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|Volume 71, Issue 18,
Thursday, September 15, 2005
LIFE & ARTS
war, gender roles
Bertolt Brecht's Jungle of Cities
is a play about two men who are fighting, and it's a play about the roles
of women and men during times of war. Or is it?
Art center founder returns to
Former sculpture instructor James
Surls will return Friday to UH for the opening reception of James Surls:
The Splendora Years, 1977-1997.
Lonely gamers find friend in R.O.B.
Unlike most modern console systems,
the Nintendo came standard with two controllers making it perfect for siblings,
but what's an only child to do with no second player around to be his Luigi?
Fighters fade under sucess' bright
When the Foo Fighters entered the
mainstream music scene in 1999 with "Learn to Fly," they were a breath
of fresh air for a scene clogged with prefabricated pop groups and shallow