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The Gazette revisits the short but illustrious history of "fake Homecoming."

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Students bustle around Western University on a typical day in October. As they filter in and out of the University Community Centre, one of the busiest buildings on campus, they can’t miss the hundreds of little blue and pink flags dotting the lawn on Concrete Beach.

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With demand for mental health services skyrocketing, the Gazette investigates student wellness on campus.

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It’s 8:30 p.m. in a study room at King’s University College. Six undergraduate and graduate students, a Western alum and a professor sit around a table, looking up at a slideshow with statistics and articles about murders in Atlanta. A student flips through the slides, outlining cases. The o…

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With his first Vanier Cup win as a head coach, Greg Marshall has returned the Western Mustangs to the top of Canadian university football.

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Labatt Park, the world's oldest baseball ground, can be found in the heart of downtown London.

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Gregg Wolfe sits at a bar — it's decked out in colourful guitars, chandeliers adorned with skeleton figurines and bright Day of the Dead murals along the walls.

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Today, EDM is a chart-topping $6.2 billion industry with a flourishing scene right here in London.

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