Monthly Archives: March 2012

Composting in the cafeteria

By Sadie Pass Recently, a group of Southwestern students have joined together to make a difference on campus; they have instated a plan to make the University a composting friendly place. In the Commons students areencouraged to scrape their raw … Continue reading

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Back to the Foodture

By Brooke Chatterton &  Joana Moreno The Brown Symposium kicked off with the lecture “Eating the Future: Why Changing your Diet is Not Enough” by Richard Wilk, Professor of Anthropology at Indiana University. He began with a history of the … Continue reading

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Clusterfest Ping Pong Drop

By Arianna Haradon On March 2, Southwestern students gathered in the Bishops Lounge to await the announcement of the 2012 Clusterfest lineup. Accompanying the lineup announcement was the seventh annual Ping Pong Drop.   Clusterfest is Southwestern’s spring music festival. … Continue reading

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Iran

By Brooke Chatterton Recently, tensions in the Middle East have skyrocketed when Israel blamed Iran for two separate attacks on February the 13th and 14th. The first was a join attack perpetrated against the capitals of India and Georgia against … Continue reading

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Woman’s Soccer to travel to England

  By Arianna Haradon Over Spring Break 2012, Southwestern’s women’s soccer players will travel to England as a team. “We will be doing a number of things… from touring, to watching professional soccer, to working with the trainers in the … Continue reading

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Smith Library Center adds classes

By Areli Gutierrez The Smith Library Center recently started offering a small series of classes in a series titles “The Librarian is IN”. These 20-30 minute classes focus on a variety of different librarytopics designed to teach students how to … Continue reading

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Empty Bowls Project Lunch

By Joana Moreno This year’s Brown Symposium ended last Tuesday with the Empty Bowls Project Lunch, an event that not only filled stomachs with soup but helped the community in need. The Empty Bowl Project is a movement in which … Continue reading

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