September 12, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 9  

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NEWS

A Fall preview of everything entertainment

It's the fall, but in the coming months a plethora of movies, music, plays, books and games will be springing up to catch your attention. With the kids back in school, this season is usually the best time for the culture industry to start churning out a wealth of products. After all, what better way to get people to fork over the money they accumulated over the summer working as an usher at the nearest Silvercity?


Simpsons writer says "hi-dee-ho" to Wave

"I see many young people in the crowd so I'm going try and limit my use of the word motherfucker," was one of the first phrases Simpsons writer Tim Long told a packed crowd at The Wave yesterday.


Justice Binnie there, done that

The Honourable Mr. Justice W. Ian Binnie of the Supreme Court of Canada was the first of the faculty of law's series of distinguished speakers. His appearance at the law building yesterday packed the room full of eager listeners.


Caretaker's union hopes to clean up

There is a possibility Western may start to smell very, very bad.

The collective agreement between the Canadian Union of Public Employees local 2361 - which represents approximately 250 caretakers, trades people and arena workers at Western - and the university expired Jun. 30 of this year and a conciliator has been called in to mediate.


Gold-digging colleges

In a move expected to shock pundits province-wide, Ontario colleges are asking the provincial government for more money.

A media blitz aimed at all three major political parties in the current provincial election highlighted Ontario colleges' concerns that quality of education may be suffering due to underfunding. "College programming is practical and as a result our need for equipment is intense," said Howard Rundle, president of Fanshawe College.


Naughty establishments stripped of licenses

London has lost two notable community landmarks: the Rendez-Vous strip club and Gloria's 'massage parlour,' forcing loyal patrons to seek naked entertainment and rub and tugs elsewhere.


News Briefs

> Terry Fox Run
> Fanshawe's grassy day
> Queerline makes super exciting reappearance
> Heads up, it's free!
> Adrienne, you over achiever

 

 

 

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