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Senior organized art show is a success

April 24, 2003 Executive Editor 0

As the year comes to a close and graduation nears, each department is giving their most talented seniors a chance to shine. “Interaction 22” was one of the art department’s programs to do just that.

A group of senior art majors have done the work, set up the exhibit, and promoted “Interaction 22.

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TheatreVCU lets hair down in lastest show

April 17, 2003 Executive Editor 0

It was a long, hard journey fighting to get into “Hair,” but once I did I realized that it was definitely worth the trouble (despite the lack of nudity that one would expect from a production of “Hair”). This past weekend VCU’s theater department presented four sold-out performances of the 1960s musical.

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Drum ‘n’ bass conference thumped Alley Katz

April 17, 2003 Executive Editor 0

Let me tell you where you should have been last Saturday: Alley Katz for the DC/VA Drum ‘n’ Bass Conference. This party was jumpin’. If you were there, you know exactly what I’m talking about, and if you weren’t, you really missed out.

There were 14 different DNB sets, and they seemed to get better and better as the night went on.

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Seeing the world through bright eyes

April 17, 2003 Executive Editor 0

Conor Oberst, singer and songwriter of the band Bright Eyes, has been writing songs ever since the age of 12. Now at 22-years-old, he has recorded four major albums.

The Omaha, Neb. native started out recording his songs on an eight-track in the basement of his house.

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The Motet flirts with brilliance on ‘Live’

April 17, 2003 Executive Editor 0

The Motet doesn’t sound that much different from your typical jam band, but what separates them from many bands that claim this moniker is talent. Despite being a group of musicians with undeniable ability, certain chances the band takes go awry.

There is a pretty distinct dichotomy on the band’s experimental new CD “Live”: songs that work out and songs that don’t.