Kathy Wang

Name: Kathy Wang
Position: Page Editor
Graduation Year: 2005
Kathy Wang, a Magnet junior, is funny, blissful, ambitious, impatient, and a sucker for spell-check. She loves listening to just about all genres of music and going to the movies. Her favorite movie starts are Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant. Her favorite movie of all time is Notting Hill (go figure). She enjoys playing on the Blair tennis team and practicing her violin (which she rarely does). Kathy looks forward to driving and having a successful year on the paper!

Stories (5)

AFI celebrates National Hispanic Heritage Month

By Kathy Wang | Sept. 12, 2003, midnight | In Print »

The AFI Silver, located in downtown Silver Spring, provides audiences with a variety of movies from silent films to new releases. From September 18 to 28, the theater is planning a Latin-American Film Festival in celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month.

SGA plans September 11 commemoration

By Kathy Wang | Sept. 10, 2003, midnight | In Print »

As the two-year anniversary for September 11 approaches, SGA has been planning ways to commemorate those who died.

Locker distribution delayed by shortage

By Kathy Wang | Sept. 4, 2003, midnight | In Print »

The increase in student enrollment may lead to a potential shortage of over 400 lockers, said Business Manager Anne Alban. The current Blair population of 3,500 is more than 400 students above the school's capacity.

Johnny English: English humor fit for family

By Kathy Wang | July 24, 2003, midnight | In Print »

Johnny English may seem like the typical spy movie parody. It features a scaled-down version of the explosions and car chases of an action movie intermingled with comedic scenes funny enough to make you bend over with hysterics. However, unlike its predecessors' predilections for vulgar jokes, Johnny English premiers genuine, innocent humor that is rarely seen in theaters.

Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle: Friendship made in Heaven

By Kathy Wang | July 1, 2003, midnight | In Print »

Full Throttle is bound to leave you filled with exhilaration as you exit the theater. Two hours of blasting music and Matrix-like fighting is enough to knock you off your seat. Yet, after digging through the brutal action, what remains is the crazy, true-blue friendship among three girls. This underlying emotional aspect overshadows the hollow plot and repetitive slow motion contortions, making the film a worthwhile 105 minutes.