March 27, 1998
Junior Tom Moese eats, drinks and smokes in handcuffs, preparing for
his role as a demented criminal in "Gladiator." The one-act play
is directed by junior Melissa Negrete for Directing Studio. "It is
a about a journalist who is interviewing a convict who is in jail for life
and manages to hold the journalist hostage," said Negrete. During a
rehearsal Monday night, Moese and alumnus Alex Martinez, who plays the role
of the security guard, test their memorization, while junior Janet Torres
reads the lines of the journalist. The play opens March 31 and runs through
The Office of Housing and Residential Life institutes a new procedure
for making room reservations in the residence halls.
A complete renovation of the Spot is planned for the summer of 1998,
as well as changes in the meal plans offered to residents.
Michelle Vergara, associate director of admissions, leaves the University.
Women's History Month draws to a close with a variety of activities.
The Campus Times earns recognition from the Columbia Scholastic
Guest speaker Sabina Berman discusses her new book about her Mexican-Jewish
Once again, the Summer Service Program offers students the chance to
volunteer their time.
A weekly round-up of student government business.
CPR and first aid classes, computer software seminars.