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Online Exclusive: Nathanson shows NYC how “Pretty the World” is

Up and coming acoustic superstar Matt Nathanson performed an incredible show before a sold-out house at New York City's Irving Plaza Tuesday, October 12. The angelic voice of Charlotte Martin and the southern-rock sounds of Ingram Hill got the crowd going before Nathanson took the stage to rock.
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A crazy game of Hold ‘Em poker: A how-to guide

From weekly dorm games to online tournaments and trips to Mohegan Sun and Vegas, students are gambling their way through their academic pursuits. The name of the game is Texas Hold'em, made popular by national coverage of various tournaments, events and new celebrity-style games.
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Going the distance: Men’s X-C hosts invitational

This past weekend the Fairfield University men's and women's cross country teams held strong as the hosts of the Twenty-eighth annual Fairfield University Cross Country Invitational. The men's team, which finished fourth out of seven teams, had high expectations entering the meet as they hoped to reclaim the team title they held in 2002.
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The OC: Debating the debate

The debates seemed popular this past Thursday. And thanks to our highly advanced technological culture of computers and televisions in the same room, I found myself multi-tasking as usual: watching the TV and chatting through AIM about the debate in real-time.
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Read Debate Vote! Part I

by Mike Bond The president himself drove by my neighborhood the other day. Such is life in the swingingist of the swing states-Pennsylvania. This election, and not just in the pre-ordained "battleground" states, is critically important. More and more states, such as New Jersey and Maine, are proving to be anything but predictable.
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If you’re going to pull an all-nighter, pull it right

It is fairly certain that all students have pulled an "all-nighter" at least once during their college careers. If not, one is all but inevitable. Some students pull the elusive all-nighter frequently. How does a student pull off the successful all-nighter and do they really help? The studying technique generally accepted by most experts in the education field is that the student should review little bits of material over the course of several days and do a broad review the night before a big test, followed by proper rest.
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On thin ice: lockout threatens NHL 2004-2005 season

As the National Hockey League gets ready to lock out its players, many Fairfield hockey fans are siding with the owners despite the threatened loss of the 2004- 2005 season. "The players have a right to be paid," said Tony Gagaleta '07.