Month: March 1999

Record panel of experts weighs in with Academy Award predictions

The best thing about Oscar night is when it’s over. Don’t get me wrong, I have nothing against the Oscars themselves.

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Endellion Quartet displays virtuoso talent, group unity

Saturday in Brooks-Rogers, the world-renowned Endellion String Quartet played a concert of colossal proportions.

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Wilco’s ‘Summer Teeth’

The longest song on Wilco’s Summer Teeth is the one about “searching for a home,” an appropriate metaphor if ever there were one for a group of musicians so thoroughly uncomfortable with its own history.

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Shalit’s proposed ‘Return to Modesty’ misunderstands gender

Although much lauded by the conservative press and well publicized in the mainstream media,

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Mindless ‘Wing Commander’ competent but bland

Well, the movie gods have deserted me again. After seeing Wing Commander, my fourth bad 1999 movie in a row, I find myself compelled not only to write about how it was such a bad movie, but to write an analysis of bad movies in general. Let’s go.

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Lorca retrospective ‘In Word and Image’ opens

“To tell my life I would have to say what I am, and once life is the narration of what already was.

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Sangeet offers tasty authentic Indian fare

Sangeet, an Indian restaurant located on Route 8 in Pittsfield, somehow manages to keep its dignity in the midst of a strip mall of fast food restaurants.

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Clark photography exhibit examines recent acquisitions

It is easy to forget that photos are a construct, and like any other kind of art a form of artistic expression in which the viewer is obligated to see what the artist presents.

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Students should consider wider array of careers

To the Editor: We read with concern the article in the February 23rd issue of the Record, “Navigating the Straits of the Post-Graduate Job Market.”

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Fish giveaway upsetting to student

Dining Services’ special dinners are usually greeted with enthusiasm by the student body, and rightfully so.

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