November 6, 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 38  

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

English department successfully retells Macbeth

While this may be “the play that dare not speak its name,” the cast and crew of Shakespeare’s cursed tragedy Macbeth were unafraid to throw themselves completely into this all-around solid production.


Targets investigates harsh reality

Necessary Targets is the story of Bosnian refugee women who are slowly being mentally healed by two American psychiatrists who differ greatly in their tactics.


Dawson proves he's the scourge of CBS

Shukvision

Last Sunday night, if you weren’t watching The Simpsons Halloween episode or the Green Bay Packers laying waste to the Minnesota Vikings (yeah Pack! Booyah!), you might’ve happened upon the CBS 75th anniversary special.


Orgasmic Mayer has girls wantin' more

We made fun of his new album and we pinned him up on the Celebrity Dartboard next to Barbra Streisand — things weren’t looking good for John Mayer. Lucky for him, Mayer can put on a pretty good show. Playing to a near sold-out crowd of what seemed like Western’s entire female population (and its fraternities’ males) at the John Labatt Centre on Monday night, he delivered a playful and coy performance that just might warrant his Dartboard removal.


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