Monthly Archives: December 2007

Coen Brothers Still Reign Supreme with 'No Country'

Written by Sam Allen “Fargo”. “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” “The Big Lebowski”. Any of these ring a bell? They were all produced by a pair of dynamic filmmakers named Joel and Ethan Coen, better known as the Coen Brothers. … Continue reading

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Handball Competes at State Tourney

Written by Matt Trawick The Southwestern University handball team competed in the Texas State Handball Championship earlier this month, giving yet another strong performance in intercollegiate competition. This is their first tournament since the Buc handball team won the National … Continue reading

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Humor Belongs on the Back Page

Written by Hannah Adkinson The majority of the editorials in last week’s issue of The Megaphone (Issue 10) demonstrated an unfortunate increase in the use of a sarcastic, dismissive writing style that makes light of serious issues and appears to … Continue reading

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Sodexho Employees Distraught at Insensitive Claims Against the Quality of Commons Food

Written by Aaron Thomsen I should begin with an apology, because this article is long overdue; however, since it attempts to rectify what I perceive as a careless wrong, I felt best guided by thoughtful deliberation, and I have always … Continue reading

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Poll Shows Opposition to Current Drinking Age

Written by Mariah Asipe In July 1984, Congress passed a bill that required all states to implement a minimum drinking age of 21, or they would lose their federal highway funding as retribution. Needless to say, every state rapidly complied … Continue reading


FAB Open For Holiday Season

Written by Meg Susong After two and half years of work and more than $10 million (funded largely by Fayez Sarofim of Houston, with other gifts from alumni and friends of the school) the Alma Thomas Fine Arts Center reopened … Continue reading

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