Monday, October 12, 2009

It's Monday night and PHILLLLIESS!!

The C&W would just like to take a moment and congratulate the Philadelphia Phillies for winning the National League Divisional Series in classic phightin' phils fashion. Bring on the Dodgers. For those wondering, it appeared relatively quiet on Temple's campus tonight after the win. I think we all expect to see much more from our world champion Phillies.

In other news, Temple's community service efforts paid off, as we were listed on a national honor roll for Universities who give back to local communities. The downside? UPenn took home first place and Drexel also made the ranked list. We'll get 'em next year.

In some more kinda bad news, ripped into the Wolgin Art competition today. Their main gripes were that the panel didn't follow guidelines in selecting the competitors. The prize was supposed to be for "emerging artists," and their post claims that the artists selected are already well established, and goes on to condemn pretty much everyone involved. Art wars, round two?

Also, check out this article about Temple alum/football stand out/super bowl champion/business owner Raheem Brock. You know that wingstop over at Avenue North? Yea, he owns that jawn, and is in the process of opening another one in Philly. Making the Cherry and White proud, Raheem.

Speaking of Temple football, peep this article on Jaiquawn Jarrett taking home MAC defensive player of the week honors. The dude had 9 tackles, 5 of them solo, two picks, a fumble recovery, and a break-up. For those who don't know, that's friggin' nuts. Congrats and thanks for the win dude.

Prof David Jacobs, UFO extraordinaire, at it again. This time the "alien abductions and hybrid" expert is attending the Pittsburgh UFO Conference this weekend. And we're not talking Prius-hybrids, we're talking alien human baby-hybrids. So glad this guy is a teacher here.

Once again, don't forget to pick up your Lupe Fiasco, Bob Dylan, and Cirque Du Soleil tickets, all on sale now at Damn, what is with the C&W and their advertising for that place. We should like, ask them for some dough.

Thanks for reading, we'll see ya bright and sunny tomorrow.


Anonymous said...

can you believe a girl is reading about football. lol :) i can't help it i love it!

mandie reed

Anonymous said...

Plenty of girls enjoy football. Nothing worth posting about.