Monthly Archives: February 2009

Latino Unitos Hosts Heritage Symposium

Written by Giulia Giuffre The members of Latinos Unidos are inviting the Southwestern and Georgetown communities to participate in their upcoming event, the Latino Heritage Symposium: Democracy of the Americas. The symposium will take place in the afternoon of Feb. … Continue reading

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Study Uncovers Pay Inequalities

Written by Joshua A. Hughes Editor-At-Large Last year The Chronicle of Higher Education, a daily publication targeted at college staff and administrators across the country, conducted a study that found that there was a nationwide discrepancy between the pay of … Continue reading

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What Will Become of the Cullen Webcam?

Written by Lane S. Hill Megaphone Web Editor Q: Hi, Lane! I’m here to ask a tech question! The webcam that was monitoring the production of that new Admissions building was switched to the production of that new Lifelong building. … Continue reading

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Editor Applauds Closing of Guatanamo Bay

Written by Caitlyn Buckley Megaphone A&E Editor   Hands down, Guantanamo Bay needed to close. I’m pleased that we finally have a president that recognizes that fact and has already signed an executive order closing the prison down. Don’t get … Continue reading

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Reader's Response to Brennan Peel's "Not Jumping On"

Written by Kim Sump Link to the original article: Not Jumping On: Bandwagoning Seen at SU with Election and Rob’s Death I would just like to pose to writer Brennan Peel the thought that perhaps a campus death really could … Continue reading

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Treasurer Releases Student Congress Updates

Written by Brian Tidwell This year, one of Student Congress’s main goals is to nurture increased communication between Congress and the student body. With this in mind, I want to share with you some of the successes that your elected … Continue reading

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SU Lacrosse Begins Their Last Club Season

Written by Lorena Saenz   Twenty-six years ago on December 3, 1983, the newborn Southwestern men’s lacrosse team played their first game against the Baylor Bears losing 12-1. This Saturday, however, was a completely different story. Starting off Coach Bill Bowman’s … Continue reading

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Wildfire's Exotic Menu Makes it Worthwhile

Written by Lori Higgenbotham Megaphone Opinion Writer There are a couple of huge advantages to eating at Wildfire, the restaurant that is considered to be Georgetown’s premier fine dining experience, or to me anyway. First of all, it’s close. Really … Continue reading

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