mike Atkinson or Emmett "Doc" Brown. Atkinson contributed to the mass confusion when today, he rolled up to Alumni Hall in an '84 Delorean with Huey Lewis and the News blaring from the stereo. However, the case of mistaken identity was cleared up after Atkinson delivered an entire lecture without use of the phrase "Great Scott" - which incidentally we really tried not to use here, but what the hell.

© 2002 THE GAZETTE