Comedy can be divided into four basic categories: raunchy, slapstick, eighties and intellectual. The raunchy era’s earliest beginnings can be traced back to the absolutely hilarious fart scene in Blazing Saddles, and has since evolved to the gross-out gags of There’s Something About Mary and American Pie. Slapstick is probably the easiest to categorize, originated […]
September 2, 1999
Volume 96, Issue 9
Stories from the September 2, 1999 issue of the GW Hatchet.
It’s a well-known fact that I, a GW student, pay a lot of money to attend this University. In an ignorant bliss, I would like to believe that my money is going toward things that will benefit me and my fellow students. I would like to think that my money is part of what pays […]
David Holt is to be commended for a wonderfully written article on the glorious – and inglorious – days of the GW Football Program. As (probably) one of the few Washington, D.C., natives teaching here, I was born within the sound of the crack of a bat from the old Griffith Stadium and remember attending […]