A savvy assortment of founding members and supporters gathered Tuesday, Nov. 3 at The Belmont to celebrate the launch of The Texas Tribune, a non-profit, non-partisan public media organization based in Austin, Texas.
Archive for November, 2009
On Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Southwestern Library, students will participate in the preliminary rounds of the Brooks Prize Debate, a long-time tradition at Southwestern that was revived last year.
The mixed results from a number of the Nov. 3 elections paralleled a number of mixed feelings amongst the American public.
I have pondered this saying several times throughout my college career
Passport? Check. Immunization shots? Check. Appreciation for foreign experiences in even more foreign places? Check! New York, here I come.
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It’s a celebration a century in the making: the 100th anniversary of the very first Southwestern University Homecoming. It’s guaranteed to be a weekend filled with food, history, fellowship, history, fun and SING. Gear up – an estimated 1,500 people are expected to attend. (Yes, for the record, that is the most in 100 years.)
What do you call a competition of tens of thousands of the world’s top computer science students?
Ever wonder what life at Southwestern University was like in the early 1900s? I know you have – we all have.