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November 09, 2000
  Gotham's femme fatale not jokingPDF files may take a moment to load

In Gotham, the story of good and evil is not the only interesting conflict. In the first comic book of the new series Harley Quinn, we take a trip into the untold world of the criminally insane. Gotham isn't easy for a girl nowadays. Sure, there is fun, but there's also crime. And what about disillusioned love?

November 09, 2000
  Just the beginning for online musicPDF files may take a moment to load

It's hard to choose what is best about buying a new CD. It might be the trip to the record store and the anticipation as you ride home with it in your hands, barely able to wait until you can hear it. It might be ripping off that plastic wrap and the fresh smell of the inserts inside. It might even be flipping through the booklet reading every lyric and credit--like looking at a piece of art. All of this, however, is changing. And that may not be a bad thing.

November 09, 2000
  Rocking hard porn stylePDF files may take a moment to load

Carl Newman conceived the ultimate touring plan: skip the hick towns in favour of big cities and forget about living in a van for a month.

"I have a theory which might have some credence to it... if you can get popular in the major places then the smaller places just follow," says The New Pornographers guitarist/vocalist.

November 09, 2000
  Sex. Now that we have your attention...PDF files may take a moment to load

There is some good news for all the stoners and Metallica fans out there: you can get your hedonistic fix at Sex, Drugs, Rock and Roll, which runs at the Pumphouse Theatre Nov. 15-25.

November 09, 2000
  Swinging, swaying and sweatingPDF files may take a moment to load

From the look of the rehearsals, this year's Dance Montage promises to be full of energy and innovation. On Sunday afternoon, dancers threw themselves into the movements of "asdsdss" to the enthusiastic encouragements of their choreographers. This jazzed-up piece is one of many planned for this year's performance.

November 09, 2000
  Martin Sexton set to convert campusPDF files may take a moment to load

Picture this: an adoring crowd, clapping their hands and singing along to "Hallelujah," led by a most stirring preacher. But wait, something's wrong. This so-called preacher is a little scruffy. And since when did "Hallelujah" include the lines, "What about Jesus/Didn't he do it too?/Hang out with prostitutes/And have a drink or two." The preacher, aka Martin Sexton, may not be Billy Graham, but the show is turning people on in a soul-saving kind of way.

If Eric Clapton is God, then a Martin Sexton show is church.

November 09, 2000
  Third Annual Reader SurveyPDF files may take a moment to load

Yes, it's true. Good things do come in threes as once again AP hurls our annual survey at you. Answer as many as you can and drop your answers off at room 310 in old Mac Hall. You know, the part that ISN'T being renovated (despite field mice in the office). One entry will be drawn to win a fantabulous prize. Beer OK? Results in the Nov. 23 issue.

1. Best campus food vendor
2. Worst campus food vendor
3. Best food service
4. Worst food service
5. Best food deal
6. Worst food deal

November 09, 2000
  Local guys replay Summit SeriesPDF files may take a moment to load

I am sitting here with Greg Mann right now and we are basking in our own glory; we are on top of the world. That's right, you guessed it, we did indeed win the Summit Series on NHL 2000 on the Sony Playstation. Let me tell you it was not easy, even painful at times. It turned out to be a seven-game war.


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