Monthly Archives: April 2010

Chatroulette: Entertaining or disturbing?

There is a hot new website that “all the cool kids” are using. Continue reading

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SU Librarians Volunteer in Georgetown Community

Over the past year SU librarians Joan Parks and Theresa Zelasko have been lending their expertise to the library of First United Methodist Church of Georgetown on East University Avenue. They have assisted the church’s dedicated library-volunteers, led by Dotty … Continue reading

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New tools added to voyager catalog

This week two new tools were added to the Smith Library Center’s Voyager Catalog: Cite This Item is located in the Actions box on the right side of all item records. The Cite This Item link will open a new … Continue reading

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Some of the Best Free Web Sites

These are some of my favorite websites that make me stay around, either for the content, the graphics, as well as the amount of information available to me.  And of course, credibility of the website is always important to me.  … Continue reading

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Modern pony cars drive off in style, price

With summer approaching at a brisk pace (less than a month away, thank God), some of us will be looking for a car to enjoy during the summer, and perhaps after that as well (others of us who aren’t so … Continue reading

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PAA plans events for Asian American Heritage Month

This semester at Southwestern University, April is Asian American Heritage Month. Previously ASIA Club (Association for Students Interested in Asia), Pan Asian Association is revamping its mission and activities along with its name. “We changed at the end of last … Continue reading

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Online daily deals: Internet good for more than porn

Feel like saving money but don’t feel like cutting coupons like your Grandma? Continue reading

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Tea Time

My experience with the Tea Party. Continue reading

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SU Student’s Special Study Abroad Program

In recent news, Sam Allen, a junior at SU, will be joining the military and fighting in Iraq in order to get the emotional experience for the poetry collection he is working on. When asked if he is proud to … Continue reading

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SU Chorale brings Bach to Georgetown

This past Sunday, the Southwestern University Chorale, directed by Dr. Kenny Sheppard, performed Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Wachet Auf” and “Magnificat” cantatas. Continue reading

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Hall praises "How to Train Your Dragon"

I was initially skeptical when my sister recommended to me the PG-rated “How to Train Your Dragon.” I should have never doubted her. Continue reading

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Theater department presents Escape From Happiness

Southwestern University actors are gearing up for the last play of the year. Called Escape From Happiness, its plot is just about how it sounds. “Escape From Happiness is a black realistic comedy written in the early 90′s about a … Continue reading

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