April 8, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 100  

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USC, admin haggle over potential logo

The much anticipated new University Students’ Council logo will not be unveiled before the end of classes due to haggling between Western administration and the USC regarding one of the finalists.

Sex, movies don’t mix: Christians

Times, they are a changin’; according to a report by a Christian group, gratuitous sex, senseless violence and stomach-churning gore in movies no longer sells big, while good ol’ fashioned wholesome movies are the cat’s ass at the box office.

Looking back at a year of Western news

With this issue being the grand finale for Vol. 97, we thought we’d sum up the highlights (and therefore, everyone else’s lowlights) as reported in this year’s Gazette.


God admonishes the news team for being themselves

It’s been a year of ups and downs, highs and lows, love and hate, old shoes and new shoes. Three Gazette News Editors decided to sit down and relate what they felt molded this past year.

Waterloo ups tuition to make a point

Critics are slamming the University of Waterloo Board of Governors for passing a motion on Tuesday to increase tuition fees, in an attempt to draw attention to the money it will lose in the event of a tuition freeze.

New research chairs add to Western’s rep

Six million dollars and seven new research chairs are on their way to Western.

The final airing of grievances


So this is it. My final column for The Gazette Vol. 97.

The critics failed to realize...


“It is a newspaper’s duty to print the news and raise hell.” - Wilbur F. Storey

Exactly what a student newspaper should be

From the Far Lane

Taking charge of the best university student newspaper in the country, and the only daily, can be a daunting task.

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