Monthly Archives: February 2010

What if Zombies Started Fast Food Joints?

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Student Gaines Excitement For Paideia Program

It’s that time of year again, time for a new batch of bright young scholars to join the ranks of Southwestern’s unique and prestigious Paideia Program. The Paideia Program is headed up by Dr. David Gaines, associate professor of English … Continue reading

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Dornon’s Index 2/18o

10 – US “missionaries” who have been imprisoned in Haiti for smuggling children out of the country 18 – the extremely numerous number of days that they were imprisoned for the obviously benevelont crime of human trafficking 8 – of … Continue reading

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Last Week at Southwestern Slideshow

A lot of exciting events happened last week, such as the Large Act announcement, Brown Symposium and the Brooks Prize debate. Here is a slideshow of these events. Slide Show + -Full Screen

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Liberal Student groups on campus increase activism

Looking for a way to become more involved or even obtain a bit of knowledge about current world issues? The immense amount of student groups on campus has increased this semester and these groups are looking for new members to … Continue reading

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Potential Employers Visit Campus

Whip out your fancy pants, ambitious students of Southwestern University – it is the Internship Connections Fair. It’s the one time of the year in which recruiters come here to our campus, hoping for students like you to find them. … Continue reading

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Family Days Take Parents Off the Beaten Path

Family Days, an annual tradition here at Southwestern, will take place this weekend, Feb. 19-21. Family Days is a time for the families of SU students to visit campus for the weekend and experience the world that we all live … Continue reading

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Kay Bailey Hutchison for Governor: Rally at Southwestern

This past Tuesday, Feb. 16, Texas GOP gubernatorial candidate Kay Bailey Hutchison visited Southwestern during a rally hosted by the College Republicans. Hutchison addressed students, faculty and staff gathered in the Howry Center about several key issues of her campaign. … Continue reading

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Olympic Pride

Ice-hockey as a means to unite America, even if it is only for a short while. Continue reading

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Recovery last week, Health Care Next Week

The past week “inside the beltway” has been a politically eventful one. Probably the highlight for me, a democrat, was the campaign launched by the White House and Democratic National Committee on the one year anniversary of the Recovery Act. Continue reading

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Apple's Big Ass iPod Touch

A few weeks ago, Apple announced it was releasing a tablet known as the iPad. The iPad ended up being a giant iPod Touch, but with enhanced applications that make use of the bigger screen of the iPad, as well … Continue reading

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Campus Sustainablity

The Campus Environmental Sustainability Month has found itself off to a wet start. Members of the campus environmental group, SEAK (Students for Environmental Activism and Knowledge), have started mobilizing to educate and empower the Southwestern student body to make sustainable … Continue reading

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