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Cold season sorrows

It's that time of the semester again - the middle of October, which means midterms, shorter, crisper days and longer, colder nights. This change in the weather brings something else with it: The start of the cold and flu season.

News
Army of Me unites

Army of Me has yet to take over the world, but on Saturday night it certainly took over D.C.'s Black Cat with an energetic and engaging set that indicated potential for world domination. Superchunk, an indie-rock band with strong instrumentals and horrific vocals followed Army of Me's performance. The Rosebuds opened for both bands, playing the first set of the night to a fairly empty Black Cat, which grew crowded as the night went on.

Opinion
JAMS process is unfair

Guest Columnist Daniel Lobsenz discusses the need for JAMS to gain the faith and support of the student body, and its overbearing enforcement and punishment.

News
Jewelry to see, not to sport

"Jewels and Gems," on display at the Smithsonian American Art Museum until Feb. 8, displays many different types of jewelry as a wearable art form. The exhibition, which displays 130 pieces of jewelry made from the 1960s to the present, contains some very unusual pieces.

News
Art offers taste of French culture

Inspiration is not the feeling that comes to mind after seeing the National Gallery of Art's latest exhibit, "The Age of Watteau, Chardin, and Fragonard: Masterpieces of French Genre Painting," - unless the viewer is a history nut. These paintings show the modern eye the two sides of the controversial 16th century French society: The extravagant and the poor.

Opinion
Uncivil christianity

Guest Columnist Kevin Sheneberger reacts to the use of religious references to justify intolerance in the previous editorial entitled "A problem with Adam and Steve"

News
Greeks push alcohol-free week

Greeks Advocating for Mature Management of Alcohol (GAMMA) and other campus organizations are going to "Tell It Like It Is," the theme for this year's National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness Week (NCAAW) that started yesterday.

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Formula for aid may change

Next fall, college students' families could be expected to pay more for a student's education, if a slight change is made to the formula used to determine how much financial aid students receive from the federal government.

Sports
Kucerkova takes deserved break

AU Volleyball star Karla Kucerkova sat out the last two games of Saturday's match against Colgate, but not because of injury, head coach Barry Goldberg said in a phone interview Wednesday.

Sports
Eagles edge out Navy

On a rainy night that included tons of wind the Women's Soccer team edged the Navy Midshipmen by a final score of 5-4 in overtime. The game's nine goals included two different hat trick scorers.

News
Book teaches about greeks

Imagine what it would have been like to learn about Greek Life while still learning how to read. At that age, upon hearing of Delta, Sigma and Kappa, children might have wondered what those strange words meant. Now, kids can actually learn about sororities and fraternities at a very early age.

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