November 11, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 40  

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NEWS

Western maintains solid Maclean's rank

Another year, another university report from Maclean’s magazine; and again, another shared bronze medal for Western.


Lest we forget the meaning of the day

As a time to honour those who fought for freedom and peace, Remembrance Day also serves as a reminder of just how lucky the current generation of students are to have been spared the horrors of war at the level they once were.


This day in history

Three years ago yesterday, the behemoth of a blunder and the frightful failure known as Operation Massive bullied its way into Western and our innocent lives, only to lose over $30,000 with its party promises and leave everyone feeling like an overused rectal probe.


A Wish List of criminal activity

For at least one weekend, the Western community was a little quieter than usual; whether the quietness was due to exams, essays or the king of crime-prevention itself, the Santa Claus parade, it is still up in the air.


News Briefs

> Prof. Vance says remember to remember
> Frat boys to flash for cash: oglers welcome
> Good-bye post-partum pounds!
> Copy centre relocates - lazy kids to fail

 

 

 

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