Monthly Archives: October 2008

Peppermint Kites

 By Sam Allen

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The Decemberists Named SU Large Act

Written by Rachel Rigdon Megaphone Editor-in-Chief Students entering the Bishops’ Lounge at noon yesterday were greeted with a scene of chaos.   Dozens of ping-pong balls were thrown from the balcony, and screaming students clawed at the ground and held … Continue reading

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Senior Auditing System Revised

Written by Mikaela Santini The university recently implemented a specialized advising program for SU seniors, the Graduation Audit Program. It was designed by Paige Bonner, the Associate Registrar. In describing the program, Bonner says, “We wanted to make sure that … Continue reading

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Nalgene Bottles – Cancerous?

Written by Caitlin McShea The editors of the Megaphone would like to apologize to Caitlin for cutting off the end of her article.  Here is the complete article. Last April, the American Medical Association published a report documenting the numerous … Continue reading


Think Before You Ink: Friendly Advice Regarding Tattoos

   Written by Hannah Richard There are many universal rites of passage in the United States. When you turn sixteen you get your drivers license, at seventeen teenage Texans can legally have sex, and at eighteen you can buy porn, … Continue reading

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Feminist Writer Debates TV's Sex and the City

Written by Sam Marsh Star Wars, Star Trek, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter and Sex and the City. All have a few things in common: loyal fans dress as characters for parties and movies. All are entertaining works of … Continue reading

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Letter to the Editor Questions Whether SU Is Doing Their Best to go Green

Written by Walker Lukens Megaphone Guest Writer The excitement of being back at SU for a new semester always dissolves into the frustration of being back at a school with an enormous workload. This is particularly frustrating given SU’s new … Continue reading

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Dia Thai Cuisine is Delicious, but Beware of the Cokes

Written by Josh Spencer Megaphone Columnist For this week’s review, we move from the Mediterranean to East Asia at Dia Thai Cuisine.  Dia, located at 114 East 7th Street, Suite #105, just east of Romeo’s and the square, opened for … Continue reading

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Lysistrata is a Hilarious Hit

Written by Jessica Espinoza   It is difficult to imagine that plunger-wielding old women, well-endowed Athenian assemblymen, and a sex strike could all be contained within the same script.  Difficult, that is, until one realizes the hilarious absurdity that is … Continue reading

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