October 21 , 2003  
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NEWS

McMaster, CSIS deny terrorist plot

The McMaster University nuclear reactor might be a hotbed of atomic terrorism, as rumours of a dirty bomb plot spread south of the border.


Survey ranked non-existent schools

The survey says Trent and Brock are the best and non-existent grad schools are great too - could there be a correlation?


BOG hopefuls debate - minus audience

The race for the sole, vacant undergraduate seat on the Board of Governors changed tunes yesterday, as a media forum was held in The Wave; and the crickets played on.


Umbrella wieldin', road ragin' old men

This just in: criminals are getting dumber.


BOG candidate Yach looking to represent

Jennifer Yach, a fifth-year student at Western working on two degrees - a professional law and engineering degree and another in applied math - has dealt with the Board of Governors before and says this is why you should vote for her.


Conference orgasmic for policy nerds

While you were sleeping this weekend, your student fees were hard at work - more than 40 Ontario Undergraduate Student Alliance minions descended on Western to discuss policy recommendations for the organization at its fall general assembly.


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> Why does Iraq keep windling up under bombs?
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