Archive for December 8th, 2005
According to recent articles in The Maine Campus, it seems that most of the members of ROC should be ashamed of themselves. For some reason, they wish to enter a closed session to discuss the impeachment of the ROC president. I wonder what they are trying to hide from their constituents by having this discussion behind closed doors.
There are prizes and money at Soma 36 for people who can match the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to their bandana colors or know what “LED” stands for. At Trivia Night, every Tuesday at 9 p.m., area college students and recent graduates looking for social time i.
With the release of “Take A Look In The Mirror” in 2003, Korn made their first true return to the raw aggression, emotion and intensity not seen since the band’s first two albums. Fans expecting another brutal metal assault in Korn’s new release, “See You on the Other Side,” will be sorely disappointed.
1 Thunder, Lightning, Stike Go!Team
2 The Music from Matthew Barney’s Drawing Bjork
3 You Could Have it so Much Better Franz Ferdinand
4 Clap Your Hands Say Yeah Clap Your Hands Say Yeah
5 Morningwood Morningwood
6 Artifact: Perspectivse STS9
7 Remix [EP] Interpol
8 Z My Morning Jacket
9 The Loon Tapes ‘N’ Tapes
10 This Bird has Flown: A 40th Anniversary Tribute to The Beatles’ Rubber Soul Various Artists
11 Playing with the Angle Depeche Mode
12 We Have Sound Tom Vek
13 You Can’t Imagine how much Fun We’re Having Atmosphere
14 Tiny Cities Sun Moon Kill
A man of many talents, Dominick Varney is one of many great assets of the theater department at the University of Maine.
Born in England, he moved to Winterport, Maine at age seven. “I think Maine is a wonderful community. It is very intimate, where everybody seems to know each other well.
Lately I’ve had a lot of people asking me about torrents: What are they? How are they different from other peer to peer networks? And, of course, are they better?
Though it might sound like a huge rainstorm or strange computer virus, the torrent is actually a good thing for your computer.
James Bond films are as much a part of the holiday season as Santa Claus or Dick Clark. This year, as with every year, SpikeTV will be hosting a 007 marathon during the holiday season, and viewers got a preview of what’s to come during Thanksgiving week.
The Bond marathons began on TBS, but when the rights to the films switched hands to SpikeTV, many got nervous that the 007 marathons would stop as well.
WMEB is traditionally known for playing a variety of music that is outside mainstream radio, and Lester French’s show “Streams of Consciousness” is no exception. Rarely on other radio stations does jazz get airplay.
French, a doctoral student in the interdisciplinary program material sciences, plays a variety of different types of music on his Tuesday night show.
In a regular lecture class there are 20 to 30 students sitting at desks, listening to what a professor has to tell them for about an hour. The professor is at the front of the class wearing a suit and tie if he is a man and a dress and high heels if she is a woman.
Editors note: Benjamin Jarvela’s Rambling Fool appears every Thursday in The Maine Campus. The views expressed in his column in no way reflect the views or opinions of The Maine Campus Editoral staff.
Before I get into the nuts and bolts of this week, I have to make a disclaimer.