P. GREGORY Maravilla

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NOTES FROM LIFE'S UNDERBELLY: David Mamet's `Glengarry Glen Ross'

I counted. Al Pacino, fire-mouthed, hell-bent and irresistably cool, had indeed said it over 160 times. "Fuck." "Fuck you." "You

Concert to Benefit Phillips Brooks House

A Benefit Concert Performances by Scott Yoo and Max Levinson Friday, October 9 At Sanders Theater Find it difficult to

Alice in Chains Digs Out More Grunge

Dirt Alice in Chains, on Columbia Records Without doubt, you've heard a sickening amount about the newest music craze in

The End of Civilization As We Know It

S OME PEOPLE SAY that this is the end of American civilization as we know it. It is difficult for

Taking the Road Less Traveled

One of the most difficult tasks confronting many seniors is the writing of a thesis. And while researching it can

Journalist Experiences Nicaragua After Dark:

Rarely can Americans fathom what goes on outside the United states. Maybe the widespread poverty and violence in American cities

Think Baby Muppets

Imagine your mother on stage. She always has something to nag you about and she makes a point of shouting

An Ear for the Lonely

For the lonely at heart, for the romantic whose ambitions have faltered, or even for the dreamers who equate love

Incest, Brits and Freudian Slips

Attitude goes a long way in show business, and the cast of What the Butler Saw certainly embodied the idea

Sadism and Flying Refrigerators

It wasn't good enough for Neil Rudenstine--he cut out at halftime. But this may have been an ominous mistake for

Stale Philosophy Hinders Giving Birth

Although most writers of philosophy disagree on the nature of man and the existence of God, they hold one value

This Play Should Go Back to School

Director James Burrell has done no justice to Moliere's classic comedy, The School for Wives. His rendition of the play

Fading East German Society

To most Americans the word "Germany" conjures up images of beer steins, Oktoberfest and high-tech luxury automobiles. But the Germany