Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Bye Wednesday

Congratulations, you've made it to the college weekend. You've also made it to the end of September, and right on cue the weather has turned to shit.

But is ain't allllll bad.

First, peep this short article about Temple's School of Tourism and Hospitality management winning some unspecified award from the International Festivals & Events Association. Good job! We think.

Temple students win awards too! Check out this Temple Times article about how SCT students Chinonye Chukwu and Craig Bazan won prestigious Princess Grace awards for film. Chukwu took home $24,000 to produce a film.

Then, check out this Citypaper article, whose writer came to Temple in search of Owls with fashion sense. And as you can see, boy, did they find some.

The Temple News also posted some interesting stuff tonight. First, check out their BAC post about how TU alert will be doing a test tomorrow at 4 p.m. So if you're in class at that time, get your giggle face ready as it's almost guaranteed that someone will have forgotten to turn their phone on silent. Then again, only about 10 people have signed up so maybe not.

Then, check out this montage the put up of the Friday Freestyle session. In case you missed it, legit freestylers and wannabes alike gather by the bell tower every Friday afternoon to wage some lyrical battles. TN recorded some of it and took some photos, pretty cool.

No sports today, again, but there is a new article on the website about a "turn back the clock" men's b-ball game at McGonigle hall against Bowling Green, the first men's game played there since 1997. Read: not worth hosting a game in the LC for Bowling Screen, a game with an average attendance of about 500.

Also at the time of posting, the Phils are up 10-3 in the bottom of the 7th in their bid to win the NL East for the third straight year. So unless they blow it, cheers to Phils!

That's all for tonight, thanks for reading, get your rest and we'll see you for Thirsty Thursday!

1 comment:

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My friend and I were recently talking about the ubiquitousness of technology in our daily lives. Reading this post makes me think back to that discussion we had, and just how inseparable from electronics we have all become.

I don't mean this in a bad way, of course! Societal concerns aside... I just hope that as technology further advances, the possibility of copying our memories onto a digital medium becomes a true reality. It's one of the things I really wish I could see in my lifetime.

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