American political tale:
"Law of Reflect" premieres
JULIE THOMPSON - STAFF WRITER
election time again… Now, before you all let out a simultaneous,
collective groan and grumble, "Not again!" let me put your minds
at ease: It's only in a play. But for the gravity of emotion and
thought-provoking issues it raises, this weekend's production of
"Law of Reflect" written and directed by Tom Ferguson '01 might
as well be the real thing. With a truly stellar cast and a roller
coaster of a storyline, "Law of Reflect" gives a powerful and gripping
look at the campaign of a man who would be president and the lives
he affects on his way to the top.
celebrate ASA Week
SARA KAUFMAN - STAFF WRITER
many changes have been taking place within various Asian student
groups on the Bowdoin campus this year, their cumulative effort
will be manifested this coming week in the plethora of activities
planned in celebration of Asian Week. Bowdoin has ushered in a new
generation of Asian students with a fresh outlook on the role that
Asian student groups should have on campus. While Asian Week at
Bowdoin has been successful in the past, this year the focus has
expanded to be more inclusive and seeks to offer something exciting
and new to all members of the Bowdoin community.
HENRY COPPOLA - PHOTO EDITOR
Currently hanging in the fishbowl of the Visual Arts Center, technically
known as the first floor, is the student art show "A Ballyhoo Banquet"
containing works by seniors Anthony Dalseth and Travis Ritchie.
If you're asking yourself what is a "Ballyhoo Banquet," welcome
to the club. While I thoroughly enjoyed several of the pieces that
comprise this show I felt lost looking at it. While I'm sure that
there was some overall motive and message that the artists were
intending to impart it was not one that I could discern. Both artists
were unavailable for comment.
women rock the lounge
Tower - 5A: A fictional series
judge a movie by its
man, the myth, the movies:
a Tom Hanks weekend