Thursday, March 21, 2002 Volume 67, Issue 113

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Body art: Pre-nursing junior Kristina Vegafria receives a hand-painted henna tattoo Wednesday at the University Center during the Muslim Students Association's Islamic Art Show.


In responses issued Tuesday and Wednesday, the Student Government Association's Election Commission offered no remedies and directed some blame toward current SGA members for Election Code violation complaints filed by independent SGA presidential candidate Fabian Sifuentes. The two-man commission defended election calendar delays that communication junior Sifuentes said aided the incumbent Student Voice Party.

This year's Student Government Association was responsible for blocking the paving over of Frontier Fiesta, extending the hours of the library, more convenient book loans and temporarily halting the closure of the Chinese Star restaurant across the street, according to SGA Vice President Brandon Butler.

Note: The following is a list of films opening this weekend. Along with a brief synopsis, the list is intended to provide moviegoers with general information about the films. These are not movie reviews.

The game went 11 innings and was filled with stunning defensive plays on the part of both teams, and thwarted many chances to capitalize on some brilliant offensive plays.


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