October 28, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 32  

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NEWS

Big upset as Windsor beats Mustangs... again

The Western Mustangs football team was utterly shocked when they lost to the Windsor Lancers in their first game of the 2003 season. Well, guess what? It happened again.


Admin shits on "Cow Plop" idea

A University Students' Council fundraiser for the London United Way chapter has been put out to pasture, for now.


Tim Hortons doughnut-scicles?

Coffee drinkers have now tasted the cold, frozen doughnut heart of Tim Horton.


Paper beats rock athletics

Don't ever complain that table tennis or bowling are not true sports - this weekend, Toronto hosted the second annual World Championships in the noble sport of rock, paper, scissors.


Car surfing, sign stealing and bad bridge driving

Do not steal road signs, do not pass bikes if you're driving on the University Dr. bridge, do not walk near trains... relax, your parents haven't tracked you down to punish you for your college high jinx - it's just another installment of the weekly crime report.


Modular degrees expected to give students more flexibility

Starting next September, the structure of degrees offered by Western will change. On Oct. 17, Western's Senate approved the final aspects of the new structure of modular degrees.


News Briefs

> Western prof gets money, chair
> Poor kids want you to trick or treat for them
> Be a WINner and catch awareness week
> The Wright way to use a music degree?

 

 

 

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