WESTWOOD — Following the reveal of the latest addition to the North Campus sculpture garden, many students expressed how disturbing it was that the sculpture did not have even a suggestion of nudity. “We’re all in shock,” said third year Ronan Caruso as she stood in front of the statue, clearly distraught from its gratuitous modesty. “It’s just…something I never expected to see during my time here at UCLA. We all feel hurt and betrayed by the faculty, frankly, and now I have to walk past this thing on the way to class every day.” Vice Chancellor Michael Beck responded to complaints by saying it would be unthinkable to add any kind of nudity to the new sculpture of Ruth Bader Ginsberg.
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Nathan is an exquisite writer and talented author. His writing is good too. He raised horses on the Iberian peninsula for 14 years, until a fallen nun named Rosina stole his herd, and his heart. They tried to reconcile during a chance meeting in Rotterdam 7 years later, but their love had been cast away, just like waking memories of a bitter autumn.