Volume 96, Issue 6
Friday September 6, 2002
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©Dave Van Dyck/Gazette
AFTER COUNTLESS BIRTHDAY DISAPPOINTMENTS, HE FINALLY GOT HIS SLIP AND SLIDE. Engineering soph "Cowboy," aka Jordan Davidson, proved that contrary to what Bon Jovi believes, cowboys prefer riding on make shift water slides to steel horses during Frosh Week activities on Concrete Beach.

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

A&E: stuff, things and everything else

In the Arts & Entertainment section, you guys are hereby blessed with three freaks who will be your slaves to all things fun.



MORE ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT HEADLINES:

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New A&E features!
> Five contenders: who will be the next big thing?
> 30 second to build a brand new world
> Whoa, Maggie! COLUMN: Looking for some action?
> Are you ready to laugh? Then skip fall's new shows
> A&E duke it out
> "The Rock" is back
> Movie buffs, unite! WUFS kicks off second year
> THEATRE REVIEW: The History of the Devil
> The CHRW 94.7FM Top 12 Tunes


SPORTS
Yeomen next up for improved Mustangs

It may have been Windsor and they may have had home field advantage, but anyway you slice it, the Western Mustangs football team's 52-5 victory last Monday looked quite impressive.


MORE SPORTS HEADLINES:
> Western 52, Windsor 5
> Throw me a frickin' Bone! Former QB as good as it gets
> The NFL will do what a strike could not - kill baseball
> The Gambling Man
> Athletics get redefined
> VC donates pocket change

LAST UPDATED: Friday, September 6, 2002 - 7:30 p.m.

Faculty sophs restricted from residences

Faculty sophs were left out in the cold this Orientation Week, as over half of them were forced to spend time sitting on residence doorsteps.



Man exposes himself, safety issues return

Students are asked to remain aware of campus safety issues, especially in light of a recent incident involving a man exposing himself on Western grounds.



While you were tanning: a quick review of the summer

The summer is over and that means two things school starts, and The Gazette is back on the stands. For those of you who spent the last four months in serious Gazette withdrawal, here is a recap of some of the stories that happened while you were away.



Slacktose Intolerant COLUMN: Banned from Disneyland

There exists a magical land an academic utopia, where angelic first-year students walk around clothed in white, holding hands and singing kumbaya. When they're not too busy washing one another's mouths out with soap for cussing, they like to skip rope, fly kites and drink soda pop down at the corner store.

 

MORE NEWS HEADLINES:
> Website battles crazy cheaters
> Trading spaces in the UCC: businesses play "musical chairs"
> One on one with the big guy: Q&A with President Paul Davenport
> News Briefs

CAMPUS & CULTURE
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