Visit: Tragedy, romance,
and grotesque comedy
JULIE THOMPSON - STAFF
sometimes seems that Bowdoin students need more things to talk about.
Everyone has experienced those awkward silences at dinner, with
roommates or team members, when you know you should be talking about
something, but either no one can muster the energy to start up a
conversation or there simply isn't anything worth discussing that
hasn't been hashed out many times before (election, anyone?).
lowers his standards
SIMON MANGIARACINA - COLUMNIST
am sinking to a new depth of poor taste. At first I was happy to
report that I actually watched a movie that I enjoyed for this week's
column. I don't know if any of you have noticed, but recently the
movies I have been watching have been absolutely terrible.
PHILIP LEIGH - COLUMNIST
apologize for the lack of Maine Brews for the past couple of weeks,
but I have been involving myself with such trifles as figuring out
what I'm going to do with my life and winning an unprecedented third
straight League A Intramural Soccer Championship. Although not a
beer, Carlo Rossi receives the highest praise from this column.
Film Society brings you the Moutainfilm Festival
Trains, and Automobiles:
R.S.V.P. The Romance
of Transportation Through
in the Desert Part 6: The Sting
week in the Pub