October 24 , 2003  
Volume 97, Issue 31  

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Kids need imaginary violence

Comic book artist and screen writer Gerard Jones, author of the book Killing Monsters: Why Children Need Fantasy, Super Heroes and Make-Believe Violence and whose credits include Batman, Spider-Man and Pokémon, speaks to The Gazette about the benefits of violent entertainment.


Verses and vignettes: Some violent lyrics and scenes

A Clockwork Orange - The lead character Alex de Large gets involved in "ultraviolence," robbing a woman and killing her by dropping a giant ceramic penis on her.


1 girl + 1 guy = 1 good match?

Over 150 applicants applied for the upcoming universitysingles.ca blind date (which will be taped and broadcast on TVWestern), but the field has now been reduced to a mere six candidates. Two of the following people will be going out next Fri., Oct. 31, on a date consisting of dinner at the City Hall Restaurant and a night at Club Phoenix.


Seven decades worth of Urquhart's artwork

For those who imagine becoming an accomplished artist requires an easel and a pallet of oil-based paint, the exhibit Power of Invention: Drawings from Seven Decades by Tony Urquhart proves otherwise.


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ON DISC

Barenaked Ladies

Young and Sexy


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