October 23 , 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 30  

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NEWS

Trent "suicide week" only of its kind in Ontario

Students at Trent University do not have classes this week; students at every other university in Ontario do. Western students, do you feel jealous?


Anarchist University rallies against hierarchy

An institutionalized anti-institutional university? What's the deal with that?


Grad kids see more funding

The University of Alberta Graduate Students' Association would be "thrilled if it were true," said their president, Lee Skallerup, in response to the University of Alberta's new funding initiative reported by the National Post yesterday.


McGill finally gets unisex washrooms

It seems everyone wants to be more like Western these days.

McGill University is one step closer to being in our league this week: they're finally getting their first co-ed wheelchair accessible washroom, but no hanky panky, guys.


Student in Thames race

"That's the way we've always done things," said Dave Forestell, a Thames Valley District School Board trustee candidate for Wards 1 and 7 and a first-year Western law student. "I think it's time for new ideas," he said.


Gandhi, Patton and wimpy Ron MacLean

Marshall Law

After consuming what was probably a bad bottle of rum, I found myself sitting in on a roundtable discussion concerning Canadian military spending with Gen. George Patton, Mahatma Gandhi and myself with Coach's Corner's Ron MacLean mediating. Here's what was said during the hallucination...


Ask the Editor

Like many other Western students and indeed citizens of London, I live in a building owned by Old Oak Properties. For the last year or so, my building has been infested with Pharaoh ants - tiny, brown suckers that end up in food, sink, garbage... but most curiously, they seem to love our kettle. There are always ants in the kettle (we double check now before we turn it on) and crawling all over the base and the sides of it.


News Briefs

> Frat guys not just about beer
> Have fun flushing your toilet
> Spread the life
> Everyone likes vaginas

 

 

 

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