The Beacon, November 4, 2011

Beacon staff


Romance combines with comedy: New NW play shows complexity of relationship; In new Thriller, time actually is money; Arts & Culture: Listening to an angry, metal Lou Reed; Smile -The Beach Boys sing again; Just in time for the fall: Timberlake stars in a stylish and socially-concious flick; Rocky with Robots: A down-and-out story of a re-emerging hero; Campus quotes; Exploring Wallace’s final masterpiece; Indian novel ‘Last Man in Tower’ presents a timeless tale of individual strength; Best in Show; Features: SSP Preview; Sports: Raiders roll to earn second chance at defending champs Hastings; High expectations surround women’s basketball team in search of three-peat; Women send seniors out with victory; Men’s basketball to play with end in mind this season; Defense holds strong in pivotal ranked match-up to keep playoff hopes alive; Red Raiders get revenge against Dordt at home; Opinion: Fine arts are underrated; The God of road trips and mission trips; Worshiping while sleeping; Elvis comes to campus; RISE Ministries founder, NW alum to speak at chapel; Around Campus: Poetry reading; Campus Convo; Play opens