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It was dusk on a warm night at the beginning of September, and Adam Fearnall was standing in a throng of 5,000 students packed into Talbot Bowl. It was at that moment, immersed in a sea of excited, nervous, and extremely hormonal frosh, that he knew he would run for president of the University Students Council. It was the inaugural One Love Rally, an Orientation Week event put on by the USC to promote awareness of mental health issues on campus. Fearnall was struck by the sense of community that pervaded the crowd. That event said to some of those people, we know youre here, and its okay that youre here, and we want you to be here, he says. So I think it was then that I said, okay, maybe I can do thisI care enough about it to do this. Six months later, Fearnall was standing in another crowd, this time in the Mustang Lounge. The gruelling, drawn-out presidential campaign was finally over, and the election results were in. After a record-breaking 10,426 votes, it was officialAdam Fearnall had been elected president of the USC. Fearnall got involved early. As a teenager at Oakridge Secondary School in London, where his parents went before him, he led the student council as prime minister. He played sports, and even sang in a band, Cofield. His younger sister Lyndsay followed in his footsteps as deputy prime minister, and is now a firstyear English student at Huron University College, where Adam began

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from what he knows. There was a boil-water advisory all the time, he remembers. Even after you boiled the water up there, it was still musty and brown. The experience was a formative one. Describing it, he is quiet and thoughtful, carefully considering his words. It gives you a different lens. Im not necessarily always looking through that lens, but I can look through that lens. He pauses. Its very hard to describe what it did to me, but I wouldnt trade it for anything. It was in Fort Hope that Fearnall truly learned to be patient. As the youngest of a handful of outsiders in the community, he says he wasnt trusted by locals at first, and had to earn their respect. You never really get to a point, I think, where you can be an authority, he says. You have to be patient. This patience was evident during his campaign, especially on the night of February 15. It was the second day of voting, and the results were due to be announced that nightbut at around 5 p.m., the board of governors decided the election was invalid due to a hack of the voting website the night before. While some candidates were upset and others angry, Fearnall remained calm in reaction to the unprecedented move.
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his Western career. Shes had the unfortunate experience of having to follow me through two schools now, he laughs. Having been ambitious in high school, Lyndsay knew from the moment Adam moved in at Huron that he would be part of the Western community. All the sophs were there helping him move in and I said to him, Adam, thats going to be you, and it was, she says, remembering his first day. Hes one of those people that likes being involved and helping people. Hes always been that way. He wasted no time, meeting then-USC president Stephen Lecce

in his first week at Western. One of my friends knew Stephen, and he introduced me at the O-Week football game, Fearnall says. I remember him talking to me for almost a full quarter. Stephen was really good to me through my first year. Though Lecces encouragement helped, Fearnall already knew he wanted to go far. He joined the USC in first year and climbed the ranks, becoming Huron University College Students Council president in his third year, and USC speaker this year. It worked out, but it wasnt a perfect ascension or anything like that, Fearnall says of his rise to president. I had experiences along the way that made me want to keep doing it, and I had moments where I didnt really want to do it anymore. Lyndsay is only a little bit surprised at his most recent success. I didnt know hed go this far, she laughs, but I knew hed do something. The summer after his first year, Fearnall travelled to Eabametoong First Nation, also known as Fort Hope, to help run a summer literacy camp for children. The troubled community of about 1,500 sits on a lake in northwestern Ontario. Surrounded by bush and with only dirt roads, it is only accessible by airplane in the summer and by ice roads in the winter. Though he says its not the farthest from home hes ever been he studied abroad for two weeks in Belgium in the summer after his second yearit was the furthest

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Middlesex not getting $75,000


Tourism Middlesexs request to Middlesex Countys council for $75,000 in funding has been turned down. Tourism Middlesex is a notfor-profit organization devoted to developing and promoting tourism in Middlesex County. That $75,000 sum is roughly half of their annual budget. In defence of their decision,

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A group of fourth-year structural engineering students are thrilled to have won the City of London Design Competition. Sigma Innovations, comprised of Sylvia Broschinski, Codie Crockford, Katheryn Madonia, Philip Santana and Jason Speir, worked for a year on the class project. Since 1997, Western has worked with the City of London in a mutually beneficial relationshipSantana praises the real world application of what [they] learn in class, while the city receives free designs. The group chose to build a pedestrian bridge as part of the SoHo neighbourhood revitalization. With innovation as one of their key goals, they chose a stress ribbon bridge design, unseen on Canadian soil. Not only is the design aesthetically appealing and cost efficient, it is environmentally friendly. There are no structural components in the water [] we didnt want to touch the natural environment of the river, Speir added. Their inspired concept was the cheapest of the propositions by approximately 1 million dollars, as well as the fastest to build, thrusting their idea into first place. Katie Roseman

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Dave Ennett elected president of KUCSC


Kaleigh Rogers mUltImedIa dIreCtor The Kings University College Students Council elected their new president, Dave Ennett, last night. Following suit with the University Students Council elections, Kings saw the highest voter turnout in recent history with 1,355 students over a third of the student body casting votes. Our team had huge support from so many people in the Kings community, which motivated us to keep on pushing until the very end, Ennett said. We were very satisfied with the mandate we received from the general public and look forward to serving the community next year. Ennett faced only one competitor for the position, Luke Preston, making it a heated race. The new presidents campaign team employed Facebook, Twitter and a video featuring Kings students spouting sarcastic praise of some problems with the affiliate college, including such tongue-in-cheek lines as, I love not having a bus shelter, and There is so much parking on Waterloo, in order to spread the word. Part of his platform included increased funding for KUCSC sponsored scholarships, a bus shelter and increasing the publishing schedule of the Regis, the Kings student publication, to monthly. My platform reached out to the student body in a few different ways. From day one, I said that as a council we need to do more at enhancing the life of all students not just a select few. Many of Ennetts platform points overlapped with fellow candidate Prestonextended free parking on Waterloo Street and more power outlets across campus, to name a fewbut Ennett said this only lead to a friendship between the two. Luke Preston ran a hard fought battle and we ran on platforms that shared many ideas. He reached out to hundreds of students and has had an amazing impact on the Kings community. Preston, a fourth-year psychology student, attributed his loss in part to the fact that he had no previous council experience, unlike Ennett, but he too expressed a congenial feeling in the wake of the election results. I wish Dave the best of luck. He is fully qualified for the job and Ive never seen someone so learned of council before, he said. [Kings is] a very special place, and I wish they keep building the campus community together for many years to come. The current president of the KUCSC, Barshan Quadry, said the entire council was impressed by the high student involvement and voter turnout in this election. He attributed this success to the hard work of the campaign teams, who he said often struggle to maintain the attention of a largely off-campus student body. As far as the new president-elect, Quadry said he is looking forward to seeing what Ennett achieves. Daves meteoric rise to presidency is quite remarkable and a

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I was surprised, especially when they invalidated the results I thought he would have been fairly upset about it, says Lyndsay. You think that it would be upsetting to go through all that work, and have your team go through all that, but he reacted fairly well, she laughs. I didnt see any freak-outs, which was good. Even now, after having run a successful campaign, the 21-yearold president-elect remains humble. Six days after his victory, the stress of the campaign hasnt taken a visible toll on him, but perhaps hes just relieved its over. He appears relaxed and at ease, and despite his former-lead-singer status, there isnt a hint of the ego that normally accompanies that title his humility is almost disarming. There are people that Ill never be able to repay for the things that they did, for the amount of time they gave to me, he says of his campaign team. I sort of wonder, would I have been a big enough person to give one of my friends that amount of time to help them do something? At the end of the day, maybe you hope thats the answer in itselftheyre not just doing it for you, but maybe theyre doing it for something greater.

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PostSecret is a community art project where people reveal their personal secrets on a postcard and send it to creator Frank Warren, who spoke at Western last night. While some of these secrets are light-hearted and amusing, there is a darker side to the project, which sees the focus sway from entertainment to dealing with mental health issues. For some people, these postcards are a way to share their innermost thoughts. But when does it become too personal? PostSecret is representative of our generations tendency to over-share. Its unlikely our grandma would reveal incestuous feelings on a 4x6 inch piece of decorated cardboard, yet todays generation gladly welcomes strangers into their minds. However, writing postcards may be therapeutic for the authors, and these secrets are often an artistic expression of the self. And although some might view this as only a pop culture gimmick, it cannot be denied that PostSecret has formed an online community, especially for those suffering from mental health disorders. PostSecret can also help alleviate the stigma associated with mental illness. It helps the audience understand and relate to those affected, offering up success stories to those who may still be struggling. PostSecret has been around for a number of years nowunlike other things on the Internet, the site has had a remarkable staying power. The reason for this may be entrenched in its sheer simplicityno topic is off limits, and postcards can be elaborate or simple. And of course, everyone has secrets, providing the site with endless content. There may also be a shallower reason behind its popularity. PostSecret creates the gawker effect the audience makes a spectacle of the abnormal, making people feel better about themselves, much like Texts From Last Night made us feel better about our own drunken debauchery. Still, the website has lost some of its authenticity recently. Instead of carefully and lovingly crafting secrets by hand, people are now encouraged to messily scrawl text over a photo they take on their phone, removing the artistic element of the project. The idea behind PostSecret should be commended, but were not sure if posting our deepest, darkest secrets to cyberspace contributes to the betterment of society, or of ourselves. The Gazette Editorial Board

a mans true secrets are more secret to himself than they are to others.

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Technoculture? The art of secret telling Tech-no thanks


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Gloria Dickie neWS FeatUreS edItor Technoculture. Now read it again, out loud. Technoculture. Its awful, right? A few weeks ago, as I was busy carrying out the annual task of updating my resum, I came across this unsightly word, preceded by the words media and information, and was forced to stop. This wasnt the first time I had seen it, nor was this the first time I had pondered over the ridiculousness of this apparent compound word, but typing it out on a resum just felt wrong, possibly even unprofessional. Make all the jokes you will about MIT not being a real faculty, but we do actually learn practical stuff. Maybe. Sometimes. And I cant help but feel that the appearance of technoculture completely discredits our participation in the realm of academia. While I can respect Westerns desperate attempt at drawing a false connection between the faculty and the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology, it just doesnt work. The second youre asked to elaborate, and pathetically admit that in fact, no, there is no relation, all elitism is lost. Not to mention that the very word often confuses people. After hundreds of attempts over the past four years at

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Punishment fits the crime


Re: Horwood not the only culprit (Mar. 6, 2012) To the Editor: I remain surprised at how Keith Horwoods criminal charges have shocked the university community. What further surprises me is the suggestion by some that he should merely be assessed a slap on the wrist, and his crime treated as negligible. Mr. Horwood committed multiple infractions under the Criminal Code, and he should be treated as such. It is not the place of the University Students Council to decide what is and isnt criminal, as some students are suggesting. Furthermore, to defend him on the grounds that he somehow performed a service to the USC and ITS by pointing out the security flaws in their systems is ridiculous. Imagine if one stole an apple from Loblaws, and then attempted to defend his or her actions by saying he or she was merely pointing out the grocery stores shoplifting issues. If Mr. Horwoods supporters are upset with the inconvenience of the charges laid against him, perhaps they should consider the inconvenience he caused in the first place. Tom Venner
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explaining what I study, I mostly just trail off, either lying and saying, Media, information and technology or muttering, Oh, just, like, media studies. Perhaps the trouble lies not with the name itself, but with the large scope of the faculty. Some students study radio and television, some study advertising and public relations, while others study journalism and writing. What comprehensive term is there to sum up all these activities? Ill admit that Im not entirely sure, but I know theres no possible way its technoculture. Frankly, having a made-up word in your degree is embarrassing. While at an internship last summer with a pretty high-profile media giant, I was asked what I was taking at school. My response was met with blank stares and a few awkward chuckles. Techno-what? oft seems to be the trademark reply. To this extent, I feel like Western is doing a disservice to its student-body. If I was an employer sifting through hundreds of resums, Id be more inclined to go with the candidate whose qualifications I could understand such as a simply stated journalism or advertising and public relationsas opposed to the confusing amalgamation of two scholastic buzz-words. Even English is a step up. Sure, reading English on a resum might be a little bit of a let-down, but at least its in, well, English. I want a degree title that actually says something. Not a degree title that, much like a first-years essay on hegemony and agenda setting, pretends to say something while really saying absolutely nothing.

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Abby Chow ContrIBUtor It all began with keeping money that didnt belong to me, says Stanley Lo, creator and backstage co-manager of The Black Seal. I ended up losing my entire wallet, and The Black Seal is essentially thata story revolving around the idea of karma and the effect it can have on a seemingly normal family. Of course, the play isnt just about some guy losing his wallet, its a much more exaggerated version of karmaconspiracy, jealousy, agonyits all a very vivid display. With casting and rehearsals beginning as early as September, a group of Western students are brought together through a common goalto produce the annual Cantonese drama. This year, the winning script, The Black Seal, is surprisingly darker than the dramas produced in the past. Through documenting the butterfly effect originating from an act of pure selfishness through multiple generations, The Black Seal thoroughly explores the dichotomies between repentance and forgiveness, love and jealousy, curses and sacrificeits about the effects of human interactions and intellectual insights into sanctity and divinity. Its hard to produce a drama, and even harder when it comes to dramas in Cantonese, considering the limited audience in London. But promoting culture is of value to us, so I hope a variety of audiences will grace us with their presence and enjoy watching our production as much as we enjoyed preparing for it, says director Stephanie Tsai. Recognizing this fact, the production crew has created short summaries of each scene of each act in English, designed to maximize the viewing capabilities of those who do not understand Cantonese or have a limited grasp of the language. The play shows only once a year, and this year it will be hosted at the Palace Theatre, located at 710 Dundas St. East, on March 11 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $15 and can be obtained by emailing cantodrama@ gmail.com.

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Genevieve Moreau PhotoGraPhy edItor Performance Openers Setlist Crowd Worth the cash Kelly Clarkson has come a long way since being judged onstage beside Justin Guariniand his hair. On Tuesday night, the original American Idol winner performed a sold out show at the John Labatt Centre as part of her Stronger tour, which kicked off in early January and features special guest Matt Nathanson. Even with battling a cold, Nathanson got audience members on their feet for his songs You Make My Heart Beat Faster and Come On Get Higher. However, his soft falsettos soon proved to be no match for Clarksons powerhouse vocal longevity. As Clarkson took over the stage with her first song Dark Side, fans screamed at her ability to hit

every note in key. She proved herself as one of the best in the industry as she performed her hits Behind These Hazel Eyes and Since U Been Gone with the help of her energetic band members and backup vocalists. She then pulled up a seat for intimate acoustic renditions of songs Einstein and I Forgive You. But Clarkson isnt just a singer. About halfway through her performance, she shared her passion for House of Hope Africa with a ballad about perseveranceYou Still Wont Know What Its Likeas images of the orphaned children she had recently met during her trip to South Africa appeared on the big screen behind her. Still, audience members didnt need to be hardcore Clarkson fans to enjoy the rest of the show, as she performed radio hit single Dont You Want To Stay, a song nominated for a 2011 Country Music Television Award in collaborative efforts with American country singer Jason Aldean, whose recorded image was projected onto a screen during the duet. With her glittery red sequined

microphone, Clarkson ended her performance with a Mr. Know it All and Miss Independent combo, showing off her effortless vocal range one last time. The last time Clarkson performed in London was in 2005, and the soulful R&B sound from her fifth fulllength album Stronger shows that not only can Kelly Clarkson sing about just about anything, but she can belt it out in front of a live audience.

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With so many teams looking for a quarterback where do you think Peyton Manning will land? Tesse Jahirali,
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Rundown >> mustangs mens hockey forward zach harnden has been named ontario University athletics player of the week > harnden scored the game winner against the Windsor lancers in game three of the oUa West finals.

The quarterback carousel is spinning again, and with two prized quarterbacks at the top of the draftAndrew Luck and Robert Griffin IIIthe teams vying for Mannings services will be limited to those without the pieces to trade up in the draft. Along with that, a few other

stipulations will leave some teams off of Mannings wish list, including staying clear of his younger brother Eli, playing in a dome or warm weather, playing for a contender, and potentially even staying clear of his nemesis Tom Brady. Assuming these are Mannings stipulations, I see two on his radar. The team that makes the most sense for both sides is the San Francisco 49ers. The addition of Manning would instantly make them Super Bowl favourites. Along with the 49ers, their division rivals

the Arizona Cardinals should be on Mannings radar. I would take the odds on Manning settling down in the hot heat of Arizona and throwing to the leagues best target, Larry Fitzgerald. With the addition of two more wildcards, along with the Houston Astros shift to the American League next season, do you think the National League will eventually adopt the designated hitter? Josh Raisin
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Baseball is steeped in tradition, but unfortunately, the differences between the two leagues will inevitably diminish within the next decade. Interleague play has killed the tradition of difference, and the competitive advantage created by the designated hitter forces stars over to the AL. It is an unfortunate reality for a game with such a rich history, but in order to uphold the competitive balance, the switch is inevitable.

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Falling into the category of overall achievement, this weeks Purple Pipe is awarded to Lindsay Gidomski of the Mustangs womens hockey team. Gidomskis play was a major catalyst behind the Mustangs surprise run to the Ontario University Athletics final. Despite being seeded sixth out of eight teams in the playoffs, the Mustangs were able to navigate their way to the OUA finals. Along with being a low seed, the Mustangs were able to win their first playoff series in history. Gidomski, the product of Mississauga, led the OUA playoffs in goals with seven, while finishing second in overall scoring with nine points. Gidomskis play and veteran leadership were critical to her teams success, as she was one of the few fourth-year players on the squad. She helped set the tone in the first series, scoring a goal in each game of the Mustangs shocking first round sweep of the third seed University of Toronto Varsity Blues. Gidomskis stellar play continued into the second round as well. With the Mustangs backs against the wall in the second round of the playoffs, Gidomski delivered one of her best performances of the year. In a 6-2 victory for the Mustangs, Gidomski finished with a hat trick, tying up the series at 1-1. The next game, the Mustangs had a 3-0 victory behind another Gidomski goal, securing their first finals berth in history. In the finals, the Mustangs were swept 2-0 by the Wilfrid Laurier Golden Hawks, capping a fantastic run through the playoffs. Although the season ended in defeat, Gidomski, as well as the entire Mustangs team, can take pride in knowing they accomplished more than they ever had. Sean Morantz

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#1 AMAZING NEWLY built 4 and 5 large bedroom luxury units. Home like setting, backing onto park, parking, 2 bathrooms, 5 appliances, ceramic and hardwood floors, high speed internet. $475$525/bedroom. On bus route, 2km to campus, walk to shopping and downtown. View at www.oxfordrentals.ca or call Wendy 519-667-0047 #1 JUST BUILT luxury 5 large bedroom units. Everything brand new! Home like setting, backing onto park, parking, 2 bathrooms, 5 new appliances, ceramic and hardwood floors, high speed internet. $525/bedroom. On bus route, 2km to campus, walk to shopping and downtown. View at www.oxfordrentals.ca or call Wendy at 519-667-0047 #1 REDBRICK APARTMENTS! Why not live with Westerns most reputable suppliers of off-campus housing? Our large, open-concept apartments feature laundry, dishwasher, free parking, oversized closets, and full time property management. All of our newly built red brick buildings are located either right next to campus, or in other areas that are popular with UWO students. Safe, new, comfortable, and reasonably priced, these apartments will give you the finest off campus experience available. Western students should be concerned with their studies- not house problems. Let London Property Corp.s team look after all your housing needs. Call Bill anytime 519-670-0327 billh@londonproperty.ca

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3 BEDROOM HOUSE Downtown. This 3 bedroom house is steps to Richmond Row, free parking and a backyard. Hardwood floors, and a loft bedroom. This is one of kind, and will go quickly. Contact Nathan for a tour at nathanc@londonproperty.ca 519-495-5363 3 BEDROOM MODERN townhouses close to Masonville area. Close walk to campus and steps to major bus route. Spacious bedrooms, with huge closets and close to all amenities. Contact Nathan to book a viewing; units will rent very quickly. nathanc@londonproperty.ca 519-495-5363 3 BEDROOM MODERN townhouses close to Masonville area. Close walk to campus and steps to major bus route. Spacious bedrooms, with huge closets and close to all amenities. Contact Zach to book a viewing; units will rent very quickly. zachs@londonproperty.ca 519-854-0505 3 BEDROOM REDBRICK townhomes on Richmond near Masonville. 10 minute walk to campus, right on bus route to campus and downtown. Great location, near all amenities. All new appliances including washer/dryer and dishwasher. Call John @ 519-8595563 to book a tour. 3 BEDROOM REDBRICK townhomes on Sarnia and Western right beside subway. 2 minute walk to campus, right on bus route to campus and downtown. Great location, near all amenities. All new appliances including washer/dryer and dishwasher. Call John @ 519-859-5563 any time.

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4 BEDROOM REDBRICK townhomes on Oxford. 10 minute walk to campus, right on bus route to campus and downtown. Great location. Three floors, two full washrooms! Huge rooms and closets. All new appliances including washer/dryer and dishwasher. Call John @ 519-859-5563 or email johnm@londonproperty.ca with questions or to book a tour 4-6 BDRM HOUSES and town homes for rent. Modern units, clean and close to campus. Everything you could ask for, with 5 appliances, free parking, spacious bedrooms/common rooms and full time maintenance. Bedrooms are networked for internet. Call Sam at 519-495-7661, samm@londonproperty.ca 4-6 BDRM HOUSES and town homes for rent. Units are modern, clean and close to campus. Get everything you could ask for, with 5 appliances, free parking, spacious bedrooms and common rooms and full time maintenance. Bedrooms are network for internet. Call Zach anytime at 519-854-0505 4-6 BEDROOM TOWNHOMES and houses avail downtown at Richmond and Oxford. Steps from the bars and right on Richmond bus route to campus. Great location, near all amenities. Newly built units with all appliances including washer/dryer and dishwasher. Free parking as well. Call John @ 519-8595563 any time to view. 5 BDRM REDBRICK apartments for rent. Why not live with Westerns most reputable suppliers of offcampus housing? London Property Corp., offers the newest homes in the best student areas. Western students should be concerned with their studiesnot house problems. Let London Property Corp.s team look after all your housing needs. Call Bill anytime 519-670-0327. billh@londonproperty.ca

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6 BDRM. **#1 student rentals** Newly built red bricks in all the best student areas around campus and downtown!! Dishwasher, washer/dryer include. Huge, spacious rooms with massive closets. Networked for Internet and parking included. These ones always go fast so call soon. Call John anytime at 519-859-5563 6 BDRM. **#1 student rentals** Newly built red bricks in all the best student. 5 appliances included. Huge, spacious rooms with massive closets. Networked for Internet and parking included. These ones always go fast so call soon. Call Nathan anytime at 519-495-5363 6,6 BEDROOM RED brick apartment styles to choose from. Our accommodations were recently constructed to fit the discerning taste of UWO students.These large, open-concept apartments feature laundry, dishwasher, free parking, oversized closets, and full time property management. All of our newly built red brick buildings are located either right next to campus, or in other areas that are popular with UWO students. Safe, new, comfortable, and reasonably priced, these apartments will give you the finest off campus experience available. Call Bill anytime 519-670-0327. billh@londonproperty.ca 7 BDRM. **#1 student rentals** Newly built red bricks in all the best student areas around campus and downtown!! Dishwasher, washer/dryer include. Huge, spacious rooms with massive closets. Networked for Internet and parking included. These ones always go fast so call soon. Call John anytime at 519-859-5563 867 ADELAIDE STREET North -Available April 1st, 2012. 4 Bedroom townhouse -$1500+utilities. 2 Bedroom townhouse -$950+utilities. Both units = Full kitchen, 2 Bathrooms, laundry, parking, private entrance, close to transit, etc. First and Last months rent required. Contact: Raquel @ 519-319-9057 Email: kelaygt@yahoo.com

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LUXURY STUDENT LIVING downtown. Individual leases, utilities included, 2,3 and 4 bedroom/2 bath apartments. Groups or individuals. Free: fitness, theatre, studyroom, tanning, lounge, 24 hr maintenance. www.varsitycommons.com 519-858-2525.

SECURE ROOMS, 1 -6 bdr units, 6+ bdr houses Updated units in large downtown mansions next to Victoria Park/Richmond Row. All appliances, multiple bathrooms, all buses to university. For complete listings & photos visit www.rent3000.ca

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TONIGHT! WOLFGANG GARTNER at The Mustang Lounge. Tickets are $25/$30 at the door. Buy tickets at Infosource. Doors open at 9:30pm. 18+ event on campus. Presented by the USC. THE INDIA HEALTH Initiative is hosting An Evening in India, a show of Indian dance and culture, March 30th, 7-9:30. Tickets $20/$15 for students. Details at www.indiahealthinitiative.blogspot.com. Proceeds to charity.

#1 STUDENT HOUSING in London. 2-7 bdrms. Popular Redbrick apartments and townhouses, plus houses in various student locations. Come with 5 appliances, huge rooms and closets and are networked for internet. Call now! These rent on a first come first serve basis. Nathan 519-495-5363, nathanc@londonproperty.ca

3 BEDROOM SPACIOUS redbrick apartments. Open concept 1 floor or 2 floor units just steps from campus, on major bus route and close to all amenities. Includes parking, 5 appliances and 24 hour property management. Call Sam, these rent fast! 519-495-7661 samm@londonproperty.ca 3 BEDROOM TOWNHOUSE. Oxford/Wharncliffe area. Many updates, 2 full bathrooms, 5 appliances. 150 feet from bus stop. $425-$450/month inclusive. Call Ted 519-697-5746 or 1-877-582-9004 or ken@soundinvestments4.com 3, 3 BEDROOM red brick apartment styles to choose from. Our accommodations were recently constructed to fit the discerning taste of UWO students. These large, open-concept apartments feature laundry, dishwasher, free parking, oversized closets, and full time property management. All of our newly built red brick buildings are located either right next to campus, or in other areas that are popular with UWO students. Safe, new, comfortable, and reasonably priced, these apartments will give you the finest off campus experience available. Call Bill anytime 519-670-0327. billh@londonproperty.ca 3, 4 AND 5 Bedroom apartments and houses seconds from front gates on Richmond. Directly on bus route to campus and downtown. Most include washer/dryer and dishwasher. Call John @ 519-859-5563 or email johnm@londonproperty.ca to book a tour

#1 STUDENT HOUSING in London. 2-7 bdrms. Popular Redbrick apartments and townhouses, plus houses in various student locations. Come with 5 appliances, huge rooms and closets and are networked for internet. Call now! These rent on a first come first serve basis. Sam 519-495-7661, samm@londonproperty.ca

5 BDRM. **#1 student rentals** Newly built red bricks, right across from campus!! Dishwasher, washer/dryer include. Huge, spacious rooms with massive closets. Networked for Internet and parking included. These ones always go fast so call soon. Call John anytime at 519-859-5563 5 BDRMS. LIVE steps from campus in a 5 bedroom apartment or townhouse. Live in style in a modern building. Huge kitchens come with tons of cupboards and counter space, and centre island eating areas. Spacious bedrooms and huge closets. Call Sam anytime at 519-495-7661 and view one of these units before they are gone!

BEAUTIFUL TOWNHOMES OFF Western Road, Individual leases, utilities included, 5 bd 2.5 bath. Groups and individuals welcome. Laundry included, 24hr maintenance. www.varsitymills.com 519-8582525. Call to book tour. FIVE BEDROOM HOUSE $385 each. 469 Regent Street. Steps to Kings College Area. Bus top in front of house. Parking for 5. Garage. New Kitchen. Large Liv/Din. Two Gas fireplaces. No basement bedrooms. Central air. 5 appliances included. May 01 or earlier. Kings women preferredf. Contact Matthew Kennedy cell 519-317-3023 email mattkennedy@rogers.com

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#1 STUDENT HOUSING in London. 2-7 bdrms. Popular Redbrick apartments and townhouses, plus houses in various student locations. Come with 5 appliances, huge rooms and closets and are networked for internet. Call now! These rent on a first come first serve basis. Zach 519-854-0505, zachs@londonproperty.ca

5 BEDROOM HOUSES and apartments right on bus route to campus and downtown. Great locations. Huge rooms and closets. Most have all new appliances including washer/dryer and dishwasher. Call Nathan @ 519-495-5363 or email nathanc@londonproperty.ca with questions or to book a tour. 5 BEDROOM HOUSES and townhouses for rent on all sides of campus. All places have free parking, free maintenance and full time property management. Units are rented on a first come first serve basis. Call Nathan at 519-495-5363, nathanc@londonproperty.ca 5 BEDROOM HOUSES and townhouses for rent on all sides of campus. All places have free parking, free maintenance and full time property management. Units are rented on a first come first serve basis. Call Sam 519-495-7661, samm@londonproperty.ca 5 BEDROOM HOUSES and townhouses for rent on all sides of campus. All places have free parking, free maintenance and full time property management. Units are rented on a first come first serve basis. Call Zach at 519-854-0505, zachs@londonproperty.ca 5, 6 AND 7 bedroom houses on all sides of campus. Great sized rooms, 5 appliances, parking, and networked for internet. Enjoy your student experience in one of our fantastic houses! Contact Nathan today for a viewing as they usually go fast. 519-495-5363, nathanc@londonproperty.ca 5, 6 AND 7 bedroom houses on all sides of campus. Great sized rooms, 5 appliances, parking, and networked for internet. Enjoy your student experience in one of our fantastic houses! Contact Sam today for a viewing as they usually go fast. 519-495-7661, samm@londonproperty.ca 6 BDRM HOUSES on all sides of campus. Most feature 5 new appliances, spacious rooms and huge closets, open concept kitchen/living room, free parking and networked for high speed internet. Act fast- these wont last! For more information call Zach at 519-854-0505 6 BDRM REDBRICK apartments for rent. Why not live with Westerns most reputable suppliers of offcampus housing? London Property Corp., offers the newest homes in the best student areas. Western students should be concerned with their studiesnot house problems. Let London Property Corp.s team look after all your housing needs. Call Bill anytime 519-670-0327. billh@londonproperty.ca 6 BDRM. #1 student rentals. Newly built red bricks in all the best student areas around campus and downtown! Includes 5 appliances. Huge, spacious rooms with massive closets. Networked for Internet and parking included. These ones always go fast so call soon. Call John anytime at 519-495-7661 or email samm@londonproperty.ca

GREAT 6 BEDROOM units available. Large bedrooms with lots of closet space. Great location, very close to the heart of campus! Live in style with 5 appliances, free parking, free maintenance and full time property management. Call Nathan anytime at 519-495-5363.

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#1 STUDENT RENTALS . 2-7 Bedroom units in the best students areas around campus and downtown. Houses/apartments and townhouses available. All in great shape, and most include dishwasher and washer/dryer. Call John at 519859-5563 for more info or email johnm@londonproperty.ca 1 BEDROOM AVAILABLE in 3 bedroom townhouse. Wharncliffe/Oxford area. $412/month. 5 appliances, near bus stop, quiet. Call Ted 519-697-5746 or 1877-582-9004 or ken@soundinvestments4.com 2 BD. APARTMENTS. 519-854-0505. One of the closest 2 Beds to Campus, close walk and steps to 2 Dundas bus route. Heat and Water Included. Newly Renovated Kitchens. Hardwood floors, and free parking. Call Zach 519-854-0505 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS available. Hardwood floors, large common area, and newly renovated kitchen. Right on the #2 Dundas 7route, closest 2 bedroom to the heart of campus. Contact Sam today 519-495-7661. 2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS, the closest 2 bedrooms to UWO. Hardwood floors, loads of space. Great student area, right on Western bus route. Great price, and some utilities included. Loads of free parking. These places truly are a steal!! Call Nathan at 519-495-5363 or email nathanc@londonproperty.ca

3, 4, 5 bdrms at 217 Sarnia. Live at one of the most popular student corners in London. Within steps of campus, you cant get closer. All of these units have big common rooms and spacious bedrooms. Live in style with 5 appliances, free parking, free maintenance and full time property management. Call Zach anytime at 519-854-0505 4 BDRM BRAND new red brick townhouses, apartments and single homes for rent. Most feature 5 brand new appliances, huge rooms and closets, open concept kitchen/ living room, free parking, free grass cutting and snow removal, and a 24 hour maintenance line. Located in great student areas. Act fast- these wont last. For more information call Zach at 519-854-0505 4 BDRM NEW Red Brick townhouses, apartments and single homes for rent. Features 5 appliances, huge rooms and closets, open concept kitchen/ living room, free parking and networked for internet! Located in great student areas. Act fast- these wont last. For more info call Nathan: 519-495-5363 4 BDRM NEW Red Brick townhouses, apartments and single homes for rent. Most feature 5 appliances, huge rooms and closets, open concept kitchen/ living room, free parking and networked for internet! Located in great student areas. Act fastthese wont last. For more info contact Sam at 519-495-7661. samm@londonproperty.ca 4 BDRM REDBRICK apartments for rent. Why not live with Westerns most reputable suppliers of offcampus housing? London Property Corp., offers the newest homes in the best student areas. Western students should be concerned with their studiesnot house problems. Let London Property Corp.s team look after all your housing needs. Call Bill anytime 519-670-0327. billh@londonproperty.ca

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2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS, the closest 2 bedrooms to UWO. Newly renovated kitchens, hardwood floors, loads of space. Great student area, right on Western bus route. Great price, and utilities included. Loads of free parking. These places truly are a steal!! Call me (John) at 519859-5563 or email johnm@londonproperty.ca 2, 2 BEDROOM apartment styles to choose from. Located very close to Campus. Hardwood floors, free parking, laundry, and free snow and lawn care. Call Bill anytime 519-670-0327. billh@londonproperty.ca 3 BDRM APARTMENT Near the Ceeps. 17 Yale St. Two-level apartment, all utilities included. Wi-fi, parking, laundry, dishwasher. Available May 1st. $500/bedroom. Call, email or text Steve at 519-8715235, e-mail for pics wegman@sympatico.ca. 3 BDRM APARTMENTS for rent. Why not live with Westerns most reputable suppliers of off-campus housing? London Property Corp. offers the newest homes in the best student areas. Western students should be concerned with their studiesnot house problems. Let London Property Corp.s team look after all your housing needs. Call Bill anytime 519670-0327. billh@londonproperty.ca 3 BDRM TOWN houses and apartments. These units are just steps from campus at the corner of Sarnia and Western road, right next to Perth and Essex residence. These units all have spacious bedrooms and common areas. All come with free parking, maintenance and full-time property management. Call Zach anytime at 519-854-0505 3 BEDROOM APARTMENTS at the corner of Richmond and Huron. This 7 unit apartment complex of 3 bedrooms is steps to the front gates. Students always love these traditional hardwood floor units. Brand new kitchens, huge bedrooms and living room, balcony. Rent includes heat, water and free parking. Call Zach right away to book a tour 519-854-0505

4 BDRM TOWNHOUSES near all amenities. These 4 bedroom townhouses are 3 floors and 2 washrooms for 4 people! Bedrooms are spacious, bright and have huge closets. Free parking and property management. Call Zach anytime at 519854-0505. zachs@londonproperty.ca 4 BDRM. **#1 student rentals** Newly built red bricks, right across from campus!! Dishwasher, washer/dryer include. Huge, spacious rooms with massive closets. Networked for Internet and parking included. These ones always go fast so call soon. Call John anytime at 519-859-5563 4 BED. TOWNHOUSES located on Oxford right by campus. Live in style with 3 floors, 2 washrooms, and very spacious rooms with large closets. 5 appliances, free parking, networked for internet and 24 hour property management. Contact Nathan today 519-495-5363, nathanc@londonproperty.ca 4 BED. TOWNHOUSES located on Oxford right by campus. Live in style with 3 floors, 2 washrooms, and very spacious rooms with large closets. 5 appliances, free parking, networked for internet and 24 hour property management. Contact Sam today 519-495-7661, samm@londonproperty.ca 4 BEDROOM AMAZING. Newly build large luxury apartment. Super central location backing onto park, parking, 2 bathrooms, 5 appliances, ceramic and hardwood floors, hi-speed internet, $475-$500/bedroom. On bus route, 2km to campus, walk to shopping and downtown. View at www.oxfordrentals.ca or call Wendy 519-667-0047

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