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Thursday, February 12, 2004
Monks bring art form to campus

photo Sitting on blue and teal pillows, a Tibetan monk draped in a maroon robe leaned close to the ground to touch up a yin and yang symbol the size of a thumbnail.

The symbol is a tiny detail in a colorfully intricate sand art piece called a "mandala" that 11 monks are creating in the UofA Bookstore.

Tsewang Dorje took a break from working on the mandala and sat behind the information table, dispensing literature to curious onlookers.

The group has been traveling in the United States for six months. It has visited universities and high schools in 18 states so far, sharing its culture and traditions with people across the country. [Read article]

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Sure, digitally manipulated voice samples implying the presence of God sound amazing, but can you dance to them?

Composer Daniel Asia, professor of music and head of the UA's composition program, thinks you can. As part of a celebration of Asia's 50th birthday, he's presenting his electroacoustic composition, "Sacred and Profane," in a new way. [Read article]


If your mom was like mine, she never gave you $5 to waste playing those virtual reality games when they first came out. [Read article]


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You've been there before, sitting at a traffic light in your Geo Metro. A car pulls up next to you, windows tinted, strobe lights flashing and subwoofers pumping; just for a second, you think, "I can take him."

You're wrong, and he's long gone. There's a lot more behind these tricked-out street racers and the students who built them than your three cylinders can take. [Read article]


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Every day is the 14th

I have a confession to make: I am not getting laid. For most, that's not the stuff shame is made of in fact, quite the opposite. But when your credentials are built on indiscretions, it seems like an admission better-suited to an anonymous whisper than a bold declaration. [Read article]


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