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'Pump up' with
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By CHRIS LEPLEY
Having experienced most of the
trials and tribulations of the college
student, sometimes it's nice to look
back on the utter despair that was high
school angst and chuckle at teenage
naivete.
Films which attempted to define
Pump Up The Volume
Written and directed by Allan Moyle;
with Christian Slater and Samantha
Mathis.
whole generations of adolescents, like
"The Breakfast Club" and "Sixteen
Candles," struck chords in the

second phone line never occurred to
them), and Marc uses it to become a
pirate radio broadcaster.
Under the name "Happy Harry
Hard-on," a take-off on the initials of
his high school, Hubert Humphrey
High, Marc rambles on about teen
angst and the unfairness of the system,
interspersed with kick-ass music (the
soundtrack from this film is worth a
listen, as well).
The rest of the plot is pedantic,
dealing with the high school principal
(read: villain) and her fanaticism about
SAT scores, plus Marc's inability to
talk to girls which is solved when he
meets Nora, played by Samantha
Mathis. Nora is of the art-school skin,
bright-red-lipstick, dyed-black-hair

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country.
"Pump Up
The Volume" is
a cynical yet
romantic ode to
the powers of
free speech in
the hands of the
young, a film
which deserves
more attention
than it was paid
during its brief
release a few

Slater

PLACE A CLASSIFIED AD
IN THE PERSONALS
SECTION TODAY!
CALL 764-0557

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400
OTHERSd Tx-
READING THIS
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years ago.
For those uninitiated few who
missed this classic when it first graced
the silver screen, "Pump Up The
Volume" stars Christian Slater in all
his sneering glory as Marc Stevens,
your typical American teenager (of
indeterminate age, however, kind of
like the casting of twenty-somethings
as high school students in "Beverly
Hills 90210") who's parents move
from "back east" to a small town in
Arizona.
Marc's parents - ex-hippies who
have become part of the
"establishment" since Marc's dad is
now a school superintendent - buy
him a radio set so he can talk to his
friends back home (Apparently a

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extremely
realistic, and
extremely
annoying.
Marc is a
toned-down
version of
a n o t h e r
Christian
Slater role,
Jason Dean in
the film
"Heathers."
But where
was nihilistic
as well as
cynical,"Pump
Up The
Volume"
offers a light at
the end of the
tunnel. A pretty pathetic, unrealistic
kind of light, like the feeling you get
at the end of a movie like "The Mighty
Ducks" (all heart-warmed and shit),
but a solution nonetheless.
"Pump Up the Volume" tries its
best to be cynical, but it falls short,
inspiring its viewers with the
unfortunately naive belief that a
million teenagers with pirate radio
stations could make a difference in
modern America.
It makes you wish they'd have
decided mass suicide was a better
answer and tried to blow up the school,
but that was saved for another film.
PUMP UP THE VOLUME is
playing at Hillel tonight.

ATTENTION
Tuscc
St
This Fat
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udents
11, why don't you take
ing back to college
your suit case?

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Earn extra academic credit this Spring/Summer at Delta College and
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Here's a sample of the courses we will be offering this Spring & Summer:

Accounting
Advertising
Algebra (4 levels)
American Government
Analytic Geometry & Calculus
Anatomy & Physiology
Art History
Astronomy
Autocad
Biology
Business Communications
Business Law
Career Decision Making
College Composition
Computer Literacy

Computers/Programming
Criminal Justice
Differential-Equations
Drafting
Economics
Geography
Geology
History
Inorganic Chemistry
Keyboarding
Literature
Management
Marketing
Master Student
Medical Terminology

Microbiology
Music
Organic Chemistry
Philosophy
Physical Education
Physics
Pre-Calculus
Psychology
Sales
Sociology
Spanish
Speech
Statistics
Trigonometry

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