January 27, 2004  
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On-campus assault
Take precautions: officials

Officials are warning students against walking alone on campus after a female student was assaulted in a brazen attack near the D.B. Weldon Library parking lot last Wednesday night.

Parking not just a pain for students

Although London community members are encouraged to attend performances at Western’s two theatres, there are no special concessions made for them to ease the hassle of parking on campus.

Wave patrons spit on, harass UCC gamers

The University Community Centre broke out into a fit of spitball throwing and fire-alarm pulling when an on-campus event went awry this past Saturday.

Critics decry RCMP raid as ‘unethical’

The RCMP raid of Ottawa Citizen reporter Juliet O’Neill’s house and office last Wednesday has sparked enormous criticism from journalist groups and activists who label the raid as that of a police state.

Snow won’t deter crime

Mother Nature has not been kind to London as of late, covering our cars with snow and forcing us to walk through knee-high trenches. But if you thought this would stop your friendly neighbourhood criminal, you were wrong.

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Statements attributed to Adria Iwasutiak in the Jan. 23 issue of The Gazette were incorrect. The Gazette regrets the error.




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