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Campy sleaze of 'Rocky Horror' to shake up Webster

(10/27/94 10:00am)

It is time once again to break out the face paint, gather up those extra rolls of toilet paper and prepare to do the Time Warp. This Saturday night marks the return to the College of the longest running cult film phenomenon in Hollywood history. This Hanover Halloween weekend, "The Rocky Horror Picture Show" will grace Webster Hall on Oct. 29. at 10 p.m.




Golf season ends

(10/27/94 10:00am)

Although the women's golf team did not meet its goal of placing in the top half of the pack at last weekend's Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference tournament, the Big Green managed to hit a team low on the second day of play, collectively shooting a nine hole score of 345 on the Pennsylvania State University Blue Coarse.




Speaking Out?

(10/27/94 10:00am)

To highlight our societal ills and to engender change, many groups have co-opted speakouts/vigils as modes of publicizing and politicizing communities. Yesterday's speakout on the Green for domestic violence awareness week is a case in point. But instead of speaking out, in particular to a reporter of the school's daily newspaper, many of last night's participants choose instead to remain anonymous, shrouded in the darkness of the night. They asked the reporter not to print their names along with their stories.










A Cause for Outrage?

(10/26/94 10:00am)

Once college students took risks to speak out about their convictions. Our predecessors protested Vietnam and fought for divestment because they believed in human rights, and they sacrificed their convenience to demonstrate the depth of their commitment. One need only recall the students and professors who spent winter nights in shanties on the Green to comprehend the scope of the campus' concerns.






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