As seasons change and spring come to full force, flowers bloom and celebration is in the air. Many people also associate spring with love.
There were four bands, great music and an audience that knew how to have fun without making trouble.
A young man sits at his computer, logging on to his favorite website and in horror shouts, “I can’t believe that Tom Cruise went down 72 points, he lost me $13,000!”
Campus and community arts events for the week of May 19, 2000.
For the fans of the garage band and the nitty-gritty, blunt, hard-cut sound, there might be a local album available to quench your selective thirsts. Recording artists Rent-A-Frend’s new release “Flocking Egg Beach” might have a place on the entertainment center CD rack.
For college students the wallet almost always seems to be a little empty, especially when the craving for new tunes comes along. Do not fret – new CDs can be bought at a fraction of the prices retail stores sell them for, the key is knowing where to shop.
Campus and community arts events for the week of May 12, 2000.
“No Exit,” by Jean-Paul Sartre showed for three consecutive nights in the Cabaret Theatre last week.
Campus and community arts events for the week of May 5, 2000.
Summer is a time for relaxing and getting the opportunity to do the things that might have impeded one’s schedule during the school year. Summer is a time to sleep in, watch television, go to the beach and attend concerts.