November 26, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 49  

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NEWS

Queer event spurs dispute among gays

Recent controversy within Western's gay community has forced a queer campus organization to indefinitely postpone an event that was to take place yesterday.


Campus cops expand to affiliates

The authority of the Campus Community Police Service will soon be extended to allow constables full authority at the three affiliated colleges.


Parents saving more

An increasing number of Canadian parents are saving their pennies so their children can grow up to be just like you.


High school sets up drug drop box

A word to the wise: if anyone encounters a high school student trying to sell or give away Valium, do not take their fraudulent wares.


Western and Fanshawe make sweet love, spawn two programs

The number of students across Ontario opting for the benefits of collaborative programs between colleges and universities is on the rise.


Campus Inquisition

He has been getting a lot of attention in the last little while. Given his alleged thirst for little boys it's not very surprising. Out of high class, high morals and a high state of mind,The Gazette decided to find out what Western really thinks about the world's favourite accused diddler.


News Briefs

> Western students get money, Nazis still suck
> Sarnia may now be on the map
> Writers and wine: a great combination
> Int'l day for the elimination of violence against women

 

 

 

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