Jackie Oldman and Shelley Vanderhoeven painted this piano Western Mustang purple in hopes returning students will gather and enjoy it during Frosh...
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Purple piano plays Western a welcoming tune

Craig Gilbert

The Hill will soon be alive with the sound of music.

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Canadian team evacuated from Ebola zone home

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Canada sends charter plane for scientists

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