Monthly Archives: November 2007

Does Your Education Ever Feel Like Military Training?

By Meg Susong Prepping for the military is normally done in military schools—that only makes sense. If one wanted to go into a career in the armed forces, they would attend such notable schools as West Point, Annapolis, and so … Continue reading

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Writer's Guild Strike Shakes Hollywood

Written by Caitlyn Buckley On November 1, the Writer’s Guild of America began a strike. This is the first large-scale strike by writers since 1988, when the strike lasted 22 days and cost the television and film industries more than … Continue reading


Racism is Alive and Well, and Here at SU

Written by Vickie Valadez This morning, on the day that I intended to write this story about dominant Eurocentricity on campus, I woke up with Alanis Morrissette’s “Ironic” playing in my head. Not really related to the subject matter at … Continue reading

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Parents Should Decide if Their Kids Receive Birth Control, Not Middle Schools

Written by Regan Lemley As a junior high girl, I wasn’t too concerned about sex or pregnancy or STDs. I cared about basketball, pink nail polish, sleepovers and my annoyingly painful braces. Getting a coke after school with friends was … Continue reading

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Sigs Welcome World-Renowned Lama to SU

Written by Megan Metzger On Tuesday, November 20 the Kappa Sigma Fraternity will be hosting Lama Ole Nydahl. He is a world renowned, fully qualified, meditation master of the Karma Kagyu Buddhist tradition. Nydahl’s education in Buddhism began when he … Continue reading

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Soon to Get "Seuss"ed at SU

Written by Leslie Lube At the end of this month, a cast of 16 SU students will present “Seussical” to over 1300 children from nearby elementary and middle schools. “Seussical the Musical,” which is the musical adaptation of the works … Continue reading

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Complaint? Comments? Whataburger?

Have a comment about the website? Something you’d like to change? Or perhaps an issue with the print version of The Megaphone? Then, leave a comment here, and we’ll work to please you! Want to be anonymous or private? Well, … Continue reading

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All Hail, King of H-B/M-S Complex

Written by Alma Aguilar Many women out there may say that men are not faithful companions, but from my experience there is one that knows his duty as a male. Everyday after class, I can count on Leo to be … Continue reading

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Fun Fun Fun Fest Proves It Is No Misnomer

Written by Nicole Licea I have never heard people say “fun fun fun” as many times as I have in the last couple of weeks. If, for some reason, you didn’t know about FFF Fest, perhaps you need to rethink … Continue reading

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Soccer Season Ends

Written by Clair Booher After an exciting season, the men’s and women’s soccer team season came to an end at the hand of the Trinity Tigers. Although both teams are disappointed, they have every reason to hold their heads high. … Continue reading

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Pop Culture Invades the Public Media

Written by Caitlyn Buckley I am an information junkie. I have a strange desire to know everything that I can possibly know, preferably immediately. I watch news on the television, I read online news, and I read newspapers whenever I … Continue reading

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Korouva Gets Lit: Faulty Wiring to Blame

Written by Nicole Licea When the newly-formed guitar club scheduled their very first meeting at Korouva Milkbar on October 26, they had no way of knowing just how hot their gathering at the student-run coffee shop would end up being. … Continue reading

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