Monthly Archives: October 2011

3D Movies

Movies in 3D have been a part of motion picture cinema ever since the 1950’s, but haven’t been mainstream until recently, with movies such as “Avatar”, “Alice in Wonderland”, and “How to Train Your Dragon” gaining massive audiences. It raises … Continue reading

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Looking Forward: Schrum Discusses On Innovation, Commitment

Last Thursday started off with faculty, staff and students filing into the Alma Thomas Theater as President Jake Schrum spoke to the group in a formal address concerning various university related topics, emphasizing financial obstacles and innovative goals. “Much of … Continue reading

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Megaphood: Nutty Cinnamon Apples

Whether you’re working on an assignment that’s depriving you of sleep or enjoying the comfort of the story tree and friends in the middle of the night, a late night snack is sometimes just the thing you need and crave. … Continue reading

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ACL Review

This year’s Austin City Limits festival, which spanned Sept. 16, 17, and 18, featured a lineup that, although thought by many to be weaker than normal, did not fail to perform. With a diverse lineup of artists from every genre … Continue reading

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Southwestern University Veterans Association

The Southwestern University Veterans Association is an organization that helps student-soldiers adjust to life on campus. “The organization was founded to help veterans and the dependants of veterans that attend Southwestern adjust to college life,” said organization secretary Isidoro Ramirez. … Continue reading

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“Lifeboats” Art Exhibit

Heather Carter makes sustainable living an art in her exhibition “Lifeboats”. According to Carter, the 1994 Southwestern graduate, “Lifeboats started out as taking things that have had a life before and honoring them.” The exhibit consists of five pieces, all … Continue reading

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Kigga Sigma Renovates

Students arriving on campus for move-in day noticed something different about the Kappa Sigma Iota house. Over the summer of 2011, the house had been thoroughly cleaned, washing away roughly 50 years of Kappa Sigma dirt. “[The new Kappa Sigma … Continue reading

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