“Cuba and Puerto Rico are two wings of one bird.” This poetic image, written more than a century ago by the Puerto Rican poet Lola Rodriguez del Tio, comes alive in the performances of Dos Alas/Two Wings. Their inspiring show will be performed at Lisner Saturday. The Dos Alas/Two Wings project celebrates the musical traditions […]
November 12, 1998
Volume 95, Issue 31
Stories from the November 12, 1998 issue of the GW Hatchet.
The rejection of two pieces of legislation at the Student Association Senate meeting Tuesday night sparked concern among senators about the larger role of the Senate and its accountability to the student body. Bones of contention included the rejection of a bill that would require the Senate Finance Committee to meet every two weeks and […]
Sequels usually don’t measure up to the movies they follow, but I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (Columbia Pictures) comes close to surpassing the original. The original film focuses on the ordeal of four friends who recently graduated from high school. They are celebrating the Fourth of July when their car hits a […]
Contract failure The Nov. 9 editorial “Goodbye, Gingrich,” (p. 4) notes that “(Gingrich’s) Contract with America was demonized by Democrats, but many of its points were adopted and became law.” “Many” parts of the Contract with America did not become law. In fact, only one of the 10 items in the Contract with America became […]
Originally Published 11/12/98 Bar: MadhatterWhere: 1831 M St.Crowd: Older twentysomethings, Capitol Hill staffersGetting in: ID required (and scrutinized)Prices: Average, but good specialsFood: Surprisingly tastyDancing: You can try .Pick-ups: LotsPluses: Cheap drink specialsMinuses: A lot of people in not a lot of space The Madhatter is a cozy spot on M Street – a little too […]