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'Cycle of violence' places blame on U.S.In Kevin Warnke's opinion column ('Patriotism with restraint,' Sept. 14-16, 2001) he claims he is afraid of the terrorists. That is quite understandable. But ' ¦


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’Master Harold’ examines freedom

Tangling with such themes as race and paternal loyalty, Athol Fugard's 'Master Harold and the Boys' unfolds as a painful and important vision of a boy becoming a man in the mid-20th century South African world, one deeply rooted in prejudice.  


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Race-based admissions a necessary evilChad Novotny's recent letter to the editor ('Race-based admissions don't promote equality,' Sept. 10, 2001), while underscoring the fact that the affirmative action process is not ' ¦


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They’re moved by the music

A dark stage with bodies intertwined and rolling across the floor. Smooth and flowing beats course through the air in the nearly empty theater. Suddenly the lights come up and the limbs flailing in the air synchronize to the rhythm and glide over each other, infinitely complex. Seemingly impossible twists and bends appear in the performers' arms and legs. 



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