Issue 1.2 May 2003

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Newsletter Articles:
Chris Durning Interview
Cyrano de Bergerac
Matrix Reloaded Review

Vitalis Newspaper
Issue 3:

AHL vs. Junior Hockey
Canadian Idol
Coffee House
Decriminalizing Weed
Dumb Warnings
Grad Advice
Hockey Fever
Sport of Juggling
Kiss and Tell
Music for the 21st Century
Pop Stars?
Save the World
Puppy Mills
Homer vs. Peter
When Should School Begin?
Ashamed of Colour?
Student Artwork

Vitalis Newspaper
Issue 2:

Age Discrimination
Bathroom Graffiti
Cell phones
Got Milk?
Internet Safety
The Mad Dash
Mass Media Monster
My World
Nature vs. Nurture
I Never Believed in Miracles
Proud to be a Hound
Public Transportation
Picking on Saint John
Roses, Rubbers & Rainbows
Secret, Underlying Concern
Summer Crossword
War in Iraq
Whose is it now?

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Newsletter Editor:
Paul Saulnier

Vitalis Editors:
Julia Wright
Jessica Vihvelin


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by Danielle Daigle
Four piece Halifax band Wintersleep recently played at an all-ages show held at UNBSJ’s Whitebone Lounge. They were one of three bands that graced the stage during the 2pm matinee show on the 26th of April.

The Whitebone Lounge was recently given a complete renovation making the space a much more enjoyable venue. From hardwood flooring and a new stage, to new paint on the walls/ceiling and tinted windows, the new additions were a welcome change that definitely enhanced the atmosphere of seated shows.

Wintersleep played two shows with local band Ermine while they were in Saint John for the weekend. At UNBSJ they played a very crowd-pleasing set with vocals resembling those of Eddie Vedder from Pearl Jam. At times their sound was driven solely by gentle acoustic riffs and melodic vocals while at other times they pumped out hard-hitting drums for a very intense rock feel. Needless to say, they left the audience very impressed.