Thursday, April 23, 2009

Hungover much?

It's Thursday, April 23 and 4 out of 5 college students recommend the C&W to help cure hangovers.

First things first,
yesterday was Spring Fling so we took the day off and need to catch up on some news: Check out the post below this one to see some pictures and videos from yesterday's festivities.

The Temple News reported that TUComedy, an organization of students devoted to, you guessed it- comedy, is kicking some ass in a national competition. The team of Matthew D’Avella, Rudy Mezzy, Aaron Miller, and Nathan Jaiyeola defeated those squares over at UPenn in a regional competition, and are set to face UNC in the round of 8. The videos will be posted online and the viewers will decide the winners, so we'll be sure to post the links when they're up. Check out a video of some of Aaron Miller's stand-up here.

In other news,
the Temple Times reported that a study conducted by Temple's Arts and Quality of Life Center found that listening to soothing music can help you relax and therefore is beneficial to people with heart problems. Hell I coulda told you that.

There were no TU sports,
but the sixers lost 96-87 in Orlando, and the Phillies lost 3-1. The Sixers are now even with the Magic 1-1, and will play at the Wachovia Center on Friday.


Sunny and mid to high 50's all day, falling to low 40's overnight.

Good stuff from the Temple Today:
Passing of Ralph W. Howard.

Former editor of the "Temple Times," described by Temple President Emeritus Peter J. Liacouras as "a good person, a good writer and a wonderful colleague.”
He was also a bat boy for the Philadelphia Athletics baseball team.

Slideshow presentation: "An Inconvenient Truth": 2:30-4 p.m. Walk Auditorium. A live presentation by Lance Simmens, presenter for Al Gore's The Climate Project.

Oh yea, yesterday was Earth day too. And we all know we didn't do anything for that on Spring Fling, so we should probably go to this, and maybe recycle something.

Fourth annual World Voices Poetry Festival: 3-5 p.m. Student Center, the Underground. This event showcases more than 20 languages offered at Temple, and features poetry readings by Temple students and faculty. Refreshments will be served.

Cool a festival
Go listen to poetry

and get some free drinks

- Haiku by the C&W

Other cool stuff:
TU Def Poets, 7:30 in the SAC 200. 3 v. 3 b-ball tourny, IBC 9-11.

Softball dub head vs. St. Hoe's @ Ambler, 3 & 5. Men's and Women's track @ the Penn Relays, all day.

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