The Johns Hopkins Gazette: April 12, 1999

April 12, 1999
VOL. 28, NO. 30

New name announced for SCS
Eugene J. Hinman to serve as interim director of Applied Physics Lab
Math team scores in top 10 in Putnam
In Brief
Employment Opportunities
Classified Ads
Weekly Notices
Weekly Calendar
Johns Hopkins Gazette Online Edition

The Return of Film Fest
Coming soon to a university near you--midnight madness, a Japanese gore-fest, The Art of Professional Wrestling and a whole bunch of "crazy flicks." Looks like the Johns Hopkins Film Society is trying to put the camp back into campus.
   The student-run group will present its second annual Johns Hopkins Film Festival this week, an event that will showcase more than 60 feature-length and short films, which will be shown in three venues on the Homewood campus. The festival's first three nights also include a midnight film show, featuring the Maryland premiere of Evil Dead Trap, a cult-classic horror film from Japan. Full story...

Spring Fair Bets on a Winning Weekend
A chapel of love, Elvis impersonators and games of chance--the only thing missing is Wayne Newton. This Vegas-like atmosphere will be transplanted to Homewood as part of Hopkins' 28th annual Spring Fair. The three-day event, whose theme is Jackpot '99, will begin at noon on Friday, April 16.
   The student-run festival is one of the largest of its kind, typically drawing more than 150,000 visitors to campus for fun, food and festivities. And this year, a little gambling.
   George Laufenberg, co-chair of the festival, said he is betting on this year's theme to be highly visible. Full story...

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