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However, Hartford’s Revenge was Forthcoming

The Stony Brook Men’s Baseball team fell to Hartford, losing two straight in a double-header on Saturday, April 12 and falling 0-3 in the series. The Seawolves lost 5-3 in game one and trailed 6-1 in the second. Having lost three straight games, the Seawolves’ record is 15-14, flirting above .500 and is 4-3 in conference play. Hartford bounced up to 12-14 and 6-1 in conference play.
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Men’s Lacrosse Spears Hartford

After losing a close conference game to the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, the Stony Brook Men’s Lacrosse team bounced back, winning two conference games against Vermont and Hartford, 13-9 and 11-7 respectively.
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Undemocratic Corporate Globalization

It is no secret that the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), set up by globalist kingpin David Rockefeller, exists to push for a world government. Carroll Quigley, mentor to Bill Clinton and member of CFR, says himself, "The Council on Foreign Relations...believes national boundaries should be obliterated and one-world rule established." In an effort to make this a reality, they have used incrementalism as a way to gain gradual acceptance of their plans.
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Ode to an I-Con

For three weeks, I toiled away in my room. Sweat-stained Hanes contained rolls I had been trying to get down. The diet of McDonald's number two meals and Taco Bell’s chalupas did not help, but while I bookmarked Goons with Spoons, running a guild takes up too much time to cook like that sweet Rachel Ray. I was up all night on my seventh bottle of Bawls, cardboard and duct tape strewn all over the room. My costume would be the star of the show.
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Bustin' Makes Him Feel Good

To the person who dislikes anime, science fiction and costume fornication, I-Con is not the place to be. With hundreds of peculiar fans dressing up as their beloved characters, it appeared as though Halloween came early this year. However, amid the sword-dueling ninjas, the medieval women and—yes—Moses, there was one of American culture’s greatest supernatural fighting legends, Ernie Hudson, the ghost buster.
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What a Drag Show; Warning: Full of Innuendo

When I heard there was to be a drag show happening in Tabler on April 10, I figured that this would be a great opportunity for me to get involved with the activities on campus. When I arrived at the Tabler Arts Center, a place I have never been before (I have passed the dreaded steps many times but never ventured up them), I knew I was in for something different. I am as straight as they come, but I am all about one’s freedom.
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Panic at the Disco Playing With Punctuation

It seems that emo kids do have something to fear from Panic at the Disco’s sophomore album, Pretty. Odd., released March 25. The band, once known for their hard beat, techno undertone and circus theme, has emerged from their three years of song writing with a new and more mature sound from their first release A Fever You Can’t Sweat Out.
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Proof of Evolution

Spore is proof of evolution. That’s right. Spore. It’s an interaction simulation that shows the progression of species as they start in tide pools, grow limbs (or not) to climb onto land, form tribal existences, build up civilizations, and then finally blow up other planets.
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Stony Brook Idle? No, Idol

I stopped watching American Idol. Quite frankly, it’s become a mockery of itself (Simon Cowell used to be my curmudgeonly hero; but he has long since been replaced by Gregory House). Luckily, Stony Brook Idol is still fresh and interesting, and a great opportunity to see the sort of talent that can’t necessarily come out to the Open Mic Nights at Tabler or the various productions that occur every semester.