Movie Reviews: “Choke” Strangles its own Audience

September 29, 2008 · Comments Off 

Clark Gregg’s “Choke” is one of the few movies I’ve seen that manages to confuse me even after I’ve watched and read about it. What exactly happens over the course of this film? I can’t exactly say precisely.

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Hughes-Trigg Working out the Kinks in Monday Night Football Watch Party

September 29, 2008 · Comments Off 

Posted by Christy Vutam

The Monday Night Football Watch Party held in the Varsity of the Hughes-Trigg Student Center isn’t much of a party, but I couldn’t be happier.

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Weekend Sports Recap

September 29, 2008 · Comments Off 

The SMU volleyball team came back from a 0-2 set deficit to defeat UCF 3-2.

Women’s Soccer lost 1-2 against Colorado College.

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SMU Crowd Says McCain Won Debate

September 29, 2008 · Comments Off 

An SMU audience declared Sen. John McCain the winner of the first 2008 presidential debate between McCain and Sen. Barack Obama Friday at a Campus gathering sponsored by the SMU speech and debate program.

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Mustang Movies: Righteous Kill

September 28, 2008 · Comments Off 

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Lady Mustangs Soccer: Fighting Young

September 27, 2008 · 1 Comment 

The Lady Mustang soccer team lost to the Colorado College Eagles during its Conference USA opener Friday night. Assistant coach Derek Leader said the team needs to work on consistency.

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Wave Too Powerful for SMU Comeback

September 26, 2008 · Comments Off 

Posted by Casey Gibeaut

Even though SMU lost for the third straight week, I noticed some promise during the second half. The Mustangs came out of the locker room poised and ready for a second half showdown.

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SMU Debaters Welcome Famed Wiley College

September 26, 2008 · 1 Comment 

Debate team members from Wiley College, a small, historically black liberal arts college located in Marshall, Texas, will visit SMU and participate in the audience-based discussion following the televised debate.

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Ramadan: Fasting for a Cause

September 26, 2008 · Comments Off 

The Muslim Student Association hosted its annual Ramadan Banquet in the Hughes-Trigg Student Center Thursday to commemorate Fast-A-Thon participants. Fast-A-Thon is an event that educates students on college campuses about the issue of hunger and the understanding of the Muslim faith.

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Unicycling Around Campus

September 26, 2008 · Comments Off 

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