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The Gazette • Western University's Student Newspaper - Headlines
Monday, April 24th, 2017

News

Campus robbery suspects charged

Two suspects have been charged with robbery for assaulting and robbing a Western student on campus on the night of April 12. Read more

Controversial layoffs at Ryerson linked to USC employees' company

The alleged role played by top USC employees in the elimination of certain full-time positions at the Ryerson Students' Union (RSU).  Read more

Student assaulted and robbed on UC Hill

A Western student walking up University College Hill was assaulted and robbed of her phone on Wednesday night. Read more

Sports

Bidding farewell to Western rugby

“Rookie!” Read more

Goodbye, Joe Louis Arena

The Joe is set to be torn down after this season, in exchange for the glamorous new Little Caesars Arena. The change is much needed. But the memories of the Joe will live on. Read more

Western track star Joy Spearchief-Morris won’t stick to sports

Western Mustang runner Joy Spearchief-Morris considers speed to be a mere part of the legacy she hopes to leave behind. Read more

Opinion

Bidding farewell to Western rugby

“Rookie!” Read more

Students need to be at the table now more than ever

The Western University budget is formally presented to Senate today, and I am perplexed and concerned. Read more

USC bylaws leave disturbing grey area for incoming executives

Every year, when the Western community elects their next USC president and vice-president, there are roughly four months between whe… Read more

Arts

"Grace and Frankie" is refreshingly funny and Frank

Season three of Netflix's Grace and Frankie is happy, sad, hilarious and features a surprising amount of vibrators. Read more

Fellow Feeling showcases a diverse range of art

The upcoming Artlab exhibition uses a variety of materials and methods to explore the modern world. Read more

McIntosh Gallery's 75th anniversary provides insight to challenges in the past and today

McIntosh Gallery displays World War I and World War II exhibits to demonstrate a changing political landscape, not unlike ours today. Read more

Life

A coffee story

Coffee travels a long way to get from the farm to your cup.  Read more

The Mirror presents unique historical perspectives

They're handing out free copies in Stevenson Hall from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Read more

Ground Up Café: An environmentally conscious must-try

Entirely fair trade, organic and plant-based meals at the Ground Up Organic Café make it a triple threat, with a variety of goods at… Read more

Features

Arts funding crisis goes beyond Western

One of the biggest challenges facing the faculty is declining enrolment and a resulting deficit of $4 million. Read more

Does Western muzzle free speech on campus?

Does Western stand among the so-called “liberal” campuses accused of stifling free speech? Read more

Indigenous students' journey to finding their voices on campus

For indigenous students, leaving their communities and coming to Western is not only a momentous decision, but can be an intimidating one too.  Read more

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