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Pretty Girls Make Graves' sophomore album surprises

Seattle's Pretty Girls Make Graves have been victims of lazy journalism since their inception. Countless articles claim the band was named after the song penned by Morrissey-Marr, when in fact Morrissey adopted the phrase from beat author and cult hero Jack Kerouac.

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Kollarova rules court

It's a fact of life that accidents happen, and for AU Tennis star Katarina Kollarova, she's most thankful that she "accidentally" picked up a tennis racket and began what is quickly becoming one of the most dominant tennis careers in the Patriot League.

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Women's Soccer drops to GW

AU Women's Soccer fans probably expected AU sophomore midfielder Simone Konig to be the offensive force in Wednesday's match. Instead, it was GW forward Kim Warren, who scored one goal and started two others en route to a Colonial victory, 3-1.

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Did Hawn get it on in Hughes?

From the ancient Greeks to the mighty Romans, every culture has had its myths, and the student culture at AU is no different. Naked dances around a pagan god idol, Goldie Hawn antics and secret government maneuverings are part of the fabric of AU myths and rumors, some of which can be put to rest.

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Security measures questioned after 9-11

As the second anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks arrives, organizations across the nation have spoken out against the security regulations that have been instituted in reaction to the attacks. Some feel that the changes have been minor, however, and limited to areas such as the airport and federal offices.

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Police Blotter

Each edition The Eagle prints a report of crimes on campus. The Police Blotter is assembled through cooperation with the Department of Public Safety.

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All aboard for AU abroad?

Starting next semester, the implementation of new policies through AU Abroad, the program formerly known as World Capitals, will change the study abroad experience.

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Sept. 11 event disliked

Several students from the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Ally community were upset when the Salvation Army was chosen for the University-wide Sept. 11 service project because of the organization's "anti-gay policies."

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Murray wanders off track in 'Lost'

Coming off of a three-month binge of explosions, death, destruction and mayhem, it is refreshing to see that some directors choose to step away from overbearing eye-pleasers into the light of good cinematography.