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Friday
May022014

Tandoori Oven brings Indian Food to Columbus

Charlie Benton

Reporter

Although it is delicious, Indian food has not really caught on here in the South. This is a shame because at its best, it is a vibrant, diverse and flavorful cuisine. However, things are starting to change, and we now have our very own Indian restaurant here in Columbus.

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Friday
May022014

Junior/Senior Recital

Ashley Dodson

Reporter

On Tuesday night, I attended the Junior/Senior Recital at Mississippi University for Women in Poindexter Hall. Last night, Bryson Robinson, Megan Searcy, and Mollie Phillips gave an outstanding performance.

Bryson Robinson, a tenor at Mississippi University for Women, was the first to the stage at 7:30 p.m. Robinson’s first song was “Widmung” by Robert Schumann. He came out with a powerful tenor voice. His voice carried to the back of the room. Robinson’s voice could also be delicate at times but still have the capacity to command attention. The second time Robinson took the stage, I loved the performance. He sang “Un’ aura amorosa” from Cosi fan tutte. He seemed so relaxed and comfortable. His voice kept a melodic tone through the song. The last song Robinson sang was “Creole Girl” from Nightsongs. This song was fast-pace number. Robinson’s voice never skipped a beat. He really got into the groove of “Creole Girl” Robinson started to salsa on stage. As an audience, it is an enjoyment to watch the singer having a great time as well. Robinson was connected to each song he sang and it really shined through in his performance.

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Friday
May022014

Man on the Street: Summer Plans

Jessica Cooper

Reporter

 As the end of the semester approaches, many students are gearing up for summer break. Although some students will be graduating this semester and will have to enter the “real world,” they still look forward to the warmer weather and sunshine that summertime promises. Here are some of the responses that MUW students gave me when I asked the question, “What are your plans for the summer?”

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Friday
May022014

Magnolia Chain Ceremony

Velvet Case

Reporter

This year The W is continuing its cherished tradition of the Magnolia Chain Ceremony.

The ceremony will be held outdoors on Saturday, May 11, at 8 a.m. on the Callaway Lawn. It takes place before the first graduate ceremony, which is at 9 a.m.

 “This year we have asked Joey Barnes to come speak to our seniors at Mag Chain about graduating and how to be successful once you are out in the world,” said Katlyn Bryant, Student Programming Board Director.

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Tuesday
Apr222014

SGA’s Recognition Events

By Velvet Case

Reporter

 The Student Government Association is finishing up this semester with events that will recognize students and their achievements at MUW.

 First, the SGA, along with Student Life, will be hosting the second-annual Achievement Gala. It will take place on Monday, April 28, at 7 p.m.

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