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CDS Finalist Chosen, but Not Announced
BY ARIEL WHITWORTH

After much anticipation, the Request for Proposals committee decided not to announce a finalist dining service. Instead they postponed the final decision until later in the semester. 
As of now, the finalists Chartwells, Parkhurst and Bon Appetit remain, but according to committee members Parkhurst and Bon Appetit stand out. 
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The World
Touch Yourself, Itís Masturbation Madness
BY BILL LASCHER

Bored? Lonely? Stressed? None of the above? Why not masturbate?
And what better time to do it than National Masturbation Month. Thatís right. For the sixth year in a row, the month of May has been dedicated to one of the most common, but least acknowledged, forms of recreation in human history. 
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Climb Every Mountain: Obies don harnesses and reach for the stars on Wilder Bowl.
(photo by Claire-Helene Mershon)

 
 

Arts
Dar Williams Among Big Acts at Folkfest
BY
JESSICA ROSENBERG

The Oberlin Folkfest, started two years ago by senior Ellen Stanley and Josh Ritter (OC í99), is the perfect environment for folk: free, outdoors, low-key and friendly. And this year it has a headliner appropriate to its atmosphere in megahuge folk-pop star Dar Williams.
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Sports
Track Ends Season at Conference Championships
BY
BRIAN PITTS

Two veterans, each a co-captain and former champion, rewrote the story of their disappointing 2001 spring seasons in a single weekendís stroke of athletic genius at last weekís North Coast Athletic Conference Track and Field Championship at Ohio Wesleyan University.
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