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FRAT

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The Facebook page has plenty of supporters and detractors with some students bringing up a "white trash" party, where students dressed in tank tops or other stereotypical clothing, while the frat party also brings to mind a blackface photo from last year.
These are not frat houses, technically -- PKA and ZBT letters do not hang from the homes.
Ambulance and Big Wheels are also playing, and there will also be the usual Frat Party play-list on offer at the club night - Stone Roses, Happy Mondays, soul and Tamla Motown, along with credible modern indie and a bit of punk thrown in.
I played frat and sorority parties," the 29-year-old Washington, D.
Most organizations simply can't compete with developers whose visions tend to run along the lines of pricey condominiums, not frat houses.
The makers: Director Phillips (making his narrative feature debut in the wake of his raunchy documentary Frat House) recruited Rapp--the two were classmates at New York University--to play the hero's comic foil.
Other choreographers whose work will be featured include Frit and Frat Fuller, who have participated in Praxis since its inception (Keys danced in their KIN Dance Company) and Scott Putnam, who teaches at Virginia Commonwealth University and has his own modern company, Amaranth.
This is the range of American male genital experience, from herpes to prostate surgery, from losing virginity to finding Viagra, from a straight frat boy's braggadocio to a matter-of-fact gay man's realization early on that he was different (in his case, about three times the size of his schoolmates).
Someone came up with this, and it is kind of a reach,'' he says of the Frat label, which plays off the guys-in-their-30s-start-a-fraternity concept of Vaughn's comeback film, ``Old School.
Two years ago, the room was used for the Sherman Oaks Lounge, a misplaced sports bar where bands competed with televised football games and beer-addled frat boys competed for the few girls that stumbled in.
Anyway, along the interstate, Clive and Gypsy encounter some dream- dashing types: a karaoke hostess (Karen Black) whose stab at lounge singing glory never really cut; a hunky runaway Amish fellow (Anson Scoville) looking for very non-Amish excitement; and a hunkier frat boy (``Road Trip's'' Paulo Costanzo) with closet urges.
So Kerry was an embittered hippie and Bush a drunken frat boy - both are obviously now older and wiser, and both, one hopes, have learned from their pasts.