March 10, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 83  

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Rachel Cartwright/Gazette
BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS. Outside the Natural Sciences Centre, students partake in many early morning activities, like this one, entitled “Lung Destruction.”

Western swims in cash
Federal research money pours in

Two business days, two big grants; since Friday, Western was awarded over $45 million for research from the federal government.


Ontario government to allow BYOB for restaurants?

BYOB may no longer be something you only hear before house parties and bush bashes, because the Ontario government might allow restaurant patrons to bring their own booze for meals.


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Leah Crane/Gazette
I DIDN’T REALIZE WE GOT TO WATCH HARDCORE PORN IN THIS CLASS. Many “happy” Western students keep their eyes on the action in the computer lab in the Natural Sciences Centre yesterday.

 

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