Come see the comedy that is guaranteed to make you laugh! Brighton Beach Memoirs is playing Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 2,3, & 4 at 7 pm, and Sunday, Nov. 5, @2 pm in the Little Theatre. Tickets are $7 for students.
Calling all performers! Talent show application deadline is extended to November 3.
Andy An, Nick Shutes, Cristian Morales, Daryl Bundang, Gabe Nguyen, Teresa Jong, My Tran, Shaun Shutes, & Victoria Humphrey were all award-winners @ the 8th annual Pumpkin Patch Dash.
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By John Chau, Courier Staff Writer
Photos by Dana Llarena and Jessica Rosales
Despite the recent gang fights and heightened enforcement of Halloween rules, this year Logan students show no decline in their festive dress for Hallow’s eve. The celebration remains as enthusiastic as ever with the introduction of new and exciting costumes.
Members of the Courier staff dressed up for the holiday (Jessica Rosales-Dana Llarena/Courier Photo)
Posted by courier at 12:55 PM. Filed under: News
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By Susan Muramoto, Courier Staff Writer
Those who have watched both “Saw” and “Saw II” know the basic background of this twisted movie that was released on October 27. Continuing the plots of the first two movies, “Saw III” delivers another gruesome tale of people who are kidnapped and placed in torturous life-or-death situations in which they must decide how much their life is really worth to them.
Posted by courier at 10:46 AM. Filed under: Entertainment
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By Pamela Gutierrez, Courier News Editor
Halloween has always been an exciting time on the Logan campus as hundreds of students dress up to celebrate the holiday. This year however, the festivities may be stifled by a few extra rules.
Logan students Aprille Barzaga, left, and Heather Enrile wear costumes that conform with this year's rules. (Courier Photo)
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By Lisa M. Krieger
San Jose Mercury News (MCT)
SAN JOSE, Calif. — It is a rite of fall almost as familiar as Homecoming: Excited Stanford students decorate their new rooms with desktop computers, laptops, printers, game consoles, wireless routers and assorted electronic gizmos built at home over summer vacation.
Then something breaks. Or freezes. Or takes down an entire dormitory's network.
Melissa Schirmer, left, and her roommate, Stephanie Swenson, laugh at a printing mistake with Xuan Smith, a member of Stanford University's residential computing staff which helps students with computer tech support. (Jim Gensheimer/San Jose Mercury News/MCT)
Posted by courier at 07:49 AM. Filed under: News
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By Billy O'Keefe
McClatchy-Tribune News Service (MCT)
For: PlayStation 2
From: Clover Studio/Capcom
ESRB Rating: Mature
Awesomely terrible or terribly awesome? That is the question surrounding "God Hand," arguably the most polarizing game to arrive in 2006. The "love it or hate it" superlative is abused to the point of irrelevance, but Clover's bizarre brawler is the real deal.
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Chiang Kai-shek (October 31, 1887 – April 5, 1975) was a Chinese military and political leader who assumed the leadership of the Kuomintang (KMT) after the 1925 death of Sun Yat-sen. He began his military education at the Baoding Military Academy, in 1906. Attended the Military State Academy in Japan in 1907. Chiang Kai-shek served in the Imperial Japanese Army from 1909 to 1911. He commmanded the Northern Expedition to unify China against the warlords and emerged victorious in 1928 as the overall leader of the Republic of China (ROC). Chiang led China in the Second Sino-Japanese War, during which Chiang's stature within China weakened, but his international prominence grew. During the Chinese Civil War (1927–1949), Chiang attempted to eradicate the Chinese Communists, but ultimately failed, forcing his government to retreat to Taiwan, where he continued serving as the President of the Republic of China and Director-General of the KMT for the remainder of his life.
A portrayal of Chiang Kai-shek commanding the National Revolutionary Army during the Northern Expedition.
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