Monthly Archives: March 2010

Student rejects Grad School Cafe

As if applying to graduate school isn’t stressful enough, now there’s an entire website dedicated to feed your mental breakdowns and make you feel even worse about yourself: thegradcafe.com. It’s more of a time waster than Facebook, and it has … Continue reading

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Artist of the Week: Miike Snow

John A. Logan once said, “Music’s the medicine of the mind.” When I heard this quote, I instantly thought about Miike Snow, the Music Artist of the Week. Miike Snow hails from Stockholm, Sweden and was formed back in 2007. … Continue reading

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Hipsters Move To Georgetown For Some Reason

This just in: The Sigs won’t be the only hipsters in Georgetown anymore. A ragtag band of metrosexuals, yuppies and hipsters are on an exodus from Austin because they believe that “a quaint small-town will totally be great fodder for … Continue reading

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SU Swimming Finishes Strong in Louisville

In Louisville, Ky. this past weekend, the Southwestern swim team was able to evaluate the efforts of its hard work at the Conference Championship. On the men’s side, the first day of the meet resulted in a sixth place finish … Continue reading

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SPA: Have Peace In Mind

Editor’s Note: We had some issues in posting this article up in a timely fashion. This was written for before the SPA conference on the weekend of February 28. Often, when I’m driving to or from school on I-35, I … Continue reading

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Photo Retouching is a Fake Reality

“Sometimes when you work in advertising you’ll get a product that’s really garbage and you have to make it seem fantastic, something that is essential to the continued quality of life.” – Augusten Burroughs Blame it on the media, if … Continue reading

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Lookbook.nu: Fashion Sophistication

Lookbook is a little fashionista’s best kept secret. It is a website dedicated to the ins and outs of fashion with a mixture of brand names and treasures from thrift stores. Continue reading

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5 TexMex Restaurants in 10 miles

Today, I realized, for possibly the first time since I seriously sat down to think about my future, that I might be moving in the next six months.  Well, I definitely will be moving, and sooner than that, but moving … Continue reading

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HUMMMUS

easy. delicious. healthy. happy. Continue reading

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Southwestern vs. Trinity: Tough Day for SU B-Ball

In the midst of a crowd full of students and their visiting parents dressed in black, the regular season ended for the men and women’s basketball teams of Southwestern last Friday. Both the men and women fought hard, but came … Continue reading

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Another Writer Reminisces About Their Childhood

In the wake of beginning a new decade in the 21st century are you finding yourself missing the 90s? Being born in the middle of 1991 made me a little late to the festivities, but I can still party like … Continue reading

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Animal Liberation Orchestra is the Artist of the Week

Sergei Rachmaninov once said, “Music is enough for a lifetime, but a lifetime is not enough for music.” No words better describe the music of Animal Liberation Orchestra, the Music Artist of the Week. Animal Liberation Orchestra, also known as … Continue reading

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