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  • In a play of quirky personalities and therapy sessions,

    New Theater Production is ‘Stepping Out’

    In a play of quirky personalities and therapy sessions, "Stepping Out" actors tapped their way onto the stage Friday. "Stepping Out" is a British comedy with "strong musical elements," said Diana Demartino, 26, an assistant stage manager. While there is no singing, there is a lot of dancing in this story of a tap class full of students with more passion than talent.

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  • The Career Center hosted the Make Your Best Impression event yesterday in the TSU, to help students prepare for the Internship and Job Fair next Wednesday.

The event featured five panelists from various companies that talked about making good impressions on employers at interviews.

    Career Center Hosts “Making Your Best Impression” Workshop

    The Career Center hosted the Make Your Best Impression event yesterday in the TSU, to help students prepare for the Internship and Job Fair next Wednesday. The event featured five panelists from various companies that talked about making good impressions on employers at interviews.

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  • April 16

5:26 a.m. Property Vandalism

The frame and permits were ripped from the wall and missing from the first elevator in the parking structure on Gym Drive. There was also damage of an unknown type around the elevator on the first level. A report was taken.

    Cop Blotter

    April 16 5:26 a.m. Property Vandalism The frame and permits were ripped from the wall and missing from the first elevator in the parking structure on Gym Drive. There was also damage of an unknown type around the elevator on the first level. A report was taken.

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  • The Militia Group:

Copeland-

The band's third release, Eat, Sleep, Repeat, is a return to the emotional, melodic and complex sound of the Florida band's first record, while still retaining the catchiness of the rock-based second album. Singer Aaron Marsh's vocals are gentle and at times almost angelic, which works just as well on the more upbeat songs as well as the quiet, introspective ones.

    Home Grown: Label Stars

    The Militia Group: Copeland- The band's third release, Eat, Sleep, Repeat, is a return to the emotional, melodic and complex sound of the Florida band's first record, while still retaining the catchiness of the rock-based second album. Singer Aaron Marsh's vocals are gentle and at times almost angelic, which works just as well on the more upbeat songs as well as the quiet, introspective ones.

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  • Even after gracing the stages of Germany, Seattle and San Diego with his tenor voice, Timothy Proctor wishes he could have performed on the stage of CSUF's new Performing Arts Center.  The CSUF alumnus graduated in 2000, just a few years shy of the opening of the new center, and it's probably the only time the word shy can be associated with this witty performer.

    The Titan Tenor

    Even after gracing the stages of Germany, Seattle and San Diego with his tenor voice, Timothy Proctor wishes he could have performed on the stage of CSUF's new Performing Arts Center. The CSUF alumnus graduated in 2000, just a few years shy of the opening of the new center, and it's probably the only time the word shy can be associated with this witty performer.

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  • No Pressure No/Rover





Though James Zabiela and Nic Fanciulli have completely different styles as DJs, together their groovy tunes may just stay on repeat on iPods all over for the next few months. Especially with their collaboration on No Pressure/Rover, their first under the One Plus One moniker.

    MUSIC REVIEW: One Plus One (James Zabiela + Nic Fanciulli)

    No Pressure No/Rover Though James Zabiela and Nic Fanciulli have completely different styles as DJs, together their groovy tunes may just stay on repeat on iPods all over for the next few months. Especially with their collaboration on No Pressure/Rover, their first under the One Plus One moniker.

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  • Optimism in E Minor


Optimism is an ironic title for an album when most of its songs shine light on the harsh reality and sadness of life.

The refreshing part is the focus on quality lyrics, that are thoughtful and thought-provoking, but the weakness lies in its lack of variety in accompanying music.

    MUSIC REVIEW: Broken Poets

    Optimism in E Minor Optimism is an ironic title for an album when most of its songs shine light on the harsh reality and sadness of life. The refreshing part is the focus on quality lyrics, that are thoughtful and thought-provoking, but the weakness lies in its lack of variety in accompanying music.

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  • Tales of lust and identity are at the core of the new film Perfect Stranger. Rowena Price (Halle Berry), is a New York reporter determined to link the death of her friend to ad executive Harrison Hill (Bruce Willis). To uncover clues that will provide evidence against him, Price changes her name to Katherine and gets a job at Hill's agency.

    MOVIE REVIEW: A Perfect Stranger

    Tales of lust and identity are at the core of the new film Perfect Stranger. Rowena Price (Halle Berry), is a New York reporter determined to link the death of her friend to ad executive Harrison Hill (Bruce Willis). To uncover clues that will provide evidence against him, Price changes her name to Katherine and gets a job at Hill's agency.

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