The Beacon, October 22, 2010

Beacon Staff


Athletics, admissions aim to diversify; What’s that smell?; NW to compost in caf: The dirty details; SGA discusses removal of Homecoming court, recent TV change; Military recruiters accept openly gay recruits; France buried in protests over pension; Alcohol diminishes control over brain; Drink up, but model responsibility; Dear Reader...From the Editors; The ultimate battle: Facebook vs. Twitter; The healthier choice for Halloween; A fun tradition with a creepy past; How To: Halloween costumes on a college budget; The inside scoop about students losing sleep; Sufjan’s sporadic new album looks inward; Check out: Time killers and space fillers; Simple, ridiculous games offer short-lived entertainment; Mitchell’s historical novel considers worth of life’s intangibles; Abducted boy creates a world of his room; Volleyball continues perfect season; Raiders pillage Defenders; Women’s cross country sees improvement; Women’s soccer season nears end; Ups and downs for men’s soccer; Career day for men’s cross country; Men's golf wraps up fall schedule