October 2, 2003  
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No quick fix for Wet/Dry problem

With the suspension of the Wet/Dry program at Western due to illegal, underage drinking, The Wave has been forced to look at alternative arrangements for accommodating underage and of-age students - something that could take the rest of the school year to work out.

Weed in rez still a no-no: Housing

This summer's decision by Ontario courts not to prosecute simple possession of cannabis may lead stoners everywhere to believe they are finally off the hook. On campus, however, it is business as usual.

Parking downtown getting pricier?

If you are someone who has to park your car downtown, you may need to take a deep breath and possibly sit down before reading this.

"The Board of Control was looking for ways to bring in more money [without raising taxes], as a result of the downloading of responsibilities from the provincial government," said Cheryl Miller, chair of the Environment and Transportation Committee of London. The board's suggestion, she explained, included several changes to meter parking.

Wild hotel orgy causes international tensions

What happens when you set up 400 pleasure seeking tourists in a swanky Chinese hotel along the Pearl River and add 500 fast girls?

You get a whole lotta orgy lovin'.

Older folk don't get gays

Kats got your tongue

It doesn't take much to feel the canyon-of-a-gap between the generations of today's young adults and their parents. The recent developments in gay/lesbian rights in Canada brings this gap increasingly to the forefront.

Quirky McDonald

Wearing a tie made entirely from refrigerator magnets, Bob McDonald, host of CBC Radio's Quirks and Quarks, gave a presentation entitled Miracles or Mad Science: The Love/Hate Relationship Between Science and Society at Talbot College theatre Tuesday evening in front of approximately 150 people.

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