April 8, 2004

Volume 100, Issue 58

Stories from the April 8, 2004 issue of the GW Hatchet.

Have we created a monster or has the monster created us?

About a month ago on the Metro, I recall reading an article in The Washington Post regarding the scientific advance of facial transplant surgery. It literally referred to slicing the face off one person and slapping it on the sanded down face of a patient far beyond the benefits of Botox. While reading it, situations […]

The prince and the killer

The Prince and Me Once in a while a film comes along that makes you feel unspeakable pain not unlike having the entire surface of your body burnt by a candle, square inch by square inch. As this happens, it’s not uncommon for your thoughts to turn to the small, starving children in Third World […]

Yippie ki-yay!

Ever wanted to see Chandler and John McClane in bed together? Well, yippie-ki-yay, motherf***ers; here’s your chance. In the Warner Brothers film “The Whole Ten Yards,” Bruce Willis and Matthew Perry reprise their roles from the original “Whole Nine Yards.” Willis’ hitman Jimmy the Tulip has retired to a life of domesticity with restless wife […]

Recalling Kubrick

On March 7, 1999, the cinema lost one of its greatest and most infamous filmmakers. He was accredited with being one of the first independent filmmakers, his career spanning more than 50 years and 13 films, every one of them memorable. These films would give rise to some of the most notorious characters the industry […]

The truth hurts. So does this play.

Cherry Red Productions has made something of a name for itself over the past nine years by being avant-garde and over-the-top. How appropriate, then, that the company’s new play, “Cinema Verite,” by Wendy MacLeod (“The House of Yes”), mocks the pop-art sensibilities of Andy Warhol and the culture that sprung up around him in the […]

Looking good, your majesty

After seeing “The Prince and Me,” I had an opportunity to join a conference call for college journalists with Julia Stiles herself, a fellow undergrad in her senior year at Columbia University. I was posed with a dilemma: how does one ask questions of an actress while harboring a disgust and apathy for said actress’ […]

Campus Calendar

Thursday Hunger Banquet 7 to 9:15 p.m. Marvin Center Grand Ballroom Sponsored by Neighbors Project, Project Health and Residence Hall Association Battle of the Bands Student bands compete for the chance to open at Spring Fling 8 to 11 p.m. Hippodrome Sponsored by Program Board “United Colors of Asia” fashion show $3 tickets 8 to […]

Death Cab: Worth the fare

Sweeping in from the West, Death Cab for Cutie converted the 9:30 Club into a sea of denim jackets and thrift-store shirts Saturday. The show went into the wee hours of the night but was well worth the sleep deprivation. A hush fell over the crowd, however, as Death Cab took the stage and went […]

SA notes

Senate-elect prepares for term The Student Association Senate-elect met Tuesday to finalize leadership positions for next year. Committee chairs are set to be Sen. Benjamin Traverse (U-CCAS) for the Rules Committee, Sen. Jordyn Cosme (U-At-Large) for the Finance Committee, Sen. Ryan Kilpatrick (U-ESIA) for the Academic Affairs Committee and Sen. Hilary Golston (U-CCAS) for the […]