|Friday, September 8, 2000||
Volume 66, Issue 14
Concentration camp liberators honored at Holocaust Museum
Fire up the barbie
Civil technology senior William Woodfin prepares a Texas-styled brisket in the Technology breezeway for the Construction Related Industries' beginning of the semester party Thursday. The party, which offered free beer, served as a membership drive.
In recent years, public interest in the Holocaust has increased on many
levels, from feature films like Schindler's List and Life Is
Beautiful to the opening of museums dedicated to the subject around
the world, including one in Houston.
There's something to be said about getting paid to pick out things that
annoy you. With that said, here's my two cents worth ...
Way of the Gun could cause a card-carrying member of the NRA
to say, "Hollywood's gone too far with this one." Maybe they have, but
Oscar-winning writer (Usual Suspects) and director James McQuarrie
delivers one of the most well-written, witty, dark and daring action films
since Die Hard. The first 90 seconds of this picture will make your
head swivel as you look to ensure no kids are in the audience.
The Cougars and the Louisiana State University Tigers will be squaring off this Saturday in Baton Rouge, La.