Volume 96, Issue 75
Friday Febuary 12, 2003
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LAST UPDATED: Wednesday, February 12, 2003 - 6:30 p.m.

THE WARNING SIGN DIDN'T INCLUDE ANYTHING ABOUT BEING ATTACKED BY VIOLENT SNOW BEASTS. Much like the Empire, winter struck back yesterday with a vengeance, making Western's campus resemble planet Hoth more than London.

Photo by: Beth Kerim/Gazette

Mustangs annihilate Laurier

JOE KNOWS HOCKEY. LAURIER KNOWS LOSING. Mustangs forward Joe Talbot skates past a helpless Laurier defenceman who kept whispering to himself, "the horror, the horror."

Photo by: Lennie Kwan/Gazette

Volleyballers left out in the cold

I BELIEVE I CAN FLY, I BELIEVE I CAN KILL THIS BALL. A Western volleballer gives her rendition of the Shine-O Ball-O. The ball was not amused.

Photo by: Beth Kerim/Gazette

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