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Phi Alpha Delta bends rules of pong to promote awareness

Phi Alpha Delta fraternity hosted its first annual Root Beer Pong Tournament on Tuesday, Feb. 25. The tournament was held as an alcohol awareness program with prizes given to the first through fourth place teams. The goal of the tournament was to promote responsible alcohol drinking habits.

SGA gets pumped – Lift-a-Thon raises bar for charity

On Feb. 20, the second annual SGA Lift-a-Thon took place in Packer Hall. With the profits once again going to the Valerie Fund, the event was headed up this year by Mike Cilia, SGA vice president for Administration and Finance. One year ago, the Student Government Association was searching for a possible fund-raiser in which 100 percent of the profits would go to a charity.

National Condom Week – get your rubber on

The nation celebrated the use of condoms as well as other types of birth control from Feb. 14 (just in time for Valentine's Day) until Feb. 21 during National Condom Week. To college students, condoms seem like common sense, but other forms of birth control may not be.

Hitchin’ a ride with the Future Alumni Association

Who needs to be walking on an icy sidewalk in the frosty weather when a golf cart chauffer is available, ready to transport from residence halls to Forcina? If it sounds too good to be true it usually is, but the Future Alumni Association (FAA) made the transportation dream a reality all day Monday.

Black History: Robinson stood up to more than the plate

Facing curveballs and spike-thrusting base runners is hard enough for any baseball player to stand up to. For Jackie Robinson, pioneer of integrated sports and hero to the equal rights movement, the challenging play on the diamond was trivial in comparison to the hardships he was forced to endure.

Av Westin: Infotainment in news is on downward spiral

According to Av Westin, executive of ABC News, the problem with journalism today is that men and women received their training in the last decade based on the bottom line. It seems all that the television journalism business is worried about is making money and making it fast.

Vagina Monologues: If these lips could speak

Vaginas of the College united, along with those who lacked the muscle of the evening, to fill the Music Building's auditorium for the second annual presentation of "The Vagina Monologues." Thirty women participated in eloquently displaying the many layers of this often hidden and mysterious body part.

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