Volume 96, Issue 90
Thursday March 20, 2003

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LAST UPDATED: Thursday March 20, 2003 - 2:30 p.m.

Lawless Piano Man returns home to The Spoke

Tonight, The Spoke is getting a little more Lawless.

Former University Students' Council president Mike Lawless makes his highly anticipated return to The Spoke tonight to perform original material he has composed over the last eight years.




Western director harnesses the power of film noir

If you were in attendance at last weekend's UWO Film Festival, then you may have seen the trailer for Return to Sender.

With a runtime of about 22 minutes, the film itself – directed by third-year honours film major Rob McCallum – was too long to qualify for festival competition. Instead, it can be viewed this afternoon at 4:30 p.m. in the Western Science Centre, Rm. 55, or at its official premiere this Friday in University College, Rm. 84.

 


Shukvision: Haters: Make Love, Not Hate

A recent British study has claimed that exposure to cartoons at a young age makes people more violent as adults. Obviously, I whole-heartedly agree with our tea-drinking friends from across the sea, since I have no doubt that my entire personality has been shaped (some might call it warped) by watching years of subversive cartoons.
 




CD REVIEW: King Nancy

From St. John's, Newfoundland, King Nancy is an alternative rock outfit whose first release, To Quitta, frequently drifts into tired territory.
 




Chicago is the favourite: Cubs win! Cubs win!

To make your Oscar pool more fun, try predicting what would happen if each nominee won.


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