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WESTERN’S DAILY STUDENT NEWSPAPER • EST.1906 • VOLUME 103, ISSUE 64 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 2010

PINNING CEREMONY
UBC frats
renting out
houses
By Fadesola Adedayo
Gazette Staff

Fraternities at the University of
British Columbia are cashing in
on the 2010 Winter Olympics by
renting out their bedrooms.
Five of the eight frat houses
in the “fraternity village” have
decided to rent out their houses
to athletes. The village is located
near UBC’s Thunderbird Arena,
where the Olympic hockey
games will take place.
While several fraternities are
participating, the decision was
not entirely made by the resi-
dents.
At Psi Upsilon, the fraternity
alumni decided to rent the Brett Higgs/Gazette
rooms on behalf of the students. $24,000 IN TUITION AND ALL I GET IS A LOUSY PIN? Students of the class of 2012 collaborative nursing (BScN) program took part in a pinning
“Because the house is owned ceremony yesterday afternoon in the Great Hall. The ceremony symbolizes the importance of the role of nurses and the profession overall.
by alumni, we do not own the
contract of the house, the alum-
ni does,” Kyle Mitchell, president
of Psi Upsilon’s Zeta Zeta chap-
ter, explained. “So they made the
LTC drivers seeking Western institute to aid
decision on what to do with the
house.”
safety measures Canada, U.S. relations
While most members were
able to find alternative housing, By Gloria Dickie departments and faculties are also
a committee was formed to help
some who were unable to find a
Video cameras seen as answer Gazette Staff expected to participate.
Abelson noted feedback from
place to live. By Teresa Arnone occupation.” Western faculty are talking to Amer- potential American collaborators
According to Mitchell, frater- Gazette Staff While violence applies to all icans — and Canadians — in hopes has been positive. Even the Canadi-
nity members spend about $730 operators equally, it also applies to of shedding light on Canada’s rela- an government expressed interest.
a term to rent a room in the Female bus drivers with the Lon- passengers, according to tionship with our southern neigh- “There is no other institute in
house, including food. By rent- don Transit Commission are push- Ducharme. bour. Canada devoted exclusively to
ing out the space, many of the ing for security cameras to be Elgin Austen, director of West- The recent establishment of the studying Canada-U.S. relations,” he
frat members will make a profit. installed on buses. ern’s Campus Community Police Canada-U.S. Institute at Western is said. “I think it’s the right time and
However, Mitchell was unwilling The installation would be in Service, said cameras are a deter- a national first. perfect opportunity for Western to
to comment on exactly how response to operator assault and rent for people who may want to Don Abelson, director of West- harness some of its intellectual
much the fraternity stands to violence, which has been an ongo- commit violence. ern’s Centre for American Studies resources and build the type of inter-
make. ing issue for the past 10 years, “It does help with the overall and a co-ordinator of the Institute, national profile that our new presi-
At Alpha Delta Phi — another according to John Gillet, vice-pres- safety of the passengers and the dri- believes there is still a need for for- dent [Amit Chakma] is looking for.”
fraternity located in the village ident of the Amalgamated Transit vers,” he said. malized studies on American poli- The institute is currently in the
— the decision to rent rooms Union Local 741. Austen also noted violence tics, culture and history. process of forming research teams
was made by the residents. “Our main concern is how to against bus operators can interfere Research concerning American- with hopes they will be able to pro-
“[The decision] could not address concerns of violence in the with safe driving and put passen- Canadian relations has been de- duce working papers, seminars and
have taken place without the workplace,” Larry Ducharme, LTC gers at risk as well. emphasized in academic institu- organized workshops within a year.
approval of the students,” Tim general manager, stated. “We have Megan Radford, a fourth-year tions in the past, with many Cana- Laura Stephenson, a political
Laidler, house manager of Alpha gone through, over the past four student at King’s University College, dians thinking they are already science professor at Western and
Delta Phi, said. “It was some- years, a number of things where we said she rides the bus on a daily well-informed about the U.S., Abel- member of the Centre for American
thing that we brought to a meet- deal with advocacy on stricter basis and has witnessed verbal son said in an interview with West- Studies, has already launched a
ing back in May and students enforcement and penalties for acts abuse towards operators but never ern News. study on behalf of the Institute.
made a resolution at the stu- of violence against transit workers.” physical violence. “We hope that by understanding The research project is designed
dents’ annual general meeting.” Ducharme said the Occupation- Radford did not believe each other better, [Western] will be to assess the attitudes and percep-
Terrie Eastmade, assistant al Health and Safety Committee are installing cameras would improve in a position to inform policy mak- tions of Canadians towards the U.S.
executive director of Alpha Delta in the process of assessing how to bus safety. “All they can do is find ers, journalists and fellow acade- and vice versa.
Phi’s international chapter, best implement security cameras. the person after [the incident has mics about what’s going on in the Stephenson noted she was in
noted the decision to rent the “This project could run in the happened] and it won’t stop the United States,” Abelson explained. the preliminary stages of launching
rooms was made locally. area of $800,000 to $1 million, and events from happening at that He added Canada is in a better an Internet survey to garner sam-
“The international [chapter] this money was approved in the moment.” position to advance its national ples from both sides of the border.
had nothing to do with this,” 2009 budget,” he noted. Andrew Beach, Huron councillor interest south of the border by stay- Abelson is optimistic about the
Eastmade said. The motivation behind this pro- for the University Students’ Coun- ing informed about the U.S. Institute’s future in the hands of
Laidler mentioned the wind- ject was the increasing violence cil, once witnessed two passengers The institute plans to examine Western students and staff.
fall reaped from the rentals being directed towards female fighting on a bus, which escalated important North American issues “When you combine faculty
would go into much-needed operators. into verbal abuse against the driver such as health care, trade, border research interests with an insa-
house repairs as well as a stu- “There seems to be more vio- when they were asked to get off. security, the environment and dif- tiable desire on the part of under-
dent bursary to be given out at lence directed towards female “The conversation now is timely ferences in foreign policy in regards graduate and graduate [students]
the end of the year. operators,” Gillet said. “Female vio- because of the threat or belief that to Afghanistan and Iraq. for courses dealing with the United
“It is very positive for the stu- lence is more prominent in the there will be increased violence Three Western research centres States, you create a perfect synergy
dents. They’re all benefiting public eye, but risk factors are the towards bus drivers in light of the will form the core of the new insti- to allow this kind of institute to
from this greatly,” Laidler said. same for males and females in this strike,” Beach said. tute and scholars from other flourish.”
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In February we will be publishing our annual Sex Issue. Over the next month this survey
questionnaire will be available in THE GAZETTE. Readers are invited to fill in their
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11. Have you ever faked an orgasm? (Y/N) ___________________________________________________
12. Did you partake in first-year floorcest? (Y/N) - What is the strangest/dirtiest thing you or your partner has said during sex?
13. Do you enjoy talking during sex? (Y/N) ______________________________________________________
14. Have you ever said the wrong name of your partner during - What’s the strangest object you’ve masturbated with? _________________
intercourse? (Y/N) ___________________________________________________
15. If yes, did you finish? (Y/N) - What are the greatest lengths you’ve gone to have sex?________________
16. Have you forgotten the name of your partner during sex? (Y/N) ___________________________________________________
17. Immediately after sex, do you generally: (Clean up? Cuddle? Go about your - Have you ever used a sex toy during sex? ________________________
own business? Turn on TV/Music? Sleep? Other?) ___________________________________________________
18. Have you ever said “I love you” for the explicit purpose - Have you ever had a one-night stand? __________________________
of having sex? (Y/N) ___________________________________________________
19. Do you tend to be dominant or submissive? - Have you ever had sex while travelling abroad to a foreign country?
(Dominant, submissive , neither) ___________________________________________________
20. Have you ever fantasized about someone else while having sex? (Y/N) - Have you ever gotten a serious injury/broken a bone by having sex? If yes,
21. How many times per week do you masturbate? what body part? _________________________________________
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Sports ON DECK:
Men’s basketball... Thursday

Buzzer beater buoys
Western in overtime
Anderson dominates again
By Erik Giajnorio inside ourselves and give some-
Gazette Writer thing that maybe they weren’t sure
they had to give today.”
The Mustangs were playing for In the second half, Western ral-
more than just themselves on Sat- lied around Anderson, the team’s
urday. leading scorer. Anderson shot the
At the third annual Shoot for a lights out, scoring 28 points while
Cure game, the Western Mustangs using her leadership to keep the
women’s basketball team won a team calm during the see-saw bat-
nail-biter, defeating the Brock Bad- tle.
gers 76-75 in overtime. “If not for Amanda, we’re not in
However, Western was unable to the game. She spurred the come-
keep up with Brock’s high tempo back,” Barrie said.
offence early on, allowing the Bad- Western and Brock traded the Brett Higgs/Gazette
gers to jump out to a 38-27 lead at lead numerous times in the fourth THE BADGERS PLAY A RATHER APATHETIC STYLE OF DEFENCE. Mustangs guard Beckie Williams (15) puts
halftime. The Mustangs had to quarter, eventually playing to a 64- up a shot over Badgers guards Devyn Cunic (12) and Britt Pegg (10), while Amanda Anderson (14) looks on.
make changes after the first half. 64 tie. Anderson put on a clinic, contributing 28 points, seven rebounds and six assists. Meanwhile, second year guard
“We had to pick up the ball more Fifth-year star Lauren Parkes, Kelly Mouldon scored the game-winning bucket with one second remaining in overtime.
in transition and slow it down. We who was playing through illness,
had to get out on the shooters. We led the way for the Mustangs in up a last-second play for Anderson. performance.
let them go off in the first half,” overtime with four points, includ- However, Brock shut her down. The Mustangs’ next game goes
Western guard Amanda Anderson ing a strong drive along the baseline Instead, Parkes threw the ball to tonight at Alumni Hall, where they
noted. to give Western the 74-72 lead with sophomore guard Kelly Moulden, will try to knock off the division
At halftime, former Western stu- only 18 seconds left. who nailed the last second shot to leading Windsor Lancers.
dent Theresa Carriere gave a heart- “Hopefully it’s the kind of oppor- give the Mustangs the victory. Saturday’s event raised $3,200,
felt speech about her battle with tunity that lets her understand her “Parkes was supposed to get it, donated to Carriere and her One
cancer. Her speech sparked the capabilities,” Barrie said of Parkes’ and I was supposed to set a back Run campaign. Since winning her #14 AMANDA ANDERSON
Guard
Mustangs in the third, as they went strong play. “If we’re going to com- screen for Amanda, but then I just battle with cancer, she has been
Psychology V
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WOMEN’S HOCKEY — GUELPH 5, WESTERN 4

Quick start for ‘Stangs undone by late collapse
By Kaitlyn McGrath a power play goal by Jody Hodgins. make a difference.” sloppy giveaways became the game, Western was sitting in fifth
Gazette Writer However, it didn’t take long for After a goaltending substitution recurring theme for the Mustangs. place, three points behind Guelph.
Western to reclaim the two-goal lead. between periods, Guelph looked The Gryphons made Western pay, “Those two really important
Despite an early lead, the Mustangs After having her first goal of the like a new team. The Gryphons scoring three goals to secure the points we gave away today. We can’t
failed to hang on to the win. game waved off, Seedhouse man- maintained strong pressure in the come-from-behind victory. afford that anymore,” Cook said.
The Western women’s hockey aged to score Western’s second offensive zone, resulting in a goal by “Confidence is a very sensitive As much as this loss stings, the
team opened up its two-game shorthanded goal of the game. team leading scorer Jessica Zerafa. issue and it can disappear in a Mustangs refuse to dwell on the
weekend with a heartbreaking 5-4 If there was one bright spot in “We stood back on our heels,” heartbeat,” Cook said. “We need 60 past and are looking toward the rest
loss at home against the Guelph this game for the Mustangs, it was Seedhouse said of her team’s break- minutes of mental toughness and of the season.
Gryphons on Saturday evening. their strong offensive play on the down. “We got a bit nervous because we didn’t get that.” “We all know that we should
After the game, Mustangs head penalty kill, which resulted in two Guelph is such a good team.” The loss comes at a crucial time have won this game,” Seedhouse
coach Paul Cook expressed his dis- goals. Those nerves carried over to the in the season as the playoffs are said. “We are just going to put this
appointment with his team’s play. “Penalty killing is really impor- third as poor defensive play and quickly approaching. Prior to the behind us and stay positive.”
“Grave errors cost us the hockey tant,” Cook said. “That was one of
game today,” he said. “Giveaways the issues that we went over before
and poor defensive play in our zone the game today and executed fairly Box Score UWO Seedhouse, (13) 16:25 (SH)
really hurt us.” decently.” 1 2 3 F UWO Rellinger, (4) 19:53
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Capturing
LTC Violence
Drivers for the London Transit Commission are worried
Banning laptops, more of a LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
roadblock than a solution Western pride
about their safety. From snarky student comments to vio-
lent assaults, all forms of harassment have been aimed at
drivers and now they’re asking for security cameras to be
installed, with the hopes of deterring crimes. felt as students
According to John Gillet, vice-president for the Amalga- their attention between several different
mated Transit Union Local 741, bus driving is rated ninth in
occupations that experience violence in the workplace. In Zwellin’ it
tasks. Removing the computer takes the
student out of their element and forces
cheer diversity
an article in today’s Gazette, Gillet also noted harassment like it is them to learn in an environment that is To the editor:
with bus drivers is nothing new — it’s a problem that has uncomfortable and unfamiliar — it hin- My friend Jonah is a transfer student
been commonplace with LTC for the last decade. Arden Zwelling ders learning. from York University.
Apart from the occasional snide comment, students Sports Editor Banning laptops is not a solution — Upon arriving at Western, he
appear to have a fairly positive relationship with bus dri- only a roadblock. Do instructors really expressed to me his uncertainty
vers. Even after a month-long strike, driver-student ten- I’m writing this in class. think barring laptop use is going to stop about how the students here would
sions seem to be minimal, or even non-existant. Howev- As I type this column, students with students from finding another mode of react to one of the major tensions
er, union reports suggest this friendly relationship is not an incredibly misjudged sense of enti- distraction? Are you going to take away often found on university campuses
the rule. tlement are complaining about airport the pen and paper they doodle with? that actually caused him to leave
It’s easy to see how late night routes through rough security — in a journalism class. I’m not Confiscate the Gazette whose Sudoku York: the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
neighbourhoods could create potential for criminal or missing much. and crossword they tackle and whose At York, mass public demonstrations
unsafe behaviour on buses. Bus drivers are easy targets But in some classes I’m forced to stow headlines they skim over? Limit the and intense verbal arguments even-
for misdirected anger or anyone under the influence, away possibly the greatest learning tool mind that wanders off to day dreams of tually culminated into a threatening,
especially on a deserted route. to enter the classroom since lined paper beaches and baseball and what that cute uncomfortable atmosphere for many
Installing some form of surveillance on buses would — because an attention-craved instruc- student two rows up looks like in their pro-Israel students, like Jonah.
not only deter violence against drivers but also could pre- tor thinks I’m not listening or benefiting skivvies? This past week, I felt a strong
vent other crimes such as drug deal, or harassment from the lecture. There are other solutions to student sense of pride when my friend real-
between passengers. These cameras could also be used Yes, I’m listening. Yes, I’m absorbing ennui. Instructors could always, you ized that he had indeed made the
in emergency situations, such as finding missing persons information. Yes, I participate in the know, give an engaging and thought- right choice to transfer here. As you
or lost children. class when the discussion revolves provoking lecture. There is no substitu- may know, Israel Day took place in
Unfortunately, it’s unlikely the city will see immediate around, you know, something that mat- tion for interesting material delivered the atrium on Jan. 5. This day empha-
results from video camera installations. After all, the vio- ters. And no, my mark will not be affect- by an individual who is passionate sized many positive contributions
lent acts being committed seem mindless rather than ed negatively by my laptop. about it. The best instructors realize Israel has given to the world, while
planned out. And here’s the kicker: A large amount students will approach their lecture highlighting Israel’s unique culture.
While video surveillance might have no effect in the of students actually use their laptops to with about as much interest as they London’s locals also got involved, as
short term, in the long term it could lead to criminals augment their learning — not to write show in giving it. the Hebrew school brought out its
being caught. There will always be people who act out, for the Gazette like me. Mike Atkinson — also known as the choir to add a community aspect to
with or without cameras, but having some form of sur- While I admit there is a segment of instructor for “Super Psych with Dr. the joyous event.
veillance increases the chance deviants will be caught and students who are chatting or playing Mike” — is probably the most recog- The positive and comfortable
punished. games, the majority are searching for nized post-secondary instructor to atmosphere felt by the programmers
Cost is also a large concern. With recent wage increas- that psychological study the instructor accept the changing learning styles of and the people who attended the
es and ever-slimming budgets, new surveillance equip- mentioned as a sidenote. They’re look- students and adapt his lectures to them. event is something not all universities
ment will only add another cost. ATU 741 has explained ing up the late 19th century poet I took his intro to psych class four years can provide. Jonah was, for lack of a
initial costs will be high, but also noted maintenance costs whose works inspired the author being ago and more than 75 per cent of the better word, “surprised” there were
will be low. In the end, the safety of drivers should be more studied. room used laptops, yet everyone was no counter rallies or demonstrations.
important than the cost of installing cameras. However, Oppressing the entire class because intently focused on the lecture and used Israel Day epitomized our Universi-
that shouldn’t prevent LTC from examining other options of a few sour apples who aren’t paying their devices to further their education ty’s mission to celebrate diversity in
such as a “Call help” button connecting to a police line, attention is unreasonable. Students have by typing up notes or researching the an institution of higher learning. I
similar to the alarm system installed in most cabs. tools that can deliver libraries and ency- psychologists and studies he men- would like to thank the Western stu-
Overall, a video surveillance system seems promising, clopedias of information to them in an tioned. dent body for continuing to provide
especially after taking into account the success of similar instant — why would you take that Atkinson engaged and compelled a this comfort when clubs exercise
programs in Toronto. Last September, media outlets away? group of 800 students by presenting their freedom of speech, and the Uni-
reported on a man who set fire to the seats of a Toronto The current university student, born interesting, relevant material in an versity Students’ Council for main-
Transit Commission bus. He was later caught with the in the very late 80s or early 90s, has engaging way. Obviously he’s an excep- taining an accepting, non-hostile
help of footage from cameras in the bus. grown up with the Internet and limitless tional instructor, but is it so hard to ask atmosphere.
Although every case may not have the same success resources at their fingertips. They multi- the average professor to do that for a —Sam Strasser
story, video surveillance is worth it, even if it means only task endlessly and are adept at splitting class of 50? HBA I
one less violent act will be committed on an LTC bus.

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ArtsEntertainment

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HOPE THEY’RE READY FOR SNOW. Australian trio The Necks bring their experience and on-stage improv skills to Museum London Friday to kick off this year’s LOLA concert series.

LOLA series starts strong with jazz trio
The Necks’ stop in London a testament to flourishing local arts scene
By Maddie Leznoff come out,” he continues. “That’s hour long. Despite playing together
Gazette Staff one of the things we’re proud of at for such a long time, maintaining a
LOLA — that we’re developing an level of freedom on stage is impor-
If you’re in the mood for impro- audience for adventurous musical tant to the band.
vised, experimental jazz-trance experiences.” “Obviously, after being together
music by an Australian band, you’re But don’t think you have to be a for 22 years, we sometimes slip into
in luck — veteran band The Necks music connoisseur or a huge jazz familiar territory,” Swanton says.
are coming all the way from their fan to enjoy the unusual stylings of “It’s impossible to re-invent the
sunny homeland to headline the The Necks. wheel every show, but each one of
first installment of the London us would feel we were letting the
Ontario Live Arts concert series Fri- other side down if we start plough-
day evening at Museum London. “That’s one of the things ing too-familiar terrain.”
The folks who bring unique The opening artists for the LOLA
musical talent to the city every Sep-
we’re proud of at LOLA — series show are from a bit closer to
tember for LOLA Festival are contin- that we’re developing an home. Todor Kobakov, a Toronto
uing the tradition, and are ecstatic audience for adventurous composer-producer-musician, has
The Necks — a trio that has released training in classical piano but his
14 albums — are hitting the stage. musical experiences.” current music is alternative and is
“[We’ve] been following The —Paul Walde, influenced by pop.
Necks for quite some time,” LOLA Artistic Director “I consider him a virtuoso,”
explains LOLA artistic director Paul Walde says. “He plays beautifully
Walde. “They were on our radar as but is also creating beautiful com-
someone who we would like to get “Jazz is only part of what we do, positions. It’s quite romantic, quite
but probably never would because and I don’t think it’s necessary to beautiful and ethereal type music.”
they’re in Australia.” have gotten on top of that particu- Transmorphous Sound Ensem-
The band is fortunately able to lar music in order to appreciate ble comprises Chris Meloche and
pass through London after a perfor- ours,” says bassist Lloyd Swanton. Richard Moule, both CHRW radio
mance in Toronto this week. Walde “I think one thing that makes our hosts, and will perform first.
says their visit is an indication of the music [comparative] is that we work “People don’t always know what
flourishing local music scene. with very simple material,” he they’re going to get at a LOLA con-
“We’re on the radar with some of explains. “We set up some sort of cert, because there’s always an
the presenters and the artists and mood or texture or groove, and eclectic range of things,” Walde
they’re starting to call us,” he says. because the respective elements are says. “But I think they recognize
“It’s nice that when bands are plan- generally pretty discernible, even a that it’s always going to be quality.”
ning these international tours, Lon- listener with no knowledge of the The first LOLA concert series of
don […] is one of the stops that genre can hear something’s hap- the year takes place at Museum
people are considering now.” pened — they can follow the twists London on Fri. Jan 22 at 7:30 p.m.
“Bands like The Necks usually and turns of our pieces fairly easily.” Tickets are $20 at the door, or pur-
have to rely on a larger urban centre The Necks are also known for chase them in advance at Grooves Gazette File Photo
to find enough people who are their improvisation on stage, and or at www.lolafest.com under MINIMALISM IS SO IN RIGHT NOW. Todor Kobakov, a “virtuoso” from
interested in that type of music to some of their pieces are up to an “music” for $15. Toronto, opens for The Necks.
P6 ➤ arts&entertainment theGazette • WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 2010

Poet promotes awareness
By Nicole Gibillini really a political activist so I really sivity — art is one way that you can
Gazette Staff like to use poetry as my vehicle. I feel proactive and raise money,”
stick to that because it is what I am Kemp says.
Climate change has been a hot topic good at,” Kemp says. Kemp graduated Western with an
over the last decade and methods of Kemp, musician Brenda McMor- honours degree in English literature
raising awareness and strategies to row and dancer Ruth Douthwright and is successfully achieving her
make effective environmental collaborated for the event to create goal of trying to connect herself and
changes are becoming a bit of a an interactive show by lifting the the London community to Western.
challenge — but something fresh, poetry off the page through music, “I loved my experience [here] but I
creative and politically charged has sound and movement. The poetry [haven’t] felt a connection with
been brought to our attention. all relates to the environment or cli- Western and the community since I
Western’s writer-in-residence mate change. have been back,” she says.
Penn Kemp is the brain behind the One of the poems in the event’s The sights and sounds of Lumi-
sound opera Luminous Entrance, an script is about earthquakes. Kemp nous Entrance are an effort to Want a pair of tickets to Guns N’ Roses at the
Ecco Poetry event which is celebrat- coincidentally reviewed the poem entice and inspire climate change John Labatt Centre on Jan. 25?
ing its CD/DVD release tomorrow to put in the show one day before awareness.
night at Brescia University College. the Haiti crisis happened. Luminous Entrance takes place Enter for your chance to win by answering the question
“National Poetry month in April “I think the total relevance of the Thursday Jan. 21 at 7:30 p.m in the via the Gazette’s Facebook or Twitter account:
always has a theme and a few topic and presentation is important Brescia Auditorium. Tickets sold at What is the name of Guns N’ Roses first album?
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send in ideas for the theme and I frightened by things like Haiti and Circle members, students, seniors Check out uwogazette.ca for more info
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theGazette • WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 2010 arts&entertainment ➤ P7

Modernboys have nothing on Whipping Wind
CONCERT REVIEW
ing and Converse sneakers tapping slogged through material from their band’s showcase.
at CTO. freshly released LP, Carta Marina. MBMG’s performance of their
The Wind’s most successful tune Though the room filled up with song “My Baby Says Boy, Don’t
was “Out,” which featured a more plaid shirts and pashminas, You Ever Go,” arguably the
cacophonous, thunder-like synth Nightwood did not receive the catchiest song offered on their
Performance: Set List: sample and a catchy trumpet hook. same enthusiasm from the audi- MySpace page, fell short in the
Openers: Worth the $$$: James’ catalogue of smart and ence as James and friends. live arena as the boys could not
Crowd: dirty indie-rock ditties was an apt Aside from a song called properly recreate the well-execut-
opener, but his exceptional song “Sunken Mountains,” which boast- ed harmonies vital to the record-
crafting and boyish, yet confident ed a memorable chorus melody ing’s success.
By Ed Murphy with a quick set of original songs stage presence warranted a prime and showcased the rougher timbre A brave attempt at Nirvana’s
Gazette Writer and charmingly dorky stage moves. time slot. of Goodwyn’s vocals, Nightwood’s “Aneurysm” was not enough to coax
“Tidal Wave,” a strum-heavy romp Following The Whipping Wind’s act fell dangerously close to medi- the audience to truly “come on over
At 10 p.m. on Saturday, a tall, lanky with pretty, distorted chords, a all-too-brief set was Montreal-based ocrity. Once past the novelty of two and do the twist” — instead, many
figure commandeered the stage of crooning vocal delivery and inter- Nightwood. Clad in their loveliest sweet young girls with heavy metal- had already left having enjoyed only
Call the Office with a gritty guitar spersed trumpet yelps received dresses, Amber Goodwyn and Erin looking guitars, there was little orig- a mildly entertaining bill.
and two mates. This figure — Lon- much love from the initially small Ross opened their performance with inality or intrigue. While the show was advertised
doner Andrew James — looks just audience. the eerie one-note plucking of Headlining the event was anoth- as Nightwood vs. Modernboys
like the boy-next-door. But secretly, James could play this track with “Heavy Magic is Coming”. er three-piece collective, Toronto’s Moderngirls, it seems the competi-
this boy can rock. an acoustic guitar and melt your With two fuzzed-out garage rock Modernboys Moderngirls. Front- tion was for second place as both
Under the alias “The Whipping mother’s heart, but when ampli- guitars and folky-sounding female man Akira Alemay quickly set the groups were simply dust in the
Wind,” James opened the evening fied, it had skinny-jeaned legs mov- vocal exchanges, Nightwood pace and tone of his punk-pop Whipping Wind.

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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20 THURSDAY, JANUARY 21 FRIDAY, JANUARY 22 SUNDAY, JANUARY 24 February 18 to 28
ARTS CLUBBING CLUBBING CLUBBING Food Fusion London
Dagmara Genda & Kristin Ivey Karaoke Finally Famous Karaoke foodfusionlondon.ca
Forest City Gallery, 258 Richmond St. The Wit’s End Pub, 235 North Centre Rd. Ceeps, 671 Richmond St. Molly Bloom’s Irish Pub
February 24
LIVE MUSIC LIVE MUSIC LIVE MUSIC 700 Richmond St.
Wilco
Jann Arden, 8 pm, $52.25 to $62.25 Mike O’Brien Band Mel’s Rockpile LIVE MUSIC
Centennial Hall
John Labatt Centre, 99 Dundas St. Molly Bloom’s Irish Pub, 700 Richmond St. Molly Bloom’s Irish Pub, 700 Richmond St. Cuckoo’s Nest Folk Club, 7:30 pm
Western Idol Quarter Finals Part II SPECIAL EVENTS SPECIAL EVENTS $15 advance/ $18 at door March 6 and 7
8 pm, The Spoke and Rim Tavern, UCC, UWO Chaucer’s Pub, 122 Carling St.
Benefit Concert for Haiti Earthquake Starry Night Skate Women’s Lifestyle Show
THEATRE Victims, 7 pm 6 to 8 pm SPORTS London Convention Centre
The Last Five Years, 7:30 pm Performers include: Oxford Learning’s 4th Annual Starry Night London Knights
Emm Gryner, Light of East Ensemble, Skate. Skate, visit the animals, see the lights vs. Peterborough Petes, 2 pm, $15 students March 8
$25.73 to $49.35
Grand Theatre, 471 Richmond St. Clark Bryan, Marion Miller, Julia McGregor, and get warm with a hot beverage. Food items John Labatt Centre, 99 Dundas St. Alicia Keys
Jenny Nauta, The Alfredo Cajax Latin Ensem- being accepted for the London Area Food Bank Western Mustangs John Labatt Centre
THURSDAY, JANUARY 21 ble, Fraser, Love Guitar Quartet, Storybook Gardens, 1958 Storybook Lane Women’s and Men’s Volleyball
Jennifer Thorpe, Bryan Gloyd, Mosaic March 15 and 16
ARTS SPORTS vs. York, 1 and 3 pm
Tickets available by donation at the Aeolian Alumni Hall, UWO An Evening with Our Lady Peace
Astra Taylor box office, Aeolian Hall, 795 Dundas St. E. London Knights
Centennial Hall
– No Brow: Pop, Post, Mass vs. Erie Otters, 7:30 pm, $15 students Western Mustangs Women’s Hockey
SPORTS John Labatt Centre, 99 Dundas St. vs. Waterloo, 2 pm
7:30 pm, Museum London, 421 Ridout St.
London Knights Thompson Arena, UWO
Dagmara Genda & Kristin Ivey vs. Kitchener Rangers
Forest City Gallery, 258 Richmond St. THEATRE
7 pm, $15 students
Luminous Entrance John Labatt Centre, 99 Dundas St. The Last Five Years, 2 pm
7:30 pm $25.73 to $49.35
THEATRE Grand Theatre, 471 Richmond St.
Performance of the Sound Opera,
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Brenda McMorrow, Ruth Douthwright, 8 pm, $18.90 MONDAY, JANUARY 25
and Jocelyn Drainie. McManus Studio Theatre, 471 Richmond St. CLUBBING
$15, Brescia University College The Last Five Years, 7:30 pm Karaoke
$25.73 to $49.35 Molly Bloom’s Irish Pub
Grand Theatre, 471 Richmond St. 700 Richmond St.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 22 LIVE MUSIC
ARTS Western Idol Semi-Finals, 8 pm
THEATRE Wave, UCC, UWO
Colores de Latinoamerica
Art Exhibition – Reception Mourning Dove, 8 pm Guns N’ Roses, 8 pm
7 pm, The Arts Project, 203 Dundas St. $14 student $61.25 to $87.25
Palace Theatre, 710 Dundas St. John Labatt Centre, 99 Dundas St.
Dagmara Genda & Kristin Ivey
Forest City Gallery, 258 Richmond St. Playwrights Cabaret TUESDAY, JANUARY 26
8 pm, $18.90
McManus Studio Theatre, 471 Richmond St. ARTS
The Last Five Years, 8 pm Dagmara Genda & Kristin Ivey
$25.73 to $49.35 Forest City Gallery, 258 Richmond St.
Monday & Tuesday Grand Theatre, 471 Richmond St. CLUBBING
49¢ Wing Night
Sledgehammer Bingo
Wednesday SATURDAY, JANUARY 23
Ceeps, 671 Richmond St.
Mexican Night ARTS
Buy 1 Get 2nd half price LIVE MUSIC
Dagmara Genda & Kristin Ivey
Thursday The Hoffs
Forest City Gallery, 258 Richmond St.
Texas Night Ribs Molly Bloom’s Irish Pub,
CLUBBING 700 Richmond St.
1/2 rack $9.99
Cheers THEATRE
Sunday
Molly Bloom’s Irish Pub, 700 Richmond St.
All You Can Eat The Last Five Years, 7:30 pm
Sunday Brunch SPORTS $25.73 to $49.35
(excludes Byron location) Western Mustangs Men’s Hockey Grand Theatre, 471 Richmond St.
vs. UOIT, 7:30 pm UPCOMING EVENTS
3rd Annual Jack Frost Cup
John Labatt Centre, 99 Dundas St. January 28
Western Mustangs Women’s and 3rd Annual Student 2 Business
Men’s Volleyball Networking Conference
vs. Ryerson, 1 and 3 pm London Convention Centre
Alumni Hall, UWO
THEATRE February 1
100106

Mourning Dove, 8 pm, $14 student Motley Crue, John Labatt Centre
1290 Byron Baseline Rd. W.
(at Boler Rd., Byron) • 519-471-7098 Palace Theatre, 710 Dundas St.
February 1 to 27
Playwrights Cabaret, 6:30 and 8 pm
685 Adelaide St. N. London 5th Annual Juried Miniature Show
$18.90, McManus Studio Theatre, 471 Richmond
(near Oxford St.) • 519-679-1888
The Last Five Years, 2 and 8 pm February 4 www.ceeps.com
1225 Wonderland Rd. N. London $25.73 to $49.35 Chantal Kreviazuk, Centennial Hall join us on
519-657-0597 Grand Theatre, 471 Richmond St.
: The Ceeps

Molly Bloom’s 30¢
Wings
Irish Pub Monday &
Tuesday
Domino’s Sunday and Monday
it’s London’s best KARAOKE
Accepts Prize giveaways!
Western Drop by, have some fun!
091209

One North & U.W.O.
Meal 519-675-1212
(519)

Cards 672-3030 700 Richmond St. at the tracks
1673 Richmond St. N www.mollybloomslondon.com

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
Rib &
39¢ Wing Ladies Karaoke
Wings
after 7PM Night Night Night Thursday

Friday & Saturday Sunday
It’s The After 10PM - Dance Kids Under 10 Eat Free, Brunch
Place To Be! to Live Music or DJ Menu, $10 Pitchers after 8PM
100106

235 North Centre Rd (corner of Richmond & North Centre Rd.) 519-850-9487