Archive | October, 2011

Volleyball highlight: “Play with heart and give every match our all.”

by Tong Gao Staff Writer The Scotties are leading the most successful season in Agnes Scott history. With an overall record of 14-11 and a GSAC (Great South Athletic Conference) record of 4-4, they currently rank fifth in the conference and officially leave behind last season’s record of 5-14. On Sept. 22, the Scotties faced […]

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“Chambers of Horror” degrades, victimizes women

A look in review at the serious problems in one staff-member’s experience at a renowned Atlanta Halloween locale.  by Christen Thompson Online Editor “Have you been here before?” The man next to me tells me he hasn’t but that the entertainment is supposed to be akin to the Saw/Hostel franchises: blood, gore and victims. Upon going to […]

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50/50 is a failing grade

by M.M. Kaufman Staff Writer Joseph Gordon-Levitt is pretty. Seth Rogen likes to smoke weed. Angelica Houston is wearing the worst wig ever made. And every now and again the camera does some lovely things. This is what I know. But if I had to break down Jonathan Levine’s new film, 50/50, about a young […]

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Autumn Looks

Autumn Looks

Shari Allen ’12
Poncho from Forever 21
Boots from Barefeet

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Sapori di Napoli brings a taste of Naples to Decatur

  Photo by Anna Cabe by Kathryn Dean  Staff Writer  It’s not the sort of place you would expect to be a restaurant. Sitting on a corner just outside the main drag of downtown Decatur, Sapori di Napoli occupies a building attached to a real estate office, and used to house offices itself. However, this […]

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Occupy Everywhere: Update on the state of things

ATLANTA — Mayor Kassim Reed will not allow protestors to stay in Woodruff Park past 11 p.m., according to Creative Loafing On Thurs., Oct. 27, the Political Science department will present an informational meeting on the Occupy Wallstreet/Occupy Atlanta Movements in Buttrick 213 from 1-2. OAKLAND — Protestors were ousted from their protest point, Frank Ogawa […]

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