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‘Batman’ Producer Preaches Perseverance
Students Recount Medical Trip To Nicaragua
Joo Won Park Performs Experimental Music
Model U.N. Attends Valentine’s Day Conference
Commencing ‘101 Days To Commencement’
Two MC Professors Complete PhDs
Controlled Catastrophe To Hold Auditions
 
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Tiger’s Apology Falls Short of Expectations
 
ENTERTAINMENT

‘Lightning Thief’ Disappoints Series’ Fans

Twitter Becomes Job Hunting Accessory

 
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‘Batman’ Producer Preaches Perseverance
On Wednesday, Feb. 17, Michael Uslan, producer of of the modern, “darker” Batman movies, spoke to Manchester College students about his rise from Indiana University undergraduate to Hollywood producer.

Before Uslan took the stage, senior English major Adam King, a self-proclaimed Bat-Geek gave a short introduction.

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NEWS

Students Recount Medical Trip To Nicaragua
TIFFANY BERKEBILE
What kind of presentation incorporates one hammock, boots, pictures of pus and a large pot of beans and rice?

Students from the 2010 Nicaragua Medical Practicum used all of these tools during their Feb. 15 Science Seminar presentation about their January session trip.

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Joo Won Park Performs Experimental Music
BAILEY VORNDRAN
Students and faculty packed the Wine Recital Hall’s seats and floor space last Tuesday Feb. 16 to hear Joo Won Park speak and perform music with the use of computers, toys, chalk and slinkys.

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Model U.N. Attends Valentine’s Day Conference
JOSEPH STUART
Manchester College’s Model United Nations recently left the familiarity of North Manchester, Ind. to venture into the Boston Park Plaza Hotel for the Harvard National Model United Nations conference. Faculty advisor Benson Onyeji accompanied the students on their Valentine’s weekend event.

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Commencing ‘101 Days To Commencement’
DUSTIN SCHUTTE
The laughter, joy and excitement of over 90 graduating seniors filled the air of the Lahman room last Thursday, when the annual '101 Days to Commencement' celebration took place.

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SPORTS

Tiger’s Apology Falls Short of Expectations
ADAM KING
Aren’t apologies funny?
I suppose it’s all a determinant of someone’s personality, you know, the way they apologize to other people.


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ENTERTAINMENT

‘Lightning Thief’ Disappoints Series’ Fans
KERRY BUSH
After seeing “Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief,” I wondered if the screenwriter of the movie even read the book the movie was supposedly based on or if he just got a summary from Wikipedia. Although come to think of it, even Wikipedia with all its editors can give a better synopsis of Rick Riordan's epic novel “The Lightning Thief” than the screenwriter of this movie did.

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Twitter Becomes Job Hunting Accessory
ADAM KING
I’ve just recently become acclimatized to the Twitter craze. I kept telling myself that I wouldn’t give in, that I was stronger than Twitter. Well, I’m not. That much is clear. But as long as I’m using Twitter on a regular basis (I tweet mostly about my life as it pertains to films and my writing), I might as well use it for more than pure narcissistic endeavors...

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OPINIONS

Movie Buff’s Pick For Top Ten Films In 2009
ADAM KING
I’m disappointed that I couldn’t get my lazy hind parts out to the theater more, but my class status as a proletariat certainly doesn’t aid me in my personal quest to self-fulfillment – i.e. watching every film I can until I either go blind or start bleeding from the eyes.

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