On Thursday afternoons, you will find a bustling throng of vendors in San Gabriel Park, just across from Bob’s Catfish. Fresh, locally-grown produce, honey, jellies, beef, granola and baked goods are offered weekly from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. by the Georgetown Farmers Market Association.
Archive for October, 2009
President Obama’s campaign slogan “Change” brought along with it many promises. Promises that people expected would change the way the United States works in terms of economic policies, foreign policy and education. “Change” was so successful because of its ambiguity, and many individuals took it as a promise to put an end to all of George W. Bush’s policies.
Whether you’re sticking around campus or getting the hell out of Dodge, there are Fall Break shows across the state worth checking out.
From individuals to organizations to entire academic departments, Southwestern University runs on an immense money exchange, both internally and externally, though the majority of students on campus are left in the dark (and economic hole). Many of the academic departments on campus are making use of grants to supplement their dwindling budgets due to the shrinking endowment this last year
Juniors and seniors in the uppermost level of their studies here at Southwestern University will heavily benefit from the purchased equipment.
September 22 marked a very successful Winter Finding ceremony on the SU campus, led by Michael Espinoza, a first year and practicing Heathen.
Are you ready for overpriced parking, seven dollar beer and grassy stage-gazing at Zilker Park?
The good and mostly old, white men of Wall Street have been abused and harangued for far too long. After decades of oppression, government involvement and regulation forced them into a painful financial meltdown.