Monthly Archives: April 2008

Soccer Players Fujuimoto and Gunzelman Named Pirate Anchors

Written by Claire Booher Megaphone Staff Writer Each year two student athletes are awarded for their hard work on and off the field. The Anchor Award is given to the students who show exemplary academic and athletic skills. They have … Continue reading

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The Perks of Being Green

Written by Caitlyn Buckley Megaphone Staff Writer I am someone who tends to buy into fads that make me feel good about myself and my contributions to society. I jumped on the volunteering bandwagon in high school because it let … Continue reading

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The Megaphone Staff Offers Its Condolences

Written by Rachel Rigdon Megaphone Editor in Chief When you look up the definition for “offend” in a dictionary, a number of entries pop up. The top one, in the Oxford English Dictionary, is “hurt someone’s feelings” and later on … Continue reading

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SU Welcomes Latino Heritage Symposium

Written by Alma Aguilar Megaphone Staff Writer [Editor’s Note: We, at the Megaphone, apologize to Alma Aguilar for the printing error in the textual version of the Megaphone. Due to a printing error, a whole column was lost and never … Continue reading

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Noted Speakers Led Exploration of Umwelts

Written by Giulia Giuffre Megaphone Staff Writer The 30th annual Brown Symposium, “Umwelt: Exploring the Self-Worlds of Human and Non-human Animals,” was hosted April 3-4 in the Alma Thomas Theater of the Sarofim School of Fine Arts. The Brown Symposium … Continue reading

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Student Examines SU's Budget

Written by Meredith Orf Megaphone Guest Writer [Editor's Note: This is the full version of Meredith's article about the SU Budget. If you wish to continue where you left off in the text version of the Megaphone, please click here.] … Continue reading

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