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Andy Tau & Jocelyn Hsu

The romance began in a slightly sketchy, albeit familiar, way. On his brother’s advice, J. Andy Tau ’07 was trolling

NEW MUSIC: Snoop Dogg, "Tha Blue Carpet Treatment"

3 stars (Doggystyle/Geffen) Now that Snoop Dogg runs the most successful rent-a-thug service in hip-hop (see “Buttons”), why does he

Uneasy Lies the Leader’s Crown

“Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown.” That key line from Shakespeare’s “Henry IV” is prominently quoted in both

The Queen

The Queen Directed by Stephen Frears Miramax Films This fall, the most engrossing conclusion to a movie features a frumpy

Fifteen Things Not To Say During A Recruiting Interview

1) The stag film didn’t demonstrate the full range of my personality. 2) This is a narcotics anonymous meeting, right?

DVD Review: Fists in the Pocket

Directed by Marco Bellochio Peppercorn-Wormser/ The Criterion Collection 4 Stars Marco Bellocchio’s “Fists In the Pocket” follows a murderous epileptic

Classic Movie: Mr. Arkadin

Directed by Orson Welles Cari Pictures/The Criterion Collection Orson Welles’ “Mr. Arkadin” is another one of those “ask your blackmailer

15 Things To Buy With Your Leftover Board Plus

The year is winding down, yet most students remain rich through the magic of Board Plus. If only we could


Many seniors kick back after their thesis is completed and get surprised with a swift kick from oral examinations. An

Popscreen: Gnarls Barkley

Gnarls Barkley “Crazy” Dir. Robert Hale “Crazy,” the first single from the team of Cee-Lo Green (the soul machine) and

Classics: Stage Door (1937)

Directed by Gregory La Cava RKO Radio Pictures Inc. “We started off on the wrong foot. Let’s stay that way.”

The Sentinel

Directed by Clark Johnson Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation 3 stars Leaving the screening for “The Sentinel” I overheard the


Morrissey “Ringleader of the Tormentors” (Attack/Sanctuary) 3.5 Stars According to an article in the ultra-hip mag The Believer, consummate mope-rocker

Blackalicious Keep It Positive

“Yo, no more of that negative bullshit,” said opener Fatlip as he cut off the performance of his single, “What’s

Classic Movie: Airplane! (1980)

Directed by Jim Abrahams, David Zucker and Jerry Zucker Paramount Pictures “And that was the beginning of my drinking problem…,”