Monthly Archives: January 2010

Artist of the Week: Blind Pilot

One must keep in mind Alphonse de Lamartine’s eloquent quote, “Music is the literature of the heart; it commences where speech ends” while listening to the Artist of the Week, Blind Pilot. With soothing sounds and beautiful lyrics, Blind Pilot … Continue reading

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Review: Landmark Tavern

Ever since the Loading Dock closed last year, The Square in Georgetown has lacked a good place to go and have a relaxed drink. Now, in a different style, the Landmark Tavern has occupied the second floor of the Old … Continue reading

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Uncultured Project Aims To Absolve World Poverty

Theories concerning ways to end global poverty seem to overwhelm us and often tend to be temporal, unreliable or too complicated to understand. With the help of the YouTube community, people have tried to come up with different ways to … Continue reading

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Fatties Need Not Apply

When I order textbooks from Amazon, I expect exactly what is in the picture and description. “Like New” translates in my mind to saving some $800 on this one used book, though from the appearance whomever last possessed the book … Continue reading

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Graduating Senior Makes Final To-Do List

I never thought this semester would arrive – my last semester in college. Remembering back to my very first semester, I recall thinking that four years was going to be a long time. The truth is, however, that it is … Continue reading

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Gay Marriage Should Not Be Ultimate Goal

All opinions expressed in Opinion & Editorial pieces are the opinions expressed by the author and not the Megaphone staff in general.  Thank you. We stand on the verge of a breakthrough, a triumph of unprecedented magnitude. With the federal … Continue reading

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What to Expect from Studying Abroad

Having just finished studying abroad in Argentina, I think now that it probably would have been nice to know what to expect from what my study abroad program was describing to me during the application process. I remember looking at … Continue reading

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Liberal Media Bias Ends as Palin Gets Foxy

On Jan. 11, Sarah Palin was hired by Fox News as a “contributor.” In the face of the obvious liberal media bias, Fox News has decided to be the maverick and single-handedly compensate for all the Bill Mahers and Jon … Continue reading

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Dornon's Index 1/21/10

6 – people in HB who were supposedly arrested thanks to the campus’s new favorite pets. 0-4.7 – percent probability that this event actually happened without Mouthwestern knowing all of the intimate details. 2 – ounces of pot that can … Continue reading

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Rod Blagojevich Just Wants Back Into Our Hearts

After finding that his efforts to inspire the diminutive American populations of “Guys with Great Hair” and “Martyrs of Extortion and Black-Market Bystanders” were failing miserably, Blagojevich revised his game plan. After reading the timeless literary classics “Bill Clinton: Mastering … Continue reading

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Intro to Exquisite Writing

The first exercise in the first class I have with the potential to really teach me something. Continue reading

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