The Beacon, September 24, 2010

Beacon Staff


Come home and ‘Spread Red’; Grant, retreat reach end; Theatre perfects ‘Asian Folk Tales’; Record numbers spark NW prestige; Monitor stays; Breaking the Bubble: Stories across the nation and around the world; 3-D movies: Third dimension adds richness; 3-D mania: This, too, shall pass; Romanian Ruminations: Musing from Marit Langley; Colenbrander and Heemstra find unity under one roof; What’s behind the Gen Eds?: A look into NW’s Religion Department; What does your Facebook profile picture say about you?; A mission about baby clothes and Bibles; Pax Christi: a discussion of sects, denominations and religions; Novel spins American culture with satire, heartbreak; Check Out: Time killers and space fillers; The Walkmen redefine sound with upbeat, guitar-driven anthems; Halo finale solid through series’ tradition; Affleck directs, takes lead in hit heist film; Campus quotes; Two road wins for women's soccer; Malm leads football to victory; More domination by volleyball team; Men’s soccer on the wrong side of close games; Player Profile: Ben Karnish