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GavdrLer-Webb Univevsity
Friday, May 2, 2003
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Volume 6 No. 15
celebrate the
last week of
Angela Lachney
Pilot staff
Photos by Scott Holstein
Top to bottom; Kaylin Bowers gets ready for Spring Formal. David Reynolds
helps Erin Boyd prepare for sumo wrestling. Bruce Wham (right) and Charlie
Gonzalez fight against the strength of the bungee cords.
On the Inside
Last Blast Week, held
April 21-26, celebrated the
official last full week of
classes. The week was orga
nized by SEA Chair, junior
David Reynolds.
“I like Last Blast Week
because it gives me a break
from exams to do something
different,” said Reynolds.
The week was full of
events that SEA arranged to
get students to interact with
each other and temporarily
forget the pressures of
“I think it’s nice for the
school to do something for us
the last week,” said
sophomore Heather Mitchell.
On Tuesday night. The
Elms, Holland and Radial
Angel were in concert in the
“I think it^s nice for
the school to do
something for us
the last week. ”
— Heather Mitchell
Dover Theater. Friday after
noon, because of rain, the
planned “Fun on the Quad”
was held in Bost Gym. It
included inflatables, sumo
wrestling. Velcro walls and
an obstacle course. That
night, SEA and RHA co
sponsored double feature
movies, showing “Stealing
Harvard” and “Enough” in
Blanton Auditorium. The
week concluded with the
Spring Formal, held in the
LYCC, on Saturday night.
“It was really fun,” said
sophomore Megan Blakley. >
“It gives everyone a chance 1]
to dress up and feel elegant
for a night.”
More Inside
♦♦♦More Last Blast pictures on ,
page 6 ;
page 3
Almost $3K
worth of items
stolen from
men’s dorm over
page 4
Several students
prepare for
summer mission
page 7
A few tips on
how to stay
healthy during
the summer
page 9
Softball, baseball
teams finish up
season; say good
bye to seniors....
page 15
News pages 2-6
F eatures pages 7-10
Opinion pages 11-12
A&E... ..pages 13-14
Sports pages 15-16

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