October 24 , 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 31  

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Media violence and the desensitized masses

"Cut our wrists like cheap coupons/And say that death was on sale today" (Marilyn Manson: "The Fight Song").

Whatmore could he ask for?

Third-year scholars electives student Brian Whitmore was elected as the new Board of Governor's undergraduate representative, beating out three other candidates with 673 of 1,796.

Clarkson responds to spending criticism

Among the graduates honoured at yesterday's Convocation ceremony was Canada's Governor General Adrienne Clarkson, who was given an honorary doctor of laws degree.

Jackass teaches dog Nazi salute, names him Adolf

Princess Di is in the news again. Who would have guessed royal-crazy Brits would keep their hunger for Di news alive long after the poor woman's death?


Cops crack down on road sign theft

If you can describe your apartment's decor by "Signs/Signs/Everywhere are signs...," then you could be arrested one week from today.

Student e-mails not private, stored by ITS

Now that Big Brother has a computer, students at Western should realize their e-mails are not entirely private.

News Briefs

> Children getting raw deal
> Parking blows? Tell the USC about it
> Did somebody say pumpkin?
> Wanna strut your stuff?




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