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Monthly Archives: September, 2009

Folk fiends master collaboration

What do you get when you combine the acoustic mastery of Yim Yames, the multi-instrument and producing skills of Mike Mogis, the almost haunting...

‘Batman Arkham Asylum’ raises bar for stealth action

By Alex Sisko Correspondent 'Batman Arkham Asylum' has been mislabeled. Many consider it to be action adventure, but 'Arkham' is a finely tuned stealth action adventure....

Protestors take the high road

Last Wednesday morning, students, faculty and staff were going about their business — flu shots, lunch, classes, meetings — when an uncommon disruption appeared...

All-time school scoring record topped

As opponents stall and stammer, blue and gold blurs fly past their defenders, and the Lions push one step closer toward crafting a season...

Take a chill pill with meditation club

When was the last time you scheduled time to relax into your planner? College life can be stressful with classes, practice and homework. No...

Black Box hosts ‘Bridge’ to the past

In the Don Evans Black Box Theater, a small audience of a few students and others from the surrounding community witnessed the tragic downfall...

For the Foxes falls flat at Rathskeller

By Ben Sherer Correspondent The Rathskeller was disappointed last Friday night by the indie-rock five-some For The Foxes. This Barnegat, N.J.-based group came to the College...

Campus Style

Shauwneric Sinclair Senior History and Criminology Major What are you wearing? A pink Polo shirt, linen shorts and Sperry shoes. You’ll always see me with Sperrys on....

CUB denied concert funds

By Rebecca McNulty Correspondent The Student Finance Board (SFB) voted unanimously to deny the College Union Board (CUB)’s $52,973.45 request to bring performance artists Asher Roth...

Lions speed ahead, runners earn top honors

By Karissa Hearn Correspondent The College’s men’s and women’s cross country teams made impressive marks last Thursday at the Mainline Invitational at Haverford College. The meet included...

Profs down Lions for first loss of the season

After the first loss of the year, the Lions needed to come back with a big victory. Casey Caruso was the player who provided that...

Drunk females take over T / W

A student was found crying on a couch at 12:30 a.m. on Sept. 19 in the Travers / Wolfe Hall Link. According to Campus Police,...

Lions Around the Dorm

This week we have the time-honored tradition of shaking up the rookies. Three newcomers will enter the ring, and Staff Writer Duncan Slobodzian will...

Liars, man-eaters: mediocre

Nathan Fuller and Jason Seyler review "The Informant" and "Jennifer's Body"
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