October 3, 2003  
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In brief: blind dates and borgs

Western Blind Date
Reality TV comes to campus when Western’s first blind date show will be filmed and produced by TV Western. Sponsored by Universitysingles.ca and Club Phoenix, the show will be filmed on Oct. 17 and hopes to bring together two fun and creative singles. Interested participants should sign up to be a contestant at www.universitysingles.ca.


ROBO-JESUS. One of the many works at Saturday's Cyborgia student exhibit.

Welcome to Cyborgia
Fourth-year visual arts practicum class hosts Cyborgia, an exhibit consisting of student work shown both outdoors and indoors at the Museum London site (421 Ridout St.). The one-day show happens tomorrow (Sat. Oct. 4) from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m..

U.K. musician
Matthew Jay dies

Having only released one record, 2001’s critically-acclaimed Draw, Welsh singer-songwriter Matthew Jay died on the evening of Sep. 24 after falling from a seventh-floor window. Although the circumstances of his death are still being put together, a statement released by Jay’s parents indicate “there was nobody with him in the room at the time and no note was left.” Jay was 24.

Amazing Race
To Run Again

CBS has ordered another installment of The Amazing Race and producers promise some new surprises for the fifth race. Despite low viewer ratings, the program nabbed this year’s Emmy for Best Reality Series.



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