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In the Spotlight: Rachel Gollay

Turn your radio to KTCU 88.7 FM "The Choice" on a Monday night, and you'll most likely hear an eclectic mix of indie, underground and local music. You'll also hear friendly yet quirky voices talking to you throughout the mix. But have you ever wondered about the person behind the voice? Meet Rachel Gollay, a senior radio-TV-film and English major, who is co-host of a Monday night show on KTCU called "The Cassette Deck." Gollay has co-hosted the show since 2006 with her best friend of 10 years, Leslie Ward, a senior radio-TV-film major.

Museum contemporary sculpture exhibit to close soon

A newborn baby, still bloody from the womb sits to the right - the size of a large pickup truck. On the left, a couple lies cuddling with worried looks on their faces, and each of them no more than one foot long.This is a scene viewers will experience at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, which is currently hosting the works of renowned contemporary sculptor Ron Mueck.

According to the Modern's Web site, Mueck, who began his career making puppets for Jim Henson's "The Muppet Show," has lent 13 of his sculptures to the museum for this special exhibit that opened June 24.

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