Opposite page-Dancing at Lughnasa, directed by Krista Scott, was performed February eighth, through the tenth of 2001, including the follow- ing Bachelor of Fine Arts students: Priscilla Parchia, Sar Szymanski, Craig Clary, and Jeff Prewitt. Below- Showstoppers was performed in Fulton Auditorium on April twenty-sixth through the twenty-eighth under the direction and chore- ography of Rene Pulliam. Below- Based on the Gospel according to Saint Matthew, Godspell ran from October eighteenth through the twentieth, 2001, in Fulton Auditorium. Middle Right-Directed and choreographed by Rene Pulliam, Cabaret ran March twenty-ninth through the thirty-first of 2001 and starred Mary Nye, Joey Abramowicz, and Chad Jenkins. IEREMY LODEN fc •S -ROBERT JORDAN Buried Child ran from September twenty-first and second 200 1 under the direction of Katie Simons, light design by -ROBERT JORDAN Bert Foregger, set design by Dex Edwards, and costume design by Mary Young. University Theatre
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November 5, 2001 i . De.afl. Mow and Dad, This semeseter has gone by so fast; I can ' t believe I ' ll be home for Thanksgiving in less than 2 weeks; It will be nice ot have the whole week off for the first time instead of a random Friday off for a " fall break " ; I am not, however, in the least looking foward to an 8 a.m. final on Saturday. Time has gone by so quickly; I ' m starting to get really nervous about studying abroad next semester in 5ydney, Australia; It ' s the chance of a life time, I know, and I am thankful for the opportunity to see who I really am away from everything and everyone who has made me who I am. Don ' t worry I ' ll manage somehow; Things on campus and even in Oxford have changed so much from freshmen year. We ' ve become huge patrons of Applebee ' s and trips to Super Kroger makes me really happy; I ' m not exactly sure what I think about the Super Wal-Mart; The constructon on Jackson Avenue, the new enterences by the redone Band Mall, and the new perfoming arts center are or will all be finished by this time next year. By the time I am coming here to visit my little brother the town will have grown so much. I hope it never loses the small town charm. Oxford is like my own little haven from the dreaded Veal world ' and all its harsh realities. On the morning of September 11, 2001, all that changed; I was still in bed when I heard one of the girls talking about the attacks in the hall. Turning on CNN, I watched in disbelief as terrorism struck American soil, causing the loss of numerous innocent victums. As tears rolled down my cheek, I struggled to understand how anyone could participate in an act so horrific. Over the next few weeks, I watched in amazement as not only my usually apathic generation but also entire communities rallied behind everything that is so great about our country. On campus, there was a prayer vigil in the Union plaza and service in the newly constructed Paris-Yates Chapel. Stories of heroism filled the news and even here on campus stories about actually seeing Ground Zero trickled back. There are not enough words. Over this last weekend, the Rebels and Hogs battled it out in an unprecidented 7 overtimes, with the Rebels eventually losing. The Grove is starting to look like the essence of fall with the changing leaves, and the grass is starting to suffer from foot- ball game crowds. The shops on the Square are filled with holiday merchandise already, and we can finally buy a sweater and actaully wear it! And don ' t worry Dad, I am going to class and staying on top of my homework, or at least trying. My teachers think that just because I am taking 300 and 400 level classes that all I want to do is study! I ' m still not sure if I will graduate on time, but if not I would be there with Abigail for one semester. I ' m looking forward to moving off campus, but not dealing with commuter parking or actually finding the Yight ' apart- ment! Anyway, I ' m off to a review session for my huge test on Thursday; Talk to you soon! Hotty Toddy ! Love Your Favoite Rebel Dear Mom Dad
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