Monthly Archives: February 2012

Feburary Movie Reviews

By Anne Bransford The Woman in Black “The Woman in Black” features Daniel Radcliffe in a classic horror movie. As a Victorian lawyer, Arthur Kipps (Radcliffe) heads to Eel Marsh House, a foggy and mysterious manor where evil things have … Continue reading

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Protected Time Proposal: Benefits Students or Limits Choices

Benefits By: Brooke Chatterton Faculty and staff at Southwestern have attempted to respond to student needs by proposing a new policy that would help ease the amount of class and extracurricular conflicts in the evenings by providing a Protected Time … Continue reading

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Juniors Make Directorial Debut: “Beirut” and “Night Maneuver” Premiere in Black Box Series

By Morgan Gribble Juniors Alexis Gette and Abe Ramirez made their directorial debuts as a part of this year’s Black Box Series, featuring two plays: “Beirut” and “Night Maneuver”. “‘Beirut’ is about a young couple facing a deadly epidemic similar … Continue reading

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Softball Takes on Crusaders: Girls Host First Game of Season

By Natalia Rodriguez In their first game of the season, the SU softball team takes on University of Mary Hardin Baylor in a home game today at 1 p.m. According to head coach Angela Froebese, the UMHB team presents some … Continue reading

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New Pet Policy Would Benefit All

By Sadie Pass In the past couple of years, more students than ever before have brought their pets to live on campus. From Moody-Shearn Hall to the Lord Residential Center Apartments, pets are all around. However, Southwestern does not have … Continue reading

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Lacrosse Begins Season: Pirates Face-Off Against Goucher

By John Stickles The SU mens lacrosse team faces off against Goucher in their first game of the season tomorrow at 1 p.m. Southwestern alumnus Bill Bowmen is set to lead a young team of athletes in his first season … Continue reading

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Shilling Series to Host Thomas Friedman

Pulitzer prize-winning reporter and bestselling author Thomas Friedman will be com- ing to campus Feb. 28 as part of the Roy and Margaret Shilling Lecture Series. The Shilling Lecture Series brings in well-known figures from a variety of fields to … Continue reading

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Edges

By: Joana J. Moreno Seniors Rachel Hoovler and Kristi Brawner recently presented their capstone production of “Edges,” a work of musical theater by Benj Pasek and Justin Paul. Joined by junior Robert Frost and first-year Nick Kellogg, the actors performed … Continue reading

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IT’S PRIMARY SEASON Registration information for students planning to vote in the primaries:

Pending a federal court decision, the date for the Texas primary election is set for April 3. The primary is open to voters even if they are not registered members of the Republican Party. However, students who plan on voting … Continue reading

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New Semester Brings New Clubs: Groups Serve Different Interests

By Areli Gutierrez Some new student organizations are kicking off this semester, including Poetry Club, Board Game Club, Philosophy Club and News Update Group. Annie Emswiler, a first year English and Psychology double major, started the Poetry Club for the … Continue reading

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Chen Speaks on ‘Masks’

By Joana Moreno Dr. Mel Chen, an assistant professor in the Department of Gender and Womens’ Studies at UC- Berkley, spoke on campus on Jan. 19. Håer lecture “Masks and the Line Between Security and Disability” dealt with the importance … Continue reading

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