April 8, 2004  
Volume 97, Issue 100  

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Theatre Western is the shiznit

After a lacklustre 2002/03 season, Theatre Western pimped out an amazing year. January’s Purple Shorts, a festival of one-act plays, featured entirely new productions, all written and directed by students. Next up was the sell-out Don’t Tell Mama, a musical theatre revue featuring a phenomenal cast of powerhouse vocalists. And finally, the season ended on a remarkable note with the Kander & Ebb musical Cabaret, at Talbot Theatre.

When you’re abroad, bag the flag


When I was packing last spring for my post-university Asian/Australian adventure, I intended to sew a Canadian flag on my backpack as it seemed the custom for most Canuck travellers. My patriotism was firmly in place and I felt something between pride and downright arrogance when letting people know where I was from.




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