Month: May 1998

Album Reviews: Sonic Youth

I’m not actually experienced in the department, but I imagine it must be pretty tough being Sonic Youth; as much pressure as reverence accompanies the band’s role as rock music’s reigning four-headed Methuselah.

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Album Reviews: Big Punisher

Many avid comic readers are familiar with the character known as the Punisher, who is equipped with a weapons arsenal that would dwarf that of many small countries.

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Spotlight on the Artists

Adam Sterns Tell me about your jazz ensemble.

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Student Symphony sends off seniors in style

For the first time this year, the Williams Student Symphony opted for a program that focused on one time period rather than a period spanning several centuries.

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Notes from the underground

Two weeks ago, in my column reviewing a CD of works by Witold Lutoslawski, I gave out my e-mail address in the vain hope that someone might actually have a question or comment.

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Eclectic menu of discs highlights summer music offerings

With summer just around the bend, young men’s thoughts (and those of women, too) turn from love to over-priced compact discs.

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Mixed Reviews of TMBG: An Outsider’s View

So, I’ve actually seen They Might Be Giants before. I once won free tickets to see Elvis Costello, and TMBG opened up.

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The Williams Record Women’s Athlete of the Year

Elizabeth Smith ’00

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Mixed Reviews of TMBG: A Fan’s Perspective

I have seen the future, and I know what Williams needs. We need people to fire large cannons at us, preferably on a regular basis, preferably filled with confetti.

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The Williams Record Men’s Athlete of the Year

Mike Nogelo ’98

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