Monthly Archives: January 2008

Spam-a-lot Is Not Just a Broadway Play

Written by Lane Hill Megaphone Web Editor As web editor, I thought it would be nice to add an additional element of humor that’s not related to the humor & satire of the backpage (which only occurs once in a … Continue reading

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Swim Team Finishes Hardest Training Block

Written by Allan Smith Megaphone Staff Writer The SU Men’s and Women’s swim team competed well in their last two meets despite being in a heavy training block in preparation for the SCAC Championships in February. The Pirates turned in … Continue reading

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Students Let Loose with Salsa Dancing Lessons

Written by Jessica Espinoza Megaphone Staff Writer As one of the fifteen or so students fortunate to attend Friday Night Live’s salsa dancing lessons, I can, with a completely straight face, describe it as an eye-opening experience. Salsa is a … Continue reading

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Bookstore Takes the Cake & Your Money

Written by Hannah Yterdal Megaphone Staff Writer I stared at the little plaque-thing stuck under the stack of books. I’d sort of lost the feeling in my face, but I was pretty sure I looked ill. I felt in my … Continue reading

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Smoking Pot: The Best Illegal Past Time

Written by Michael Morgan Megaphone Staff Writer Peter McWilliams, author of the book “Ain’t Nobody’s Business if you Do”, discovered he had both cancer and AIDS in 1996. He also was one of the many patients that experienced extreme nausea … Continue reading

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Bus Route Coming to Georgetown

Written by Sam Marsh Megaphone Staff Writer“Does Georgetown really need a bus system? I mean, I haven’t been all around, but it doesn’t seem all that big,” said Sophomore Kassie Juenke.Nobody’s completely sure yet, but that is Ed Polasek and … Continue reading

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Bus Route Coming to Georgetown

Written by Sam Marsh Megaphone Staff Writer “Does Georgetown really need a bus system? I mean, I haven’t been all around, but it doesn’t seem all that big,” said Sophomore Kassie Juenke. Nobody’s completely sure yet, but that is Ed … Continue reading

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Martin Luther King Jr. Continues to Inspire Hope

Written by Maria Arispe Megaphone Staff Writer It could be said that Martin Luther King Jr. was an extraordinary man and influential person to many people’s lives as well as the infamous American civil rights Movement. It could also be … Continue reading

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