October 24 , 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 31  

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Honouring the best, brightest

In the honour of Gov. General Adrienne Clarkson's honourary degree of laws from Western, The Gazette decided to honour other noteworthy people with honourary degrees. On with the honouring...

A horse of a different colour

What the Shuk?

It was a dark and rainy day on the Concrete Beach and I stared out The Wave window to see nothing but a dull, grey sheen cloak across the entire campus.

The law's role in life and death

Ad Nauseam

On the orders of Florida Governor Jeb Bush, a feeding tube was recently re-inserted into Terri Schiavo, a woman who has been in a persistent vegetative state since a heart attack in 1990.

Some private health services would help

From the Far Lane

When asked what the most important political issue is to them, most Canadians say health care, and for good reason.




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