Monthly Archives: April 2010

Environmental Studies Program to have full-time professor

Attention Environmental Studies Majors: Breathe easy. You’re not actually screwed. Southwestern University is currently in the process of hiring a full-time Environmental Studies professor. Gone will be the days of professors from other disciplines struggling to hobble some semblance of … Continue reading

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Paideia cohorts join forces to bring computers to Honduran schools

Bringing free technology to less economically fortunate countries is becoming an increasingly popular philanthropic endeavor, and Southwestern is never one to fall behind in trends. Supported by three different Paideia cohorts, Computers for Honduran Children is quickly gaining success and … Continue reading

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Annual symposium provides forum for students to share work

All too often as students we do work that just seems to be pointless and not go past the grading pen of  the instructor or the trash can. The  hours of work and research that go into some of students’ … Continue reading

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In an Argentine Minute

From New York minute to the Argentine minute: A difficult or relaxing transition? Continue reading

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Relay for Life, because cancer never sleeps

On April 17 to 18, The American Cancer Society Relay For Life will give Georgetown and the surrounding area a chance to celebrate the lives of people who have battled cancer, remember loved ones lost and fight back against the … Continue reading

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Saving money while in school

Money can’t buy happiness, but it can rent a good replacement. Here are a few ways that you can save some cash and allocate it towards more appropriate goals, such as a 2 a.m. Jack-in-the-Box run. FOOD – We all … Continue reading

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Lady Gaga 'Telephone's in product placement

Lady Gaga, the queen of popular culture, has done it again. With her new and sensational music video to her most recent dance hit “Telephone,” she teams up with Beyonce—and a few product companies—to create a dizzy spell of a … Continue reading

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Curriculum changes shake up schedules

The new schedule changes that have been put into place have made us all a bit uneasy. Those who have had their schedule mapped out since the day the y stepped onto Southwestern’s campus have had a wrench thrown in … Continue reading

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Summer Reading: Science Fiction

With the summer vacation approaching fast, many of us are starting to look forward to lovely relaxing time that summer is – no homework, no having to wake up early to make it to that 8 a.m. class – in … Continue reading

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Austin’s Chicken Fried Radio: Not So Fowl

For those who enjoy exploring the podcast universe, check out Chicken Fried Radio. Continue reading

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MGMT releases sophomore album

On April 13, MGMT will officially release its long awaited sophomore album entitled “Congratulations.” Continue reading

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