Kristie Schumacher

Anti-war protestors host performances

Students Against War in Iraq helped kick off a national “Week of Cultural Resistance” Saturday night, hosting two musical performances. Twenty-five students gathered in the Marvin Center Amphitheater for a Night of Peace to show their support for a peaceful resolution to the conflict with Iraq. “It is important to show that we don’t just […]

Magazine dubs prof most beautiful

When anthropology professor Richard Grinker returned from a trip to South Africa over the summer, the last message he expected to receive was from Washingtonian magazine. A 40-year-old expert on Northeast Congo, Grinker was told he would be featured as one of Washingtonian’s “25 Most Beautiful People in D.C.” “I was not going to do […]

Raas Chaos rocks Lisner

More than 1,000 students and friends cheered and clapped for their favorite South Asian performance teams at the second annual “Raas Chaos” competition in Lisner Auditorium Saturday night. Tufts, with the only all-female group in competition, grabbed the $1,250 grand prize at the end of the night. Georgetown came in second, bringing home $750. Only […]