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ISSUE 118 VOL 14 PUBLISHED 3/18/2005


Casablanca still captivating

Throughout the history of the American “silver screen,” there have been times when landmark films have altered – either purposely or inadvertently – the very face of modern cinema.

'Emperor' eating 'Noodles'

s China’s global importance has grown, the tide of Chinese novels published abroad has risen accordingly, culminating with the Nobel Prize for Literature going to Gao Xingjian in 2000

Burgeoning Bollywood

Much like people, movies across the world are both wonderful and strange. In India, distinctions run from the cinema houses’ often immaculate floors to their surprisingly capacious seats to the dynamic and interactive demeanor of their audiences.

Commit, or quit?

In our position as college students – some of the most successful young people in America – we are encouraged to realize our full potential as individuals.

Satirical media replaces reality

For as long as the news as been reported, someone has always been there to cut through it using the sharp shears of satire.

Hot spots for hot dancing

With papers, labs and relationship dramas, we all know that college life can get stressful at times. One solution to this problem is salsa. No, not chips and dip, but dancing.

Life is a highway

Walt Whitman’s “Song of the Road” captures the exhilaration of a good road trip: “Afoot and light-hearted, I take to the open road. Healthy, free, the world before me … Done with indoor complaints, libraries, querulous criticisms, strong and content, I travel the open road.” Whitman must have had some great spring break road trips in his day!

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