October 7 , 2003  
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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

WCalendars search continues

Club Phoenix
WCalendars Meet & Greet
Sat. Oct. 4, 2003

With the help of WCalendars, Western's sexiest were gathered in a single room.

After spending this past week photographing potential models, Saturday offered the calendar's organizers a chance to unwind amongst the hottest of the hot. Your trusty A&E team understood the importance of such an event and were there to scope out everything from the dozens of models to the quality of drinks and hors d'oeuvres provided.

Lucas Atkins, who began the WCalendars project in 2001 as a way to raise money for 9/11 victims, was pleased with the calibre of the group. He stressed he was interested in people who wanted to help raise money, rather than those simply eager at the prospect of appearing in the calendar.

The meet-and-greet brought organizers together with models in hopes of narrowing down the list and separating the charitable from the self-absorbed. The crowd consisted of a blend of personalities; some were genuinely a quality package of good looks and friendly dispositions, while others were quick to push and shove their way to the calendar's organizers in hopes of making a grand impression.

Other highlights of the evening included the comedic, borderline pathetic reality that some people attended the event despite the fact they had already been axed. Also, the mirrors located near the bar were incessantly used, as a narcissistic few thoroughly enjoyed checking themselves out.

-Lori Mastronardi


 

 

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