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Western University Homecoming 2014 leads to just two criminal offences – but one 'major incident'

London police say they’ve charged two people with criminal offences during Western Homecoming 2014.

But the stats released Tuesday morning for Project L.E.A.R.N. (Liquor Enforcement and Reduction of Noise), which targets problems in areas with high numbers of students, showed more charges during the fall. 191 more words

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Baling Your Hay

When I still lived in Espanola, I had to do quite a bit of travelling in order to compete at the more competitive meets down south. 564 more words

Caroline Ehrhardt

What's Western U Homecoming all about? Metro takes you inside the big purple party

As thousands of people packed into TD Stadium for Western University’s Homecoming football game, thousands more were celebrating in a different way.

It was an all-out party Saturday afternoon (and morning and evening) on streets around campus as people chose to forego formal celebrations and have their own. 274 more words

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7 dos and don’ts for Western University Homecoming 2014

It’s a big weekend on campus in London, with Homecoming drawing thousands to Western University.

But, with crowds partying across large parts of the city, the people in charge of keeping it all under control have some advice for getting the most out of the event. 251 more words

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Sharpen your pencils, London set to debut new writer-in-residence

Wanna’ be a writer?

Well, it’s a good time to be in London.

The library and Western University are teaming up to bring a writer-in-residence to the city — with a promise he’ll work with anyone and everyone interested in the craft. 136 more words

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Western University student leaders try to move Homecoming parties to campus

Homecoming is about to happen again, and Western University’s student leaders have been working on making it safer.

There will be bigger events on campus this year, the University Students’ Council announced Tuesday, in the hope of encouraging more students away from parties in the streets and on the front yards of neighbourhoods. 305 more words

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