Monthly Archives: November 2007

Organic Foods Delivered to SU

Written by Alma Aguilar Greenling is a local Austin company that delivers organic food to your home. They offer a variety of products from fruits and vegetables to meats and breads. Most of their products are grown locally and meet … Continue reading

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Hanson is Back!

Written by Anonymous Not many people can claim to be Grammy nominees, international superstars and credible musicians in their tweens. Furthermore, not many can boast a solid discography and career spanning a decade in their mid-twenties. And so the audience … Continue reading


America's Team Once Again

Written by Martin Irish One play. One yard short. One botched hold and an unsuccessful run to the corner was all it took to end the Cowboys’ season. Tony Romo had the season slip right through his hands. He single … Continue reading

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What Does Environmentalism have to do with World Peace?

Written by Sam Allen Bollocks, I say. But to what you may ask? Here’s the situation: Mister Albert Arnold Gore Jr. and the United Nations won the Nobel Peace Prize. Sounds good enough. But what did they win it for? … Continue reading

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The Forgotten Years: Southwestern Neglects Sophomore and Junior Housing

Written by Matthew Maschino New apartments, new buildings, and new renovations are springing up all over campus, giving Southwestern an incredible facelift. With all this construction, it is unfortunate that some of the university’s most heavily used residence halls are … Continue reading

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The Megaphone Plays Guitar Hero 3

Written by Brian Tidwell On October 28, a Megaphone writer discovered that he could play guitar almost as well as Carlos Santana, that Bloc Party’s “Helicopter” is incredibly fun to play and that playing the epic “Knights of Cydonia” by … Continue reading

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California Is on Fire

Written by Caitlyn Buckley Over the past week, Southern California experienced more than 23 wildfires that went uncontained for days. Over a five day period, over 500,000 acres burned, damaging forests as well as commercial and personal property. By Saturday, … Continue reading

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While we still don’t have articles to post, there will be some next week (or heads will roll!), I just want everyone to know that I, Lane Hill, only wrote one article that had been included in any issue of … Continue reading

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Lateness Apology

Hello, dear reader.’ You’re probably wondering where the next issue of the Megaphone online is.  We are working on it, and will notify you when it is up. Until then, give a hoot and read! -Lane HillWeb Editor 

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