November 19, 2003  
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Rachel Cartwright /Gazette
HOPEFULLY SHE LIKES WHAT SHE SEES. Social science student Sandra Rumbold checks herself out in the mirror on Tuesday.

Wet/Dry Program in perma-limbo

Minors craving a good time at Western’s on-campus bars during the evening will just have to wait — and at this rate, likely until they’re 19.

Bar say smoking bylaw hurts

Local London smokers may be annoyed by recent bylaws banning smoking in public places, but some London businesses, particularly downtown bars, are more than just annoyed — they’re losing money.

Policy passes w/ concern

A new discrimination policy has been approved by Western’s Senate and will be headed to the Board of Governors for ratification, despite some fears the policy could threaten academic freedom at the university.

Liberals to give boost to minimum wage

A campaign promise made by the Ontario Liberal government to raise the minimum wage is rumoured to be included in tomorrow’s throne speech, which would effectively clear its way for implementation.

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Rachel Cartwright/Gazette
MAXIN’ AND RELAXIN’. Third-year art history and French student Geddesa Mahabir spends her Tuesday afternoon studying on a comfy couch in the John Labatt Visual Arts Centre.
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