Global News Blog: Filmmakers Use Cell Phones to Reveal Unseen Africa

March 31, 2009 · Comments Off 

Filmmakers are now using cell phones to capture the grim reality of the poverty and corruption in the Congo region since the government has made filming permits in that region virtually impossible to attain.

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Global News Blog: Economy Recession Causes Rise in Internet Crime

March 31, 2009 · Comments Off 

The economy is struggling around the world, and Aussies are taking notice at the rise in cyber-crimes.

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Courtenay’s Cuts: Blog #3

March 30, 2009 · Comments Off 

KPNI SMU Radio’s Station Manager Courtenay Paris explores her top five songs of the week and takes a look at DFW’s music scene in her new weekly blog.

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Global News Blog: Cyber-Spy Enlightenment Discovered in Canada

March 30, 2009 · 1 Comment 

Canadian researchers uncovered an electronic spy network that has infected 1,295 hosts in 103 countries. These findings are the result of a 10-month study by the Information Warfare Monitor.

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Campus News Blog: Former SMU Student Tragically Killed Outside Dallas Nightclub

March 30, 2009 · 1 Comment 

Posted by Johnny Brackett

Former SMU student Jessica Chané Waldron suffered a bullet wound to the stomach while standing outside the 2026 Ultra Lounge, a Dallas night club. The SMU community is deeply saddened by her death.

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Global News Blog: Five Killed During Elections on Tuesday; What’s Next?

March 30, 2009 · 1 Comment 

Elections in Turkey are causing disputes between citizens and some have even been killed.

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The Daily Update: Monday, March 30

March 30, 2009 · Comments Off 

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Students participate in Cesar Chavez Arts Tribute

March 30, 2009 · Comments Off 

The SMU LULAC student chapter co-hosted the Cesar Chavez Arts Tribute on Sunday.

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Arts Beat: You Feeling Lucky?

March 30, 2009 · Comments Off 

After waking up craving a big, cold, glass of water and a meal that could take any hangover away, my friend and I headed to Lucky’s. We drove around for what seemed like hours looking for a parking spot but finally found one across the street. We walked up to a silver, shiny building with the bright green letters that spelt Lucky’s. It looked like this building had taken a ride in Doc Brown’s DeLorean straight from the 1950′s.

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The Haunting in Connecticut is a Hit and Miss

March 30, 2009 · Comments Off 

Maybe it wasn’t such a good idea for me to go see the new horror flick The Haunting in Connecticut last night. I truly love scary stories about haunted houses, undead spirits and curses (especially if they are based on true events) but this movie wasn’t exactly what I thought it was going to be. [...]

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