Volume 96, Issue 6
Friday September 6, 2002
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LAST UPDATED: Friday, September 6, 7:00 p.m.

AFTER COUNTLESS BIRTHDAY DISAPPOINTMENTS, HE FINALLY GOT HIS SLIP AND SLIDE. Engineering soph "Cowboy," aka Jordan Davidson, proved that contrary to what Bon Jovi believes, cowboys prefer riding on make shift water slides to steel horses during Frosh Week activities on Concrete Beach.

Photo by: Dave Van Dyck/Gazette
IF WE BUILD IT, THEY WILL COME. Construction workers battled to re-construct the University Drive Bridge.

Photo by: Beth Kerim/Gazette

IT'S THE WESTERN VERSION OF THE "YMCA." Fourth-year English student and arts soph Karen Vandergust shows how much she likes living in the Western village.

Photo by: Niru Somayajula/Gazette

FROSH WEEK 2002
THIS IS TWICE AS COMFORTABLE AS MY STIFF RESIDENCE MATTRESS. First-year social science student Rob Friday gets some much needed rest by Concrete Beach.

Photo by: Niru Somayajula/Gazette

FROSH WEEK 2002
"AND SHE IS... SAFE AT HOME PLATE!" Melissa Beccario made the right call by plunging into everything Frosh Week has to offer before she started her first-year kinesiology classes.

Photo by: Niru Somayajula/Gazette

FROSH WEEK 2002
ALL SMILES. First-year social science student Nicola Mchale (left) and first-year ACS student Dawn Jones (right) appeared to be enjoying their Frosh Week.

Photo by: Niru Somayajula/Gazette

FROSH WEEK 2002
THE LAST THING HE WAS HEARD TO SCREAM WAS "FREEEEEEDOM!" Frosh Week is a fun time for all, but does require a little sacrifice from time to time.

Photo by: Parham Rasovlinijad/Gazette

FROSH WEEK 2002
I'M SURE GLAD I LEFT NORTH BAY EARLY TO DO THIS. Health science soph "Bubbles" proves her concentration and dedication truly makes her a "life-saver" for her frosh.

Photo by: Parham Rasovlinijad/Gazette

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