Monthly Archives: January 2010

Rhetoric Overwhelming

As nearly all of us are aware by now, the Nazi Gestapo have invaded Southwestern and have begun a campaign of random room searches designed to search for illegal drugs. At least that was supposed to happen according to the … Continue reading

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Student wants less theory, more real world.

Let’s face it–not everyone wants to be a researcher. Some students tremble with the anticipation of their future grant applications and research work. Other students literally gag on the thought. While it’s true that many students don’t know that they … Continue reading

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1 on 1: Trainer Glen Schwab

Ever dream of turning your hobby into your lifelong career? Southwestern University Head Athletic Trainer Glen Schwab did just that. Now in his ninth year at Southwestern University, he plans to stay for the long run. “I wanted to be … Continue reading

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Democratic Party!!!

Not a bad few days for Obama and Democrats? Continue reading

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Lady Gaga Reigns

Stefani Joanne Angelina Germanotta is a 23-year-old artist. She was born in New York City and had an interest in music from a very early age. She started playing piano at the age of four and was slated for the … Continue reading

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Drug Policy Sparks Controversy

Regardless of how you feel about the now infamous “drug scare” last week, there is no denying that the incident brought several important issues to light. Let me begin by saying that, as one of the participants in the student … Continue reading

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Why I Wanted Favre to Go to the Super Bowl

Most of us don’t need any introduction to who Brett is but very few know the important details about his life, which make his performance on Sunday even more impressive than it was. So seeing that this is the case, … Continue reading

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Mr. Clark Goes to Washington

Well, Mr. Clark has gone to Washington! Honestly, I am too tired to write a whole lot right now. But the political scene has been buzzin’ the past few days, and I will definitely have some lengthy comments on everything. … Continue reading

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Satan Gets Into PR

In a statement released last Thursday, the devil denied any involvement in the recent earthquake in Haiti, as well as any prior involvement in the tumultuous, catastrophic history of the impoverished island nation. The statement was released in response to … Continue reading

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Find What You Can on the G-town Square

The square that’s taken shape over the past couple of years has made large strides toward catering their businesses toward the SU college students… Continue reading

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To The Man Who Nervously Sat Next To Me At Chipotle:

Don’t be scared. Continue reading

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Is the Final Frontier closer than we think?

Star Trek’s vision of the future and the iPad. Continue reading

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