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Volume 88, Number 18
Union protests MnSCU bonuses John Russett ASST. MARQUEE EDITOR
For the third year in a row, union members protested outside the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities annual retreat. The American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees Council 5, the Minnesota branch of AFSC, protested outside MnSCU headquarters in St. Paul on Sept. 20, while new MnSCU chancellor Steve Rosenstone addressed the board of trustees inside. The purpose of the protest was to try to stop bonuses being paid to MnSCU bosses, according to afscmemn.org. June Clark, an AFSCME member who works at the Fergus Falls campus of Minnesota State Community Technical College, said, “Trustees are passing out bonuses with one hand; pink slips and tuition hikes with the other hand. We need to put a stop to that.” Kimberly Johnson, an AFSCME member who works at SCSU, said if everyone is supposed to be sharing QV\PM[IKZQÅKMVMKM[[IZaL]ZQVO these times of economic tension the presidents and vice-presidents should not be accepting any sort of bonus or reward. “They’re saying it’s not a bonus, that it’s performance pay,” Johnson said. “But their performance pay is based on the goals that they set. And the administrators are the ones that delegate that down so the people that are actually doing the work are giving them the bonus.” <PMKWVÆQK\2WPV[WV[IQLQ[ not the fact that these bonuses are written into the contracts of certain administrators. <PMKWVÆQK\[\MU[NZWU\PM belief that while everyone is suffering -- students are paying more for tuition and AFSCME members
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Celebrate! implements pride events Kyra Loch ASST. NEWS EDITOR
SCSU announced a new program for events called Celebrate! St. Cloud State. Celebrate! St. Cloud State will be a yearlong series of events with the goal of planning events for students, alumni, and families. “Celebrate! St. Cloud State gives alumni more opportunities to come back and visit,” said Terri Mische from the Alumni Association. “We want people to come back more frequently.” The program kicked off this XI[\_MMSMVL_Q\PQ\[ÅZ[\M^MV\
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Each shirt hung on the clothesline had a handwritten message to deliver.
Take Back the Night promotes awareness Brenna Casey STAFF WRITER
Hundreds of battered t-shirts swung in the autumn breeze throughout Barden Park as community members, sexual and domestic abuse advocates came together in a united front against violence. “Take Back the Night is a national event which helps to raise awareness against women and honor the victims of domestic violence,” said Tamara Hennes-Vix, client services coordinator of the Central Minnesota Sexual Assault Center. “The purpose is to bring together community in a united front against violence, but it is also a place where survivors
KIVKWVNZWV\\PMQZXI[\[IVLÅVLXXWZ\IVL understanding amongst other survivors.” It is an annual event sponsored by Anna Marie’s Alliance, the Central Minnesota Sexual Assault Center, Kappa Phi Omega and Delta Phi Epsilon Sororities, the Corner Bean, KVSC and the St. Cloud State Community Counseling Graduate Student Association. In addition, several other student clubs and organizations, such as Students for Sexual Consent, participated in the event. The Kappa Phi Omega Sorority played a major role in this year’s Take Back the Night event as Brianna Flood, treasurer and Anna Marie’s Volunteer; Mandie Mischler, president of Kappa Phi; and Katie Bolen and Bethany
Shevich took on the responsibility helping to organize the event. Throughout the year, Kappa Phi has held fundraisers such as the dunk tank and annual rose sale in order to raise money for the aid of battered women and survivors. “This is a community issue … we all know someone affected,” said Brianna Flood when asked about the inspiration for the sorority’s involvement. The night began with a social hour where individuals had the opportunity to read the personal and “powerful” stories told by victims of sexual and domestic abuse through The
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SCSU bike shop recycles, redistributes Hannah Swift ASSOCIATE EDITOR
With the cost of gas at well over $3 a gallon, more people are looking for alternative modes of transportation. 7]\LWWZ-VLMI^WZ[IVWNÅKM run through the Department of Sports Facilities and Campus Recreation, provides students and St. Cloud community members the opportunity to embrace a cheap, eco-friendly way to get around. “Everything else we do usually involves reusing old parts,” said
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Evan Parkhouse, an SCSU student and the rental center manager at Outdoor Endeavors. “We do all major and minor repairs on bicycles, but we don’t really have a stock of inventory or parts other than tubes and tires.” All the metal parts that are unusable get put in a metal recycling bin on campus, which then gets sent to a larger metal recycling station. Tubes and tires are more LQNÅK]T\\WZMKaKTMIKKWZLQVO\W
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Any unusable metal bicycle parts are recycled via campus maintenance.
Grill-outs and Sodexo
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Just because you can’t see it, doesn’t mean it isn’t there
Monday, October 3, 2011
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Fire drills scheduled for early this week Michael Runyon NEWS EDITOR
Students and faculty will have to pack up and TMI^MKTI[[\MVUQV]\M[MIZTaL]M\WÅZMLZQTT[_PQKP IZMXIZ\WN ;+;=¼[)TT0IbIZL[8TIV Joe Teff, the coordinator for the upcoming drills, said, “What we’re trying to achieve is to let folks know where their primary evacuation sites are. Most people know when they come in the building where they came in and they have a tendency to want to go JIKSW]\\PI\_Iaº “That’s not always the proper thing to do because say, for example, you came in a primary exit IVL\PMZM¼[IÅZMVW_aW]PI^M\WÅVLI[MKWVLIZa exit to go out. That’s some things that the staff and \PM[\]LMV\[PI^M\WTMIZVº SCSU is mandated to conduct annual tests of it’s MUMZOMVKa[a[\MU[Ja\PZMMWZOIVQbI\QWV[#.-5) MnSCU and the state of Minnesota. SCSU’s All 0IbIZL[8TIVPI[JMMV[M\]X\WUMM\\PM[MUIVLI\M[<PMÅZMLZQTT_PQKPQ[XIZ\WN \PM)TT0IbIZL[ Plan, has ran annually for the last four years. Teff said, “I started planning it two and a half months ago because we have to take into account when we’re doing the actual drills. We’ve been doing it for four and a half years now so we’re getting the
Bikes Continued from Page 1 Parkhouse, but Eric’s Bike Shop on Division Street in St. Cloud is one of the places that will take them. When they can, Outdoor Endeavors tries to bring old tubes and tires to Eric’s. Bicycle repairs, rentals, and free-to-ride programs are a sampling of the services Outdoor Endeavors offers. The Yellow Bike Program, an initiative supported by SCSU and Outdoor Endeavors, allows students to borrow bicycles that are painted completely yellow to get around on campus. Traditionally the yellow bicycles are not chained up, but left in bike racks around campus. But according to Cory Mooney, a student employee at Outdoor Endeavors, the Yellow Bike Program had some issues with bicycles being stolen. Mooney said Outdoor Endeavors is planning to change the Yellow Bike Program, giving the bicycles a new color - red - and a checkout system that will hold cyclists more accountable. “The new program will hopefully regulate it a bit more so they’re not all stolen \PMÅZ[\_MMSº5WWVMa[IQL “It will still be free to check W]\\PMJQSM[º Parkhouse, one of the students behind the revised program, said the program will be called Husky Re-Cycle and operate out of Lawrence Hall. “It will be different than the Yellow Bike program, because the students at Lawrence Hall, they will be able to go to the front desk to check out a helmet and a key, and the key will correspond
OQ[\WN Q\XZM\\a_MTTº Some faculty have expressed concerns about the timing of the drills. The drills were announced via an email that was sent to faculty and staff last week. Some of the main concerns were that the email did not give professors enough time to schedule around the drills. Judy Litterst, a professor of communications, said, “I had to redo the syllabus. You’re not sure if all the students are going to keep up on it. I had to [\IZ\UI\MZQITMIZTQMZ\WÅTTQV\PMJTIVS[WV\PI\IVL couldn’t just move it to the next day so I shifted it for \PMMV\QZM_MMSº “It kind of irritates me when we can have other information that comes out early to allow us, when we’re setting up our syllabus, to set it up without the disruption because that’s a confusion for students. Some of them aren’t there in class and they’ve missed that information. My request is to be respectful. Put the information out in August if they know they’re going to do this. This happened to me last aMIZ\WWº The announcement about the drills was part of an administrative process that started two months ago. One of the reasons given for the timing of the drill is that there are electricians on duty to look over any mechanical or electrical faults in the alarm
_Q\PIJQSMW]\[QLMº8IZShouse said. “They can take it, make their rounds around campus, and then check it back in at Lawrence when \PMa¼ZMLWVMº Parkhouse said the goal with the old and new freeto-ride programs has always been to recycle old bikes that still have some life in them. “Initially that’s what the yellow bike program started as, a way to recycle old JQSM[º8IZSPW][M[IQL¹<PM new goal is similar, where we still take in scraps and junker bikes that would end up in \PM\ZI[PWZTIVLÅTT_MKIV reuse them before they go \PMZMº The Yellow Bike Program was originally a project by students much like the new one will be a senior project for a group of students majoring in environmental and technological studies. :I\PMZ\PIVINZMMÆWI\ing bike borrowing system, Parkhouse says the new check-out system will hopefully make the bicycles last longer. In the future, Outdoor Endeavors would also like to get more than just Lawrence Hall involved. Besides the different freeto-ride bicycle programs offered by Outdoor Endeavors, they also have Diamondback mountain bicycles that anyone can rent for a fee of $5 per day. The mountain bike rentals as well as the bicycle repair shop are located in Halenbeck Hall. If students are willing to volunteer time to work on bikes for the Yellow Bike Program, or the up-and-coming Husky Re-Cycle bicycles, then Parkhouse said they will also be able to work on their own bicycles to some extent. “Volunteer bike mechanQK[IZMIT_Ia[_MTKWUMº Parkhouse said.
systems. Teff said, “I put out the initial notice over two and a half months ago and then it had to go through IVIXXZW^ITXZWKM[[.IK]T\aIVLM^MZaWVMPI[\PM chance to come to the presidents council if they have any issues with it. We don’t want to put it out too [WWVJMKI][MXMWXTMNWZOM\IJW]\Q\\W[WUMM`\MV\º “They should have a fairly good understanding that we’re going to do it every fall. We have to set it at some time. I know that there are so many things going on on campus and there are labs and tests and speeches. At some point you have to decide when aW]¼ZMOWQVO\WLWQ\º The drills are scheduled for Oct. 3, 4 and 5 at various times. Most of the drills will be scheduled for 10 minutes before class ends and some are scheduled for other times, such as 10:35 a.m. and 2 p.m. Litterst said that she would certainly accommoLI\MNWZ\PMLZQTTQN \PMaX]\Q\W]\MIZTaILLQVO¹.WZ faculty who have performances, and we have a lot here in communications studies, that is disrespectful. There was a statement in their message that said, ‘Be sure you don’t schedule tests,’ and I think that’s demeaning the whole purpose of us being here at the University. My whole thing is to be more respectN]T\WNIK]T\aº
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Monday Intern search and preparation seminar 10 - 10:50 a.m. This event is free and open to the public and will take place at Centennial Hall, room 207. Attendees will learn about how to prepare for and ÅVLQV\MZV[PQX[6W registration required.
Tuesday Sign up for mock interview days 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. This event will cost $5 and is open to students. The event will take place at Centennial Hall, room 215. Students wishing to sign up for mock interviews can at this time. Speaker Jamie Nabozny 5 p.m. The event is free for students and $5 for the public. The event will be held at the Ritsche Auditorium. Jamie 6IJWbVa_QTT[XMIS about bullying and his documentary will be shown.
Cory Mooney, a student employee at Outdoor Endeavors, tinkers with warped spokes on a bike wheel.
Take back Continued from Page 1 Clothesline Project. The Clothesline Project was developed more than 20 years ago in response to the domestic violence and sexual abuse against women and children. Attendees of the event were able to create their own t-shirts in order to “shatter the [QTMVKMºWN \PMQZXI[\IVLQV[XQZMW\PMZZ^Q^WZ[ to come forward and know that they are not alone. Throughout the crowd walked three girls. Leah Dhein, Andrea Winkels and Gabby Volkers demonstrated the many different areas of a woman’s life in which she could be taken advantage of or disrespected. Dhein wore a wedding dress in order to represent “violence QVIVQV\QUI\MZMTI\QWV[PQXº?QVSMT[QVJ][Qness attire, illustrated “sexual harassment in the _WZSXTIKMºIVL>WTSMZ[LZM[[ML\W[aUJWTQbQVO date rape and dating violence. Niila Witikko preformed acoustically at the event. Not only encouraging women to attend, UMUJMZ[WN ¹<ISM*IKS\PM6QOP\ºIT[WMVKW]Zaged men to come in order to better understand not only femininity, but also masculinity. By empowering males to step up and do the right thing, they can also help lead one another towards the better treatment of women. Later in the evening, survivors of domestic and sexual abuse had the opportunity to share their stories with the crowd.
One woman who had experienced forms of violence and abuse throughout her life explained how it had helped her to become a stronger individual and better volunteer at the Sexual Assault Center. She reminded the survivors of the abuse that \PMZMQ[¹VW\PQVOXZQ^I\MXMZ[WVITWZQV\QUI\Mº about sexual abuse and “the silence must be [PI\\MZMLº With 1 in 3 women having been sexually violated in their lifetime and 1 in 4 being involved in an abusive relationship, nearly all individuals will at some point know someone who has been affected. “It is important that you believe them and understand that you are going to have to support
\PMUNWZ\PMTWVOPI]Tº4MM4I,]MKWWZLQVI\WZ of sexual assault services for the SCSU Women’s Center, said in regards to how to support a friend dealing with a crisis situation. “It’s also IJW]\XZM^MV\QWVZMKWOVQbQVO\PM[QOV[IVL intervening when necessary. Students can attend classes on bystander intervention techniques at the Women’s Health Center and become involved in Students for Sexual Consent and other IL^WKI\MOZW]X[WVKIUX][º Take Back the Night closed with a walk throughout the SCSU campus and a closing speech reminding those present of the importance of strength and breaking the silence.
Career Day 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. The event is free and open to the public and will take place at the Atwood Ballroom. Approximately 70 employers will promote their career opportunities.
The Historical Context for a “PartTime Indian” 4 p.m. - 5 p.m. This event is free and open to the public. The event is hosted by Dr. Rob Galler and will examine the “Absolutely True Story of a Part-Time 1VLQIVº
Saturday Grilling with the Greeks Tailgating Party 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. This event is free for students and will take place at K-lot. Greeks will host a tailgating party to show others about Greek society.
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Business Wall Street protesters need a reality check Hannah Swift BUSINESS COLUMN
The Wall Street protestors have been making recent headlines in news outlets across the country. The group, calling their movement Occupy Wall Street has been camping out in Zuccotti Park, a plaza in Manhattan’s Financial District, for nearly two weeks. Numbers have varied day to day, from as few as 100 demonstrators to more than 2,000. About 700 protestors were arrested on Saturday after a march effectively shut down half of the Brooklyn Bridge. While the protests may be making headlines, confusion abounds about what exactly their demands are. Most news sources, including the Associated Press, have reported that the Occupy Wall Street group has several issues they are protesting. Corruption of Wall Street, poverty, genetiKITTaUWLQÅMLNWWLKWZXWrate greed, social inequality and global warming have all been cited as reasoning
behind the demonstrations, among other grievances. It is still unclear exactly what their demands are. However, judging by the issues they’re bringing up, Occupy Wall Street would like a society where everyone is treated the same and makes the same amount of money, not to mention get rid of America’s free market values. Sounds a bit like a certain political system that has proven unsuccessful in countries such as North Korea, Germany and Cuba. Grievances against corporate greed may be jus\QÅIJTMJ]\XZW\M[\WZ[[PW]TL check themselves before they wreck themselves, to borrow a popular adage. Any person who is born a U.S. citizen is already better off than billions of people around the world. Our society is one of the wealthiest and most successful to have ever existed. We have a high standard of living, which means that even those who are below the poverty line in the United States still have so much
more compared to those living in poverty in third world countries. Take this quote, from Erin Larkins, a Columbia University graduate student who is participating in the Wall Street protests. “I don’t think we’re asking for much, just to wake up every morning not worrying whether we can pay the rent, or whether our next meal will be rice and beans again,” Larkins wrote in an email to the Associated Press. “No one is expecting immediate change. I think everyone is just hopeful that people will wake up a bit and realize that the more we speak up, the more the people that do have the authority to make changes in this world listen.” Larkin also wrote she and her boyfriend PI^M[QOVQÅKIV\[\]LMV\ loan debt, which is another reason she wanted to join the protests. Of course you are going to be scrimping for money after you go to Columbia. We are supposed to rally to the cause because you can’t pay off your private school
loans? Give me a break. Of course, this is only one person’s story. Many people are struggling to make ends meet, but most XMWXTM_QTTOWW]\IVLÅVL jobs, attend universities that UISM[MV[MÅVIVKQITTaIVL try to positively contribute to society. Some of the Wall Street protestors have been spotted with their MacBooks and digital camera equipment as they demonstrate. If you’re so against social inequality, maybe looking outside of your immediate surroundings will help you realize we have it pretty good in the United States. Bottom line: if you can’t afford to live in one of the most expensive cities in the U.S. or attended graduate school at a private university, and if you don’t understand the drawbacks of what you’re asking for, essentially a communist economic system, then maybe you should reexamine your reason for protesting. It’s not Wall Street’s fault people bite off more than they can chew.
Amazon makes e-readers affordable Jun-Kai Teoh EDITOR-IN-CHIEF
Launched in 2007, the Amazon Kindle didn’t make as big a splash as many had hoped. Fast forward four years later and three different generations of “Kindles” later, perhaps this time Amazon will make a bigger wave. The e-reader market is growing steadily and gaining momentum as the years pass by. More and more schools, colleges and libraries are offering e-book support, publishers are making more titles available and even independent writers are getting themselves published through the e-book market. Amazon’s refreshed their entire family of “Kindles” this year
with four models: the Kindle, Kindle Touch, Kindle Keyboard and Kindle Fire. The new Kindles, except the Kindle Fire, are available now. The Kindle Fire will be released on Nov. 15, 2011. With the cheapest Barnes and Noble Nook, also Amazon’s biggest e-book competitor, priced at $139, Amazon’s Kindle has a slight edge over its competitor. The Kindle sports a fairly minimalistic design and is priced at $79, while the Kindle Touch comes with a touchscreen and is priced at $99. But what the geeks and techies have been waiting for is the long rumored Kindle Fire, an Android-based 7” tablet. Like the Nook Color, its chief competitor, the Kindle Fire has a fairly book-oriented layout and design to it. Priced at $199, it’s
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Technology still a fair bit cheaper than its competitor. What sets the Kindle Fire a little bit more apart is that much of the content on the tablet will be stored online, for free, through the Amazon Cloud Storage. Meaning users can, theoretically, delete any book they do not want at the time and easily restore it at a later date. Sadly however, the Kindle Fire only comes in a Wi-Fi model and lacks cameras or microphones. Whether the $199 price point R][\QÅM[\PI\Q[aM\\WJM[MMV Perhaps with e-readers priced at a far more affordable $79 now, the e-book market might begin to make the splash people have hoped it would. Now all we have to do is wait for Barnes and Nobles’ response to Amazon’s latest salvo.
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University Chronicle - Page 7
Monday, October 3, 2011
Diversity should be a multiple-way convention
Jason Tham OPINIONS EDITOR
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UPCOMING EVENTS Monday Night Jazz at Pioneer Place on Fifth, Monday Oct. 3 at 8 p.m. Open Mic Night at the Local Blend, Tuesday Oct. 4 at 7 p.m. ‘Doubt’ at the Performing Arts Center Arena Theater, SCSU, Tuesday - Saturday at 7:30 p.m., Sunday at 2 p.m. ‘I Am Sam’ at The Paramount Tuesday Oct. 4 at 7 p.m. Lisa Lynn at The Pioneer Place, Friday Oct. 7 at 9 p.m. Faculty Flute Recital: Melissa Krause at Ruth Gant Recital Hall, SCSU, Friday Oct. 7 at 7 p.m. ‘Tommy’ at The Pioneer Place, Thursday - Sunday at 7:30 p.m. Back to the ‘80s at The Paramount Theatre, Saturday Oct. 8 at 7:30 p.m. The Red Carpet hosts Trippin’ Billies: a tribute to the Dave Matthews Band, Oct. 7 and Readygoes, Oct. 8 The Press Bar hosts Space Needle, Oct. 7 and 8 Foot 4, Oct. 8 The Local Blend hosts Jake Braking & Carrie Collins, Oct. 7 and AdamHammer & Dave Cofell, Oct. 8 Current Exhibit at 912 Regency: Erik Karlson, from Oct. 3 - 30.
Current Exhibits at SCSU: Bradford Kissell – Alternate Angles in Atwood Gallery, Sept. 19 - Oct. 27
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Exhibit addresses Iraq war through art Chelsea Christman BEAT REPORTER
Navigating the Aftermath has hosted events around St. Cloud to educate and promote awareness about aspects of the Iraq War. The production is an art exhibit and campaign that “promotes healing and reconciliation through art.” Focusing on raising awareness on the impact of the war both in Iraq and in the US, the project featured IZ\ÅTUIKWVKMZ\IVLUWZM\W JMVMÅ\\PMKI][M The Iraqi and American Reconciliation Project, Visual Arts Minnesota, the Paramount Theatre and the Green Band sponsored Navigating the Aftermath’s traveling exhibition of art, ÅTUIVLLQITWO]M<PM/ZMMV Band, an SCSU student organization, is founded on the belief that “all great societal change comes from within the hearts, minds, and spirits of the individual.” The group exposes students and the community to new forms of art, music, and literature to encourage civic activism and volunteerism in order to help the world. Justin Michael, Executive Director of Navigating the Aftermath and a member of the Green Band, promotes, sponsors and raises insight for the events. He organized the project, and all aspects were free and open to the public. “We are trying to make a whole week of events to promote I_IZMVM[[IJW]\\PMKWVÆQK\QV Iraqi—how it has affected Iraqis and the people in our own country,” Michael said. The Navigating the Aftermath art exhibit made it’s spotlight debut this past week. Educating through art, the Paramount Theatre generously donated their space for the program. Heidi Steadman, Executive Director of Visual Arts Minnesota, handled the art component. A book artist and painter, Steadman said she creates her work around meaningful concepts with a drive of social issues. Her purposes are implied, causing people to stop and think, which is why she felt attached to the project. “We jumped on the Navigating the Aftermath show because we wanted something thought-provoking, and we didn’t have to conduct it from scratch,” Steadman said. Visual Arts Minnesota had to help fundraise and coordinate the events. The Paramount’s in-kind donation and other donators, including the Sexton Foundation, Alternatives to War, Benedictines for Peace, Pax Christi, and Judith and Bernard Jeub helped the event materialize. Steadman explained that the touring exhibit includes American and Iraqi artists, but local artists
are also featured in the Paramount gallery. “Your political stance isn’t the point, but bringing to life the reality of the Iraq War and war in general,” Steadman said. Featuring established and beginning artists, the art show was well attended. A multitude of art was displayed, including acrylic and watercolor paintings, photography, book art, and quilting. Work from local artists Shelly Leitheiser, Caron Lage, Yvonne Sexton, Deborah Vander Eyk and Sharon Pfau was displayed. “This program generates a creative, emotional, matter-of-fact portrayal that pulls on our heart strings,” Steadman said of the pieces. Michael also agreed on the [QOVQÅKIVKMWN \PMIZ\KWUXWVMV\ “People should come in and see the art, because art is an important part of culture that helps us understand how people are feeling, seeing their internal responses to external stimuli,” he said. For a few hours, guests enjoyed the artwork, food and refreshments. After the reception, there was a screening of a documentary titled “The Unreturned” in the Paramount auditorium. Nathan Fisher, director of “The Unreturned”, originally
of the aftermath of war, the story demonstrates the refugees’ struggle through bureaucracy, dwindling life savings, and forced idleness. “One of the largest consequences of the war, that is also severely unreported, is that Iraq’s professional middle class has been displaced, so they have been unable to rebuild the country,” Fisher explained. In the movie, Iraqi people say that life was better under Saddam Hussein than now. 7^MZNW]ZUQTTQWV1ZIYQ[ÆML their country because of war, meaning over 20 percent of Iraq’s population has been displaced. “Imagine American soldiers searching your house and then taking it over, basically kicking you out. In Iraq, there are no refugee camps, either,” Michael said. “The Unreturned” premiered in Minneapolis in 2010, receiving multiple rave reviews. The Minneapolis City Pages called it: “Artful IVL]VÆQVKPQVO°INMI\WN ZMUIZSable cinematic agility.” Since then, \PMÅTUPI[\ZI^MTMLIZW]VL\PM world. It has been shown in Damascus, Tokyo, Buenos Aires, and other locations, and Fisher is able \WRW]ZVMa_Q\PPQ[_WZSQN \PMÅTU festivals pay for his travel. “The Unreturned” emphasizes many issues, using candid dialogue
“P ersonally, Navigating the Aftermath is about reconciliation and
making the American people aware of the circumstances and what we can do as educated citizens to reconcile.” Justin Michael Executive Director of Navigating the Aftermath KZMI\ML\PMÅTUI[PQ[UI[\MZ¼[ thesis. Fisher is also Navigating the Aftermath’s tour director. Fisher received his master’s degree in ÅTUUISQVONZWU<PM6M_;KPWWT in New York in 2009. He said PMLQLV¼\_IV\\WXZWL]KMIÅTU R][\\WÅVQ[P[KPWWTIVLZMKMQ^M his degree. Instead, he wanted to create a professional movie to start his career. Fisher wanted to create a farZMIKPQVOQV\MZVI\QWVITÅTU¹<PM Iraqi refugee disaster was fairly ]VSVW_VIVL1ÅO]ZMLW\PMZ[ _W]TLÅVL\PMQ[MQV\MZM[\QVOI[ well,” Fisher said. So, he began researching and partnered with his high school friend, Matt Bowlby, to accomplish his task. Shot in Syria and Jordan, “The Unreturned” details the TQ^M[WN Å^M1ZIYQZMN]OMM[<PM LMÅVQ\QWVWN IZMN]OMMQ[[WUMWVM who has crossed a border. From different ethnicities and religions, \PMÅ^MUIQVKPIZIK\MZ[[XMISNWZ themselves. Showing the realities
and a bit of humor. By capturing the daily lives of the refugees, it is “personal and illustrative of the larger issues facing Iraq.” Michael described Fisher’s work as a powerful movie. “It’s important to see the faces of people being effected by the war since we are so exposed to terrorists, car JWUJ[ÅOP\QVOIVL[WTLQMZ[\PI\ we don’t get to see the doctors, lawyers, educators, college students and children being affected by it,” Michael said. The following evening, the /ZMMV*IVLPW[\MLIJMVMÅ\ concert in honor of Navigating the Aftermath. Featuring local bands, it was an all ages event. The music was a blend of local talents, including Fresh Picked, Winston Drei Tod, and Chase Binnie and Conscious Folk. An electric rock scene, the entertainment played at the Red Carpet’s Event Center. Michael invited each group to play, and he thanked attendees for coming and reported on the purpose of
Navigating the Aftermath. In between songs, the singer Chase Binnie gave a monologue speech focusing on the importance of dreaming. “It starts when we see something better for the world, something more fruitful and beautiful, and those dreams start to become reality,” Binnie said. He applauded Michael for being a dreamer and making a difference. All proceeds from the concert went to Veterans for Peace Iraq Water Project, a service organization that provides safe household water to Iraqi people. It was founded by former US military personnel. The organization builds municipal and rural water treatment plants to stop deaths due to contaminated water in Iraq. “Personally, Navigating the Aftermath is about reconciliation and making the American people aware of the circumstances and what we can do as educated citizens to reconcile,” Michael said. He suggested helping our veterans return home safely, working in our communities, and eliminating false stereotypes that Iraqis and Middle Eastern people are all terrorists and should be feared. In hopes of realizing the ongoing concepts, Michael said he wants people to understand the issues are not going to disappear. “Even though Navigating the Aftermath is only four days of events, the art celebration, promotion of awareness, and continuation of community dialogue doesn’t stop here. I like to view these events as not just one-day ordeals but as stepping stones for further dialogue in the future,” Michael said. Navigating the Aftermath has stopped in six Minnesota towns and will move to Duluth next. The exhibit will remain in St. Cloud through Oct. 6, 2011 at the Paramount Theatre. Guests are welcome Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Donations are encouraged and always accepted. For more information and to get involved, visit www.navigatingtheaftermath.org, www.iraqwaterproject.org, or www. theunreturned.com. <PMIZ\ZMKMX\QWVIVLÅTU screening took place at the Paramount Theatre on the evening of Sept. 28, 2011 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. The concert occurred the next day from 7 to 10 p.m at the Red Carpet’s Event Center.The art ZMKMX\QWVIVLÅTU[KZMMVQVO\WWS place at the Paramount Theatre on the evening of Sept. 28, 2011 from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The concert occurred the next day from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m at the Red Carpet’s Event Center.
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Krause shares music with audiences, students Chelsea Christman
the new device and kept improving at piano. Krause also composes music. Music has always played â€œFor me, composing a special part in Melissa takes time, concentration, Krauseâ€™s life. and quiet,â€? she said. She Since she started piano usually writes only one comlessons at age eight, she knew music was her passion. position a year, mostly for colleagues and friends who 1VĂ†]MVKMLJaI\MIKPMZ Krause stayed committed to request her services. An SCSU teacher for music. 16 years, she teaches Music â€œBy my junior year Theory 1 and 2 and three of high school, I realized Musicianship classes. 1_IV\ML\WJMIU][QK Musicianship is a comteacher,â€? Krause said. prehensive class that trains Following her dream, she students to look and underattended the University of Wisconsin in Eau Claire and stand what they are hearing, received her major in theory develop their voice, and use \PMSMaJWIZLI[I\WWT composition. â€œI like the variety of She continued her UaRWJNZWU\PMKTI[[M[ education at the University to performing and giving of Minnesota, earning her lessons,â€? Krause said. She masterâ€™s degree in theory teaches weekly 30-minute composition. private lessons, which are Music theory composirequired for music majors \QWVQ[JI[MLWVU][QKÂź[ and minors. inner workings. It involves Currently, she is writing ZMILQVOVW\M[\PMJI[QK I\M`\JWWS_Q\PPMZKWTfundamentals of music, league Marcelyn Smale. and digging deeper into the â€œRight now, we are deconcepts. [QOVQVO_WZSJWWSXIOM[[W â€œTo me, music is we are still in the process,â€? something I have always Krause explained. Although loved, and you can use it Q\QVĂ…VQ[PML\PMQZJWWS for communication and for _QTTNMI\]ZMJW\P\M`\IVL a creative outlet,â€? Krause pieces of music. said. She said, when she Krause performs as a was younger, no one had to push her to practice; Krause Ă†]\Q[\QVIOZW]XKITTML<ZQW Lorca as well. actually adored practicing Trio Lorca is an SCSU her music. faculty musical group that 1VĂ…N\POZILM3ZI][M WZQOQVI\MLIJW]\\MVaMIZ[ LQ[KW^MZML\PMĂ†]\MPMZ ago. Krause said they group instrument of choice today. +PWW[QVOĂ†]\MQVJIVLKTI[[ formed after Dr. Catherine she developed her skills with Verrilli, a singer, wanted a BEAT REPORTER
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Krause will be performing this Friday at 7 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center for the Faculty Flute Recital. XQMKM_Q\PĂ†]\MXMZK][[QWV and soprano. She asked Krause and Terry Vermillion, a percussionist, to join her. â€œWe all had so much fun working together, so we started the group,â€? Krause said.
Terry Vermillion, professor of percussion and Department of Music Chairperson, adored the group as well. â€œWe are three likeminded individuals, and we wanted to keep the group going,â€? Vermillion said. Vermillion said Trio
4WZKIÂź[Ă…Z[\XMZNWZUIVKM was a piece titled Madrigals, *WWS11_ZQ\\MVJa.MLMZQKW /IZKQI4WZKIIVLTaZQK[Ja /MWZOM+Z]UJ<PMOZW]X named themselves after Lorca, the Spanish composer and playwright, and \PM[WVOPI[[QVKMJMMVI sentimental favorite. â€œTrio Lorca is a fun discovery process and a creative outlet from teaching and paperwork,â€? Krause said. Krause explained that not many pieces are written NWZXMZK][[QWVĂ†]\MIVL soprano. Their unique colTIJWZI\QWVTM\[\PMUIZZIVOM their own music or add UQ[[QVOXIZ\[TQSMĂ†]\MQV\W the work. Vermillion said Trio Lorca tries to reach out to the community, too. â€œWe travel to schools to recruit for the university, advocate for music in the schools, and do outreaching into the central Minnesota area as part of the mission of the Department of Music,â€? Vermillion said. They perform, give speeches, and sometimes teach classes. Vermillion said the music department is very close, and he praised his Trio Lorca associate. â€œMelissa is an outstanding colleague; she is educated and professional, an excellent composer IVLĂ†]\Q[\IVL1Âź^MIT_Ia[ found her compositions to JMMVRWaIJTMWXMVIVLIKKM[[QJTMÂş>MZUQTTQWV[IQLWN Krause and her work. Recently, Trio Lorca
received news from a New York company called Distinguished Concert Artists. After sending in a tape last spring, the group received IZMXTaIJW]\IUWV\PTI\MZ that they were chosen as one of 15 concert artist groups to perform this season. â€œThey take auditions, so we sent them a CD and [WUMXIUXPTM\[IJW]\ ourselves, and they selected us as one of their performers this season, and we feel M`KQ\MLIVLPWVWZML\WJM selected,â€? Vermillion said. 0M[IQL\PM\ZQX_QTTJM JMVMĂ…KQITNWZ\PMQZXMZ[WVIT portfolios and the university as well. Trio Lorca will perform in the Weill Recital Hall of Carnegie Hall in New York on March 16, 2012. For her next upcoming M^MV\3ZI][MPI[IĂ†]\M recital scheduled on Oct. 7 at 7 p.m. in the Ruth Gant Recital Hall in room 230 of the Performing Arts Center. Krause practices daily, for 90 minutes or more, for several months in preparation for her recitals. She also has rehearsals with pianists and percussionists and researches pieces and their composers. For this performance, 3ZI][M_QTTJMI[[Q[\MLJa Ann Oleksowicz, piano, and Vermillion, percussion. She _QTTXMZNWZU_WZS[Ja;QT^I Kennedy, Telemann, Casella and Bausch. The recital is free and WXMV\W\PMX]JTQK
Back to the â€˜80s to rock the Paramount Staff Report
?PQXW]\aW]Z[XIVLM`IVLPIQZUM\ITJMKI][MQ\Âź[ Back to the 80s at the Paramount Theatre this Saturday. <PM.IJ]TW][)ZUILQTTW[_QTTJMPMILTQVQVO\PMN]VLZIQ[MZNWZ\PM\PMI\MZ\PI\Ă…Z[\WXMVMLQ\[LWWZ[ITUW[\ eighty years ago. <PMJIVLQ[KWUXW[MLWN Ă…^MXZWNM[[QWVITU][QKQIV[ JZQVOQVOQVO]M[\IZ\Q[\[\WĂ…\LQNNMZMV\\PMUM[NWZITTWN their performances. For most shows, the guests are a surprise, their participation not revealed until they walk on stage to perform. The Armadillos got their start at Pioneer Place on Fifth Theatre. They perform their main season at the Pioneer, with occasional outdoor concerts throughout the summer. Their themes for the 2011-2012 season are Midnight Special, Rolling Stone Magazine Top 25, Going to Hollywood and 80s Prom Night. When they perform on Saturday their musical guest _QTTJM2QU8M\MZQSIVI_IZL_QVVQVOO]Q\IZQ[\[QVOMZIVL songwriter. Peterik, in fact, wrote the rock anthem â€œEye of The Tigerâ€?, the theme song from the movie Rocky III. He
has also co-written songs for .38 Special, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Blackhawk, Cheap Trick, Sammy Hagar, Cathy Richardson, Van Zant, Brian Wilson, and REO Speedwagon. *WJJa>MM_QTTIT[WJMXZM[MV\IVIZ\Q[\_Q\PI*]LLa Holly style who has posted six top ten records over his reKWZLQVOPQ[\WZa_PQKPJMOIVQV!1V!PMZMKWZLML :]JJMZ*ITTIVITJ]U_PQKP_MV\WV\WUISMPQUIV international superstar. <PMM^MV\JMOQV[I\[Q`WÂźKTWKS_Q\PIXZM[PW_[WKQIT <PMZM_QTTJMNWWLIVL8IZIUW]V\Âź[[QOVI\]ZMÂš;\]NN1\Âş event. This will provide a chance for people to win unique WZQOQVITIZ\\PI\_QTTJMWVLMUWV[\ZI\QWV <PM.IJ]TW][)ZUILQTTW[\ISM\PM[\IOMI\"ZMXZQ[ing their similarly-themed show that took place earlier this aMIZQV2]VM <QKSM\[NWZ\PM[PW_PI^MJMMV[WTLW]\ .QN\aXMZKMV\WN \PM\QKSM\XZQKM_QTTJM][ML\WPMTXXport Paramount Theatre & Visual Arts Center Programming.
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Back to the â€˜80s will host artists such as The Fabulous Armadillos, Jim Peterik, and Bobby Vee.
â€˜Doubt: A Parableâ€™ addresses church molestation issues Meg Iserloth STAFF WRITER
SAMANTHA SOUTH / MARQUEE EDITOR
â€˜Doubtâ€™ will be performed from Tuesday, Oct. 4 through Sunday, Oct. 9 at the Performing Arts Center on the Arena Stage.
Credited as â€œthe most compelTQVOIVLUIOVQĂ…KMV\TaKZIN\MLXQMKM of drama to hit the Broadway stage QVaMIZ[ÂşJa;KWWX6M_[QV Âš,W]J\")8IZIJTMÂşPI[_WV[M^MZIT awards, including the Pulitzer Prize NWZJM[\LZIUIIVL\PM<WVa)_IZL NWZJM[\XTIaIVLQ\Q[KWUQVO\W;\ Cloud this month. From Tuesday, Oct. 4 to Sunday, 7K\!Âš,W]J\")8IZIJTMÂş_QTTJM performed on the Arena Stage in the 8MZNWZUQVO)Z\[+MV\MZ1\_QTTJMOQV I\"XUWVM^MZaLIaM`KMX\NWZ 7K\!_PQKP_QTT[\IZ\I\"XU <PMXTIaQ[_ZQ\\MVJa2WPV8I\ZQKS ;PIVTMaIVLLQZMK\MLJa*ZMVLI Wentworth. Brenda Wentworth, the director of Âš,W]J\")8IZIJTMÂş[IQL\PI\\PMXTIa PI[IVIUJQO]W][MVLQVOJMKI][MQ\Âź[ VW\IJW]\KMZ\IQV\a;PMM`XTIQVML \PI\\PMXTIaQ\[MTN Q[IJW]\IV]V_PW accuses a priest of molesting a child. Since there is no solid proof either _IaQ\Âź[QUXW[[QJTM\W\Z]TaSVW_ whether the priest is guilty or not. She PWXM[\PMXTIaZMIKPM[IVIUJQO]W][ stage where the people really donâ€™t know whoâ€™s right or wrong.
*aLMĂ…VQ\QWVIXIZIJTMQ[I[\WZa that illustrates a point, which is exactly what this play is meant to do. Âš1JMTQM^M\PMXWQV\Q[\PI\_MTQ^M QVI_WZTLOTWJIT[WKQM\aWN LW]J\Âş ?MV\_WZ\P[IQLÂš;PIVTMa[Ia[LW]J\ VW\KMZ\IQV\aKIVJWVL][\WOM\PMZ IVLKWVVMK\][QVIOTWJITKWUU]VQ\a Itâ€™s a unique play and a unique way WN TWWSQVOI\LW]J\?PMVaW][MMQ\ I[IXIZIJTMIVL\PMVZMTI\MQ\\W\PM situation we live in on this planet, itâ€™s very relevant.â€? There are four characters in the XTIaQ\[MTNJ]\?MV\_WZ\PPWXM[\W ILLWVMUWZM\PMI]LQMVKMJa UISQVO\PMUI[ZM[XWV[QJTMI[\PM IK\WZ[JaXIZ\QKQXI\QVOQV\PMLW]J\ Âš1N aW]R][\[Q\JaIVLITTW_\PQVO[\W happen, youâ€™re as guilty as the person whoâ€™s doing it,â€? she said. One of the ways she hopes to QVKT]LM\PMI]LQMVKMQ[JaSMMXQVO\PM lights on during the play. Wentworth explained that this way the audience is part of the scene, rather than the more traditional way of sitting in the LIZS_I\KPQVO[WUM\PQVOJMPQVLIV imaginary wall. Another way the audience can XIZ\QKQXI\MQVÂš,W]J\")8IZIJTMÂşQ[ Ja[Q\\QVOIZW]VL\PMIK\WZ[?PMV the actors leave the stage, they will
actually sit in the crowd instead of staying hidden off-stage. In doing this, Wentworth expects the audience to see that they themselves are also a part WN _PI\M^MZLW]J\[M`Q[\QV\PMXTIa Afterward, the audience will have yet another chance to participate, this \QUMJaQV\MZIK\QVO_Q\P\PMKI[\IVL crew directly. The Newman Center and the Religion Studies Program will lead a discussion following each production, where they hope to hear the audienceâ€™s reactions, thoughts, and feelings surrounding the play and its mysterious nature. Âš1ÂźU^MZaQV\MZM[\ML\WĂ…VLW]\ how the discussions go myself,â€? Wen\_WZ\P[IQLÂšJMKI][M1LWVÂź\SVW_ what people are going to take of the issues and what theyâ€™ll want to discuss, or what questions theyâ€™ll have.â€? Wentworth also hopes to discuss church molestation issues with the audience, especially since itâ€™s such a controversial topic. She said people \MVL\WI^WQL\PMUJMKI][MWN \PMQZ VI\]ZMJ]\\PMaLWPIXXMVIVL\PMa [PW]TLVÂź\JMQOVWZML <PM[PW__QTTJMIJW]\UQV]\M[ long with no intermission. Students can get in for free with their IDs, and faculty and staff can get two seats for free with their IDs.
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‘Minecraft’ displays endless possibilities Meg Iserloth GAME COLUMN
The very basic premise of Minecraft is to manipulate everything around you to both thrive and survive QVIVMIZTaQVÅVQ\M_WZTL of building blocks. In other words, Minecraft is a sandbox game, and the moment you begin, you are free to play it however you please. There are two very basic aspects to the game - you guessed it, mining and crafting - but there are many, many ways to play, and the possibilities grow with each update as new features, objects, and things to do are added. Perhaps the best thing about Minecraft is that it’s a game for everyone. If you like the free-roam aspect of the Grand Theft Auto series, it might please you to hear that ‘freedom’ is practically \PMLMÅVQ\QWVWN 5QVMKZIN\ _PQKPPI[IVMIZTaQVÅVQ\M map that generates itself as you explore the land. If you prefer hack-andslash games like Diablo, there are plenty of monsters to ÅOP\QV5QVMKZIN\I[_MTT whether you like punching OQIV\[XQLMZ[_Q\PaW]ZÅ[\[ pummeling skeletons at a distance with a bow and arrow, or wielding a diamond TWVO[_WZLQVIÅMTLN]TTWN zombies. If you would rather build houses in the Sims than deal with the brutality of most games, you’re welcome to do the same in Minecraft, whether it be the traditional harvest-and-build method of survival mode, having unlimited resources for creative
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‘Minecraft Beta’ came out in 2009. The new game will be released in November.
RATING: freedom in creative mode, or using a map editor to build cities from afar. Even Farmville addicts have a place in Minecraft, for there are many different crops and vegetation to plant, grow, harvest and use throughout the land. That doesn’t even include multiplayer mode, where you can join different servers and communities run by other players, or even take charge and host your own public or private server at your leisure. Traditionally, you start in a random spawn point on a map with nothing and have about ten minutes of daylight \W[INMTaJ]QTLWZÅVL[PMT\MZ before the sun starts to go down, which is when the real KPITTMVOM[\IZ\[<PI\ÅZ[\
day of Minecraft is really the only ‘safe day’ that you have, for as soon as it turns dark, the world of Minecraft is plagued by monsters, or hostile mobs, that will hunt you down at any cost. Though most of these hostile mobs burn up when exposed to sunlight, not all of them do, which makes \PMVM`\QVÅVQ\MIUW]V\WN days more challenging than \PMÅZ[\;SMTM\WV[bWUJQM[ and endearment immediI\MTaKI\KPÅZM_PMV\PMV comes back up, whereas other hostile mobs stick around, challenging you in their own unique ways. Spiders, for example, will become neutral in the sunlight instead of burning up, assuming they
aren’t already staking you out from above the ground. Creepers are another hostile mob that are immune to sunlight, though unlike spiders, they don’t have a neutral state before deciding to attack. Creepers are perhaps the most famous mob in Minecraft, appearing frequently in memes, demotivational posters, and fanart across the internet. They’re also arguably the most annoying hostile mob because of their attack strategy, which is basically to follow you around and hiss at you for 1.5 seconds before exploding if they aren’t killed in time. These explosions obliterate everything within a 3-4 block radius of the martyred
creeper. Yes, everything. That means you, your army of tamed wolves, and that beautiful castle you just wasted 4 weeks of your life trying to complete, all gone. 7V\PMÆQX[QLM\PMZM¼[ another type of mob in Minecraft, the non-hostile mob, which includes sheep, chickens, cows, pigs, squid, and wolves. Each of these UWJ[PI^M\PMQZW_VJMVMÅ\[# for example, you can harvest a couple blocks of wool from sheep if you shear them, and if you need some crude leather armor to protect yourself from hostile mobs, it’s totally normal to punch a cow until it drops a bit of its hide on the ground.
The most unique nonhostile mob to date is the wolf. Fittingly, it only spawns when the player is far from the taiga or forest biome wolves like to spawn in, therefore making them less common than other nonhostile mobs. There are a few features that set wolves apart from other non-hostile mobs, most notably the fact that they’ll IK\]ITTaÅOP\JIKS_PMV attacked, making them more dangerous than other mindTM[[IVL\MZZQÅMLUWJ[\PI\ also roam the map. That can change quickly when you’re feeling a little lonely, however, because wolves have an awesome feature that allows a player to tame them by coaxing them with a bone or two (or three, or four, or eight, depending on how stubborn the wolf is). As of now you can tame as many wolves as you want, and they’ll follow you and ÅOP\JaaW]Z[QLM\PZW]OP thick and thin until you make them sit somewhere and wait for your return. The possibilities of Minecraft are endless, and I recommend it to anyone and everyone, whether they consider themselves gamers or not. It’s currently still in beta, but the full version is said to come out in November. With that said, anyone who buys the game now gets 25% off, with the perk of not having to pay for the full game or any updates after the release. It can be bought directly on Minecraft’s website, Minecraft.net.
‘The New Reality’ unoriginal and hollow John Russett ALBUM REVIEW
Modern Condition’s new album, “The New Reality”, is a confused mess of hip-hop, pop, techno, reggae, rock, and metal with the occasional, underlying ‘80s feel. Aside from being entirely overwhelmed by sounds and styles, the production on the album at best does not hinder the listening experience. The album begins in a very serene way with the 16 second “Cue the Strings”, which does nothing to set the stage for what is to follow. It is quite possibly the best track on the album. The album is all downhill from here. “Here We Go Again” is the real introduction to the album and is littered with trite themes as well as overused beats and excessively electronic sounds. This song, unfortunately, does set the stage quite well for the rest of the album. Two interludes break up \PMITJ]U\PMÅZ[\JZQTliantly titled “Midtro”, is reminiscent of the string interlude in The Beatles’ “A Day in the Life”, but neither wraps up the previous song, nor leads in any way
into the next. The lull this creates completely disrupts any sort of momentum the album had to begin with. The beginning of the next song is jarring, leaving the listener wondering what was purpose of this interlude. It comes across as having no real place in the album and it was inserted for its own sake, contributing little, if anything, to the bigger picture. Track 12 is easily the best song on the album. Named after the Stanley Kubrick movie “Eyes Wide Shut”, the name of the song just happens to be “Eyes Wide Shut”. Unoriginal title aside and given you can get past the chorus of, “Kids break laws, chicks dig scars, here’s to my peers that were born to be stars,” this is by far the most creative and original work on this album. The cohesiveness and clarity of this song makes one wonder why this was missing from the rest of the album. The high point of the album is followed by a vocal interlude titled “Chorale” which brings the good vibes from “Eyes Wide Shut” to a crashing halt. Once again this interlude interrupts all continuity and has no place
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Modern Condition released their new album ‘The New Reality’ on Aug. 30 and hosted the release party at The Fineline Music Cafe in downtown Minneapolis Sept. 17.
on this album. “Let it Go!” concludes “The New Reality” and invokes the spirit of Fastball’s “The Way” at times, taking the album to an even stranger level, which is not surprising after listening to the previous 13 tracks. The most unfortunate thing about this album is the potential is there for Modern Condition to produce a solid, tightly formed product as heard in “Eyes Wide Shut”. Their
[SQTTKWUM[\PZW]OPQVÆMM\ing moments throughout the album; however the execution leaves much to be desired. Very few groups can successfully blend as wide an array of musical styles as attempted in “The New Reality”. If taken one song at a time the songs on this album are much more di-
gestible. As an entire album, TQ[\MVQVONZWU[\IZ\\WÅVQ[P hollow and unoriginality become the predominant themes. There is no overarching theme or feel that ties all of these songs together. It seems as though there were a number of unrelated songs that just happened to end up on the same album.
“The New Reality” comes close at times but overall there is just too much going on to ever settle in and really enjoy everything “Modern Condition” forced together on this album.
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SCSU Sports Columns Schedule Dogs help mental, physical health Oct. 3 - Oct. 9 FOOTBALL
Minnesota State Mankato Oct. 8, 1:00 p.m. Home
Winona State University Oct. 8, 12:00 p.m. Away Upper Iowa University Oct. 9, 1:00 p.m. Away
VOLLEYBALL Upper Iowa University Oct. 4, 7 p.m. Away
Jun-Kai Teoh HEALTH COLUMN
Getting a dog is a huge responsibility, and a college student’s lifestyle isn’t usually suitable for having a dog either. There’s the multiple walks a day that a dog needs. <PMZM¼[\PMÅVIVKQITKW[\WN having a dog. There are the health concerns of a dog to worry about. There’s concern about apartments and pets. There’s the training involved for a dog to be a good pet. There are a lot of things to worry about when it comes to getting a dog, which was why my decision to get a dog surprised myself more than it did anyone else. A dog and half a year later, I’m reassessing my decision. A dog means waking up half an hour earlier to feed it and take it out. A dog means spending about an extra $60 a month for food and rent. A dog means running back home between class and work to take it out on walks. A dog means being “pawed” awake in the morning because it’s
hungry. A dog means making sure that the room’s relatively clean, or it’ll make it worse. A dog means worrying incessantly over a small cut on its paw, and paying that fairly steep vet’s bill as well. A dog is all that I’ve mentioned, but above all a dog is love and companionship as well. I’m aware that it’s terribly corny to say that, but a dog is corny and doesn’t care the least about it. A dog is a constant companion, on your good days and bad days. It can be that bundle of joy that you need, or that stoic cuddle buddy that you desire. It can be the most patient listener you want, never judging; or the bundle of energy that will never get tired of playing fetch. A dog will drag you out into the fresh air even on your bad days, because when nature comes calling, the last thing you will want is dog droppings and a squishy wet patch on your carpet. A dog is a wonderful way to meet people, because in the States people generally like dogs. Meeting dog owners can be a lot
of fun, because right off the bat you already have something in common. Having a dog around you when you meet someone is one of the easiest icebreakers possible. I’ve been talking about dogs because that’s what I have as a pet right now, though in the past I’ve had \WZ\WQ[M[KI\[JQZL[OWTLÅ[PM[IVL even Japanese Kois, many of them at the same time. That being said, having pets of any sort can be a very good idea. A cat for one can be much easier to manage and take care of and still a wonderful companion to have. And having a family pet and having your own pet is fairly different. Having a pet while you’re living with your parents and having one when you’re halfway across the world and living in a foreign country is a drastically different experience. It’s a lifestyle change. It’s a crash course in being responsible, because all of a sudden you have a pet that relies almost entirely on you. Its emotional and physical health, its well being, is dependent on you. Getting a dog is a huge responsibility, but with great power comes great responsibility.
Winona State University Oct. 7, 7:00 p.m. Away Upper Iowa University Oct. 8, 1:00 p.m. Home
W - NSIC Fall Championship Oct. 8 Away
SWIM/DIVE Alumni Meet Oct. 8, 4:00 p.m. Home
W - Minnesota Oct. 7 & 8, 4:07 p.m. Away M - University of Alaska Fairbanks Oct. 7, 9:07 p.m. Away University of Alaska Anchorage Oct. 8, 10:07 p.m. Away
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Mosby and his friend laying in the grass at a park. Dogs create companions for their owners.
A laugh a day improves health Sarah Brownson HEALTH COLUMN
Many things are needed for a healthy life. Diet and exercise are the most talked-about health topics. But these are not the only ingredients to a long, happy life. Something much simpler to alter can play an equally large part in staying alive longer. According to a headline in USA Today Magazine, “a laugh a day may help keep death further away.” Everyone has heard some form of this saying, but what is it exactly that can turn giggles into additional years of life? Is this old saying even true to begin with? One major reason goes back to common health topics. Exercise burns calories, burning calories helps keep people at a healthy weight, and healthy people live longer.
Laughter does the same thing as exercise; it burns calories. While not as effective as exercise, it does work those abs in a whole new way. Normal exercise is still important. Simply laughing will not burn enough calories to justify that entire pizza you scarfed down late last night. However, everything we do burns calories, and laughter possesses this quality too. Another reason a hearty level of laughter can lengthen a lifespan is that it releases stress. Stress is a large factor when it comes to heart attacks and strokes, as well as many other medical conditions. Laughing once a day can reduce stress levels enough to keep blood pressure low and release the neck and head tension that causes those constant migraines. Laughter is also a mood enhancer. A positive lifestyle and happy mood
are both necessary components to a happy life. A happy life is often a healthy life, and the cycle continues. Studies have erupted all over the world to test this funny theory. ;KQMV\QÅKZM[MIZKPPI[KWVKT]LML that laughter, in combination with the other needs of a healthy daily life, can QVNIK\QVÆ]MVKMTQNM[XIV However, much like good and bad cholesterol, there is good and bad humor. Since there are so many other factors and numerous areas to study within this hypothesis, there is not a LMÅVQ\Q^MIV[_MZWVM_IaWZIVW\PMZ Although there is not an end-all answer, most psychologists agree that laughter is still a part of a healthy day. So whether it is a giant chuckle from the depths of the belly, or a high giggle that tickles the nose, laughter will bring happiness to your days and can add length to your life.
Oct. 3 - Oct. 9 VIKINGS
Vikings vs. Cardinals Oct. 9, 12:00 p.m. Home
Wild vs. Blue Jackets Oct. 8, 7:00 p.m. Home
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Friends laugh together. Laughter can reduce stress levels and lead to a better quality of life.
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Football Continued from Page 16 10-7. The next drive for the Huskies went nowhere. On the return Peterson would manage to get the ball back to the Huskies 38-yard line. However the Huskies couldn’t add to their total and the score would remain 10-7. The Huskies next possession was disastrous as Huskies fumbled the ball which was recovered by the Wolves. This forced \PMLMNMV[MJIKSWV\W\PMÅMTL<PM0][SQM[NWZKML\PM?WT^M[\W\ISMIÅMTLOWIT The Huskies now in their 2 minute offense moved the ball all the way to the Wolves 19-yard line. The coach for the Wolves called a timeout. Klaphake found Damon Treat on the sideline, who did well to stay on his feet and score a touchdown for the Huskies to put the Huskies ahead 17-7. The Huskies kicked the ball to Wolves with 37 seconds remaining. An offside on the Huskies put the ball on the Wolves 42yard line. The Huskies held their ground and the Wolves couldn’t put any points on the board. <PM0][SQM[ÅVQ[PML\PMÅZ[\PITN ahead 17-7.The third quarter kicked off with a sloppy play from the Huskies resulting in the Huskies starting from their 5-yard line. The Huskies came out running on three consecutive plays. The next play saw Huskies try another deep pass. This time it was caught to put the Huskies withQVÅMTLOWITZIVOM3TIXPISM_I[ITQ\\TM hurt on the play as he came up limping afterwards. A nice run by Dante Steward and 3TIXPISMOI^M\PM0][SQM[IÅZ[\IVLOWIT
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The Huskies completed an intersquad meet which consisted of 38 events throughout the two-day event. The red team won the meet with a total of 368 points while the black team had a total of 335. The meet was held at the Halenbeck Hall Aquatic Complex Sept. 30 and Oct. 1. The Alumni meet will be held at Halenbeck Hall Aquatic Complex on Oct. 8 at 4 p.m. The SCSU men’s team will take on the University of South Dakota and the University of North Dakota on Oct. 15 while the women’s team will take on the University of Minnesota Moorhead on Oct. 21.
7VÅZ[\LW_V\PM0][SQM[¼3TIXPISMZIVQ\ for a touchdown. He would be pulled from the game after since he came up hobbling after the play. Coach Underwood said, “It was just precautionary for us.” The Wolves next drive didn’t get off to IOWWL[\IZ\I[WV\PMÅZ[\XTIa\PM?WT^M[ were called for a false start. They moved the ball pretty well but Wanner was picked WNN Ja*ZIL?QOMV[_PWOW\PQ[ÅZ[\KIZMMZ interception. The Huskies started the next drive with the backup quarterback taking over the drive. The Huskies, on fourth and inches, decided to go for it and converted. The Huskies then threw the ball and Brad Meade found Shoemaker to get the Huskies to the Wolves 15-yard line. The 0][SQM[PW_M^MZKW]TLV¼\OM\\PMÅZ[\LW_V IVLPIL\W[M\\TMNWZÅMTLOWIT\WM`\MVL\PM Huskies lead to 27-7. The Huskies forced a fumble on the Wolves’ next drive. The Wolves pinned the Huskies deep in their own territory after a three and out. But a nice couple of runs by /MQ[[NWZ\PM0][SQM[OI^M\PMUOWWLÅMTL position. This gave Geiss his seventh career 100-yard rushing game. The Huskies however couldn’t get to \PMMVLbWVMIVLLMKQLML\W\ZaIÅMTLOWIT which kicker Tyler Aldrige missed and the Huskies would walk away with no points. Aldrige came into the game eight for eight on the season. The Huskies stepped up their defense on the ensuing drive and sacked the quarterback. The Wolves decided to try a fake punt which was sniffed out by the Huskies. The ball was turned over on downs. The Huskies moved the ball pretty well, taking it all the way to the Wolves 9-yard line. The 0][SQM[_MZM]VIJTM\WKWV^MZ\WVIÅMTL goal attempt.
Two Huskies fans covered in red at the game on Saturday.
The Huskies forced a fourth down on the Wolves’ next drive but a pass interferMVKMKITT_W]TLOQ^M\PM?WT^M[IÅZ[\ down. A couple of underneath throws would take the Wolves to the Huskies 18yard line. The Huskies would sack Wanner to make it fourth and long with time Z]VVQVOW]\?IVVMZ_W]TLOM\\PMÅZ[\ down and the Wolves would go on to score a touchdown to make the score 27-14. The Wolves would try an onside kick but the Huskies recovered. The Huskies
would run the clock out and win with a ÅVIT[KWZMWN :]VVQVOJIKS*ZIVdon Geiss for the Huskies had a very good game. He had 115 yards rushing. After game Geiss said, “I am feeling pretty good, every week you want to strive your best. I think that is what I try to do every week. Offensive line did great, they did a great job.” The Huskies play Minnesota State University Mankato who also has a single loss Oct. 8, at the Husky Stadium.
Huskies’ offensive lineman Scott Horvath passes the ball to quarterback Philip Klaphake. The Huskies improved their record to 4-1 overall for the season.
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Huskies overcome injuries to win Ahmed Warraich STAFF WRITER
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Huskies are seventh in preseason poll Brian Gardner STAFF WRITER
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