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ISSUE 121 VOL 8 PUBLISHED 11/16/2007

Variety

Pumpkin pie: Legend of yore or something more?

Although you might not know it anymore, there's still a major holiday in November. Some of us might remember Thanksgiving.

Cast digs into roles

People throughout the campus community await upcoming theatre productions with great anticipation. The musical "Blood Brothers," which premiered last Friday in Kelsey Theatre, was no different.

Sex on the HIll: Heterosexual privilege

I am a heterosexual woman in a committed, long-term relationship with a fellow Ole. There. I came out. Are you shocked? Saddened? Questioning my credibility as a sex columnist?

"Gangster" energizes crime genre

Frank Lucas, the subject of Ridley Scott's new film "American Gangster," is an archetypal antihero.

'Battlestar' movie anticipated

"Razor" will chronicle the story surrounding the Battlestar Pegasus, a ship that was lost and assumed destroyed following the Cylon attack on the colony of Caprica in the miniseries.

Candidates hit the 'books

There are few students left on college campuses who don't have a profile on Facebook.com. With the 2008 elections less than a year away, it is only natural that political candidates are turning to Facebook as a means of reaching out to college students.

Blessed barbecue feeds masses

As the sun set Saturday evening, the sweet scent of burning charcoal wafted over Ytterboe Lawn.

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