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\ OPEN TALENT CALL Ginger McDonald Contract pending with Cbsden Morgan Agency, LA Class of 2004 Micheal Green Signed with Talent Ink & The Osbrink Agency, LA Kurt Swick Signed with The Cosden Morgan Agency & Weston Talent Mgmt., LA THE INTERNATIONAL MODEL & TALENT ASSOCIATIONS LOS ANGELES CONVENTION AND COMPETITIONS The Nikki Pederson Model & Talent Academy is pleased to announce it will be hosting a scouting event in Bryan on Tuesday, March 26, and Thursday, March 28 for the International Modeling & Talent Association Convention. Actors, Actresses, Singers, Dancers and Models are encouraged to audition. The IMTA is a distinguished and legitimate avenue to meet agents and begin learn ing about a career outside the Brazos Valley Market. If you are selected to attend the LA Convention and Competitions you will have the opportu nity to audition for and interview with scores of modeling and talent agents, you might never have the chance to meet otherwise. It is truly a once in a lifetime event for the aspiring model and talented individuals. Nikki Pederson Talent had an Outstanding 90% Agency callback rate at the last International Model & Talent Convention & Competitions. Stars like Katie Holmes, Elijah Wood, Jessica Biel & Cover Girl Model, Jessica White, along with many others were discovered at an IMTA Convention. TO SCHEDULE YOUR AUDITION: CALL NOW! 9 79-822-5104 604 EAST 32 nd , BRYAN, TX 7 7803 • Open to ages 8 years and older • No experience is necessary • A personal photo/snapshot is required! Taylor Wolken Signed with Kazarian, Spencer & Assoc. Inc. & GEM Entertainment Group, LA Class pf 2005 Sarah Sledge Signed with Discover Inc. Mgmt. LA lessica Schultz LA contract pending, lessica has been cast in the World Famous Palo Duro Canyon Musical - Texas J Rlocfr Party @ Melrose March 23, 2002, 12-Spm • In front of buildings 7&8 UK dj * Inflatable Slltfe * IrPIffllaB ehallenise -.testaura»^^fet:Sr stV,ne Volleyball tournament * Gladiator jousting ($200 cash prize) "Restrictions apply. See leasing spedallist for details. fl/ldyse. 601 Luther Street West • College Station. TK 77840 • 979.680.3680 • www.melrose.com Friday, March 22, 2002 AGGIEIH} the battalioi REEL CRITIQUE Time Machine Directed by: Simon Wells Starring: Guy Pearce and Samantha Mumba Dreamworks Pictures Hopeful young scientist Alex (Pearce) jour neys back and forth and around the clock in The Time Machine, hoping to change the past and re invent the future. The film blends action, romance and horror into a science fiction adventure that is heavy on the fiction and not on the science. This movie tells a story — an unpredictable, intriguing story —- without turning into a lecture on the physics and philosophy of time travel. Unlike other time travel movies, this one DOES not get bogged down in the rocket-science details of trying to determine nonsense such as, “if Alex goes back in time and meets his past self, will the universe explode?” Alex tries to prevent a horrible accident by building a time machine and going back to the night of the catastrophe only to find tragedy still strikes. Set in New York City in the late 19th century, the 21 st century and so far into the future that time must be measured in hundreds of millennia, the filmmakers have created a visually-entertaining movie aside from any plot and dialogue consider ations. Alex sees the evolution of technology and society and the work of geology, all from his time-defying contraption. Instead of having Alex overwhelmed by suddenly living in an electrorr and automated New York City or a retrograi planet Earth, the character stays focused out. goals, anD, yet while awed, is no less deternit: In this film, plot and prociuction makeupfa what is lacking in script and performae (Grade: B) —Thomas Phil I ■K orship Directory STssemSCif of god ‘Episcopal Bethel Temple Assembly of God 2608 Villa Maria, Bryan 776-4835 Sunday Worship 10:15, 6:00 pm Sunday School 9:00 www.startel.net/bethel St. Thomas Episcopal 906 George Bush Dr. • College Station, TX 696-1726 Services - 8:00 (Rite I), 9:00 (Family Service-Ftite II) and 11:15 a.m. (Rite ll-for late sleeping Ags) 7:30 p.m. Evensong Next door to Canterbury House, the Episopal Student Center ^Baptist V\(pn-E>enominatwnaf Fellowship Free Will Baptist Church College & Career Class You are invited to a Bible study especially for students. Sunday mornings at 9:45 1228 W. Villa Maria 779-2297 For more information contact Marcus Brewer: 731-1890 m-brewer@tamu.edu htft)://www,fe!lowshipfwb : org CathoCic St. Mary’s Catholic Center 603 Church Avenue in Northgate (979)846-5717 www.aaaiecatholic.ora Pastoral Team Rev. Michael J. Sis, Pastor Rev. Keith Koehl, Associate Pastor Campus Ministers - Deacon Bill Scott, beacon David Reed, Martha Tonn, Maureen Murray, Dawn Rouen Daily Masses Mon.-Fri.: 5:30 p.m. in the Church Tues. & Thurs.: 12:05 noon in the All Faiths’ Chapel Sat.: 2:00 p.m. (Korean) Weekend Masses Sat.: 5:30 p.m. (English), 7:00 p.m. (Spanish) Sun.: 9:00, 11:00 a.m., 5:30 p.m., and 7:00 p.m. Confessions Wed. 8:30-9:30 p.m., Sat. 4:00-5:15 p.m. or by appointment. Community Church 1 1 Sundays W 10:00am <§>The Hilton I Small Groups ^ meet weekly ^4 260-1163 WWW.COMCHURCH.COM EentecostaX Cornerstone Church ' Mid Week Small Group Meetings 1 Sunday Service at 3:00pm on George Bush, just across from campus at the College Station Conference Center. 485-8744 EresSyterian CftUTcft of Christ A&M Church of Christ 1901 Harvey Mitchell Pkwy. (979)693-0400 Sunday Assemblies: 8 a.m., 10:30 a.m., Sunday Night: 6 p.m. College Bible Class 9:30 a.m. Mid-Week “Oasis” 7:30 p.m. Aggies for Christ Call for on-campus pick-up info www.aggiesforchrist.org Covenant Presbyterian Church “A welcoming community of faith who reaches out, cares for one another & proclaims the love of Jesus Christ to all" 220 Rock Prarie Road (979) 694-7700 G. Thomas Huser - Minister Sunday Service: 8:30 & 11 a.m. Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Aggie Classes: 9:45 Prayer & Praise on Tuesdays: 7:00 p.m. fax: (979) 696-4334 www.covenantpresbyterian.org United Methodist Independent (Baptist Texas Avenue Baptist Church 3400 Hwy. 6 South, C.S. (979)696-5972 Sunday: College Bible Study 9:30 a.m., Worship Service 10:30 a.m., Family Worship Service 6:00 p.r Shuttle van service from campus: leave from Mosher Circle 9 a.m.. All Faiths Chapel 9:15 a.m., returns to campus after worship service - noon Call Mike for more information 693-5972 A&M United Methodist 417 University Dr. (on Northgate) • 846-8731 The Te try to imj with a w Center on Tulsa e the road, Overall, tl a loss to L looking to “They lineup tha A&M hea< still a dan enced pi a; ready to p You have I The ms the No. 2( After Fridi three-week opponents "We w; Kleinecke home, esp have given The Agj and one do whfch has since losing The pla; been impre sophomore Hedberg, i opponents their 13 wii “Double all year Ion to continue I 5 Church at 8:30, 9:45, 10:50 College Sunday School 9:30 & 10:45 Sr. Pastor Dr. Jerry Neff am-umc.org To advertise on this page call i»i The Battalion today! 845-2696 7