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Clarkson University

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China cracks down on protest threats
by Clarkson Integrator

Jan 01, 2013
“Chinese officials on Sunday cracked down against protests, or rumors of them, sending police to detain dissidents and breakup public gatherings in the capital and Shanghai.
After Internet messages calling for demonstrations in 13 cities surfaced on Saturday, apparently from Chinese-language sites based overseas, there were reports of activists being preemptively arrested.”

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For Colored Girls
by Clarkson Integrator

Nov 07, 2010
“It isn't surprising that Ntozake Shange's 1974 play "for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf" remained unfilmed for so long. For starters, it lacks narrative, setting and concrete characters. Shange called it a "choreopoem," an apt description for what is essentially a series of free-verse monologues.”
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Pardon?
by Clarkson Integrator

Nov 07, 2010
“Just as a president is entitled to pardon anyone convicted or accused of a crime, he is free to dismiss any petitions for clemency without offering an explanation. Indeed, he can choose never to issue any pardons or commutations of sentences at all. Still, it's disappointing that President Obama so far hasn't approved even one request for a pardon or other form of clemency.”
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The Clarkson Turnip
by Clarkson Integrator

Oct 24, 2010
“As a part of a new initiative to increase technical skills and provide opportunities in higher education to adults already in the workplace, Clarkson University has teamed up with the Federal Office of Postsecondary Adult Education and The Parkins Network of Collaborative Research to open an entirely new division at Clarskon University.”
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Volleyball sweeps weekend
by Clarkson Integrator

Oct 24, 2010
“Only four days ago, Junior Sara Artus became the sixth member of the Clarkson University Volleyball program's 1,000-kill club, but it didn't take long for a seventh to join the exclusive four-digit association as classmate Megan Mahon reached the milestone midway through the Golden Knights' three-set sweep of Hamilton College Saturday morning.”
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Once upon a time...
by Clarkson Integrator

Oct 24, 2010
“It was Tuesday, the second day of the school week, another day that Jaguar Maine had to endure. Each day that he would rise in the morning, he knew that he was doomed once he walked out of his closet-under-the-stairs bedroom. His father, a drug addict and alcoholic, was dying of AIDS and his mother, a drug addict as well, had been in and out of prison all his life.”
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EPA fails on coal ash recycling hazards
by Clarkson Integrator

Oct 17, 2010
“The Environmental Protection Agency's inspector general reported this week that the EPA had improperly used an official website to promote ways of recycling the waste that's left over when power plants burn coal, commonly known as coal ash. The inspector general's report says the website didn't tell the public that the EPA had decided that coal ash no longer should be dumped in empty pits and that it had concerns about the safety of other uses of the material in loose form, such as fertilizer and road fill.”
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Potsdam students among those arrested in county-wide drug bust
by Clarkson Integrator

Sep 12, 2010
“This past week, fourteen individuals were arrested in a St. Lawrence County drug bust. The individuals ranged in age from 20 to 59 and were from Potsdam, Massena, Ogdensburg, Winthrop, and Brasher Falls. Four of these individuals were arrested in Potsdam early Thursday morning.”
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Chick flick Charlie St. Cloud disappoints
by Clarkson Integrator

Sep 06, 2010
“Charlie St. Cloud, released mid-summer, appeared to be an emotion-filled, run of the mill pre-teen film. A chick flick; complete with the death of a younger brother turned love story. Oh, and do not forget Zach Effron. By including brotherly love, Charlie St.”
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Fidel irrelevant
by Clarkson Integrator

Sep 06, 2010
“Flush with Cold War nostalgia, Fidel Castro rose from his death bed this week to make an important announcement: The U.S. is dangerously close to nuclear war with North Korea and Iran. Inspired perhaps by last week's '70s-style U.S.-Russian spy trade, the communist icon, now 83, issued that dark warning in an hourlong interview on Cuban television.”
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High alcohol content beers
by Clarkson Integrator

Apr 18, 2010
“There is a new craze spreading across America like wildfire. It's not a new social media website or a reemergence of the Twist, but high alcohol content beers. These beers are rated on alcohol by volume (ABV) with some beers as high as 30 and 40 percent. That may not seem astounding, but the average beer is 5 or 6 percent ABV.”
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Sexist PSA
by Clarkson Integrator

Apr 11, 2010
“I was perturbed by last week's Campus Safety and Security Public Service Announcement. I understand that they try to be unbiased when writing about things such as dating violence, but they let one slip. Under the "are you going out with someone who:" they wrote: "Is violent.”
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This week's decree with Denis:
by Clarkson Integrator

Sep 20, 2009
“You don't have to be from the Jersey shore to love the concoction of Jagermeister and Red Bull. This drink is a splendid mix of a growing class of mixes that combines energy drinks with alcohol. A word to the wise, mixing stimulants and depressants can lead to health problems, and it generally makes the consumer unaware of how intoxicated they actually are.”
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NCI Tournament begins
by Clarkson Integrator

Sep 13, 2009
“With 41 kills over two matches, Sara Artus (St. Regis Falls, NY) put together another strong first day to help lead the Clarkson University Volleyball team to a sweep of its first two opponents Friday night at the North Country Invitational.
The Golden Knights improved to 5-1 overall, beating Middlebury in five sets (25-8, 16-25, 27-25, 23-25, 18-16) and dominating Morrisville (25-14, 25-11, 25-10).”

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Beer with Sam
by Clarkson Integrator

Apr 12, 2009
“This week's beer review comes from the Ommegang Brewery in Cooperstown, NY. The beer is Three Philosophers and the style is a Belgium Quadrupel. The style is generally higher alcohol content than its Dubbel and Tripel little brothers and quite dark in color with a light bitterness.”
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Dangerous Woodstock stairs
by Clarkson Integrator

Apr 12, 2009
“As anyone that lives in, or even visits, Woodstock Village learns quickly, students living there go up and down a lot of stairs on a daily basis. Because of their importance, one would expect these stairs to be well-maintained for the safety of the students.”
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Police Blotters
by Clarkson Integrator

Apr 12, 2009
“3/28/09 10:00 p.m.
Unlawfully Dealing with a Child 1st - 2 counts
Zeta Nu Fraternity
Potsdam
The Zeta Nu Fraternity was arrested for the above charge for serving alcohol to two underage females at the fraternity's house on Main Street. The investigation was started because an ambulance was called to Clarkson University for one of the females who began to have problems because of alcohol use.”

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Vance Copeland
by Clarkson Integrator

Mar 29, 2009
“With the recent admittance of steroid use by multi MVP award winning Major League Baseball player, Alex Rodriguez and the many others who have been found guilty of steroid use I would like to talk about the absurdity of bring these athletes in front of Congressional hearings to decide whether they did or did not take performance enhancing drugs.”
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Girly Drinks with Dora
by Clarkson Integrator

Mar 07, 2009
“While in San Diego for the College Newspaper Conference, we chose to eat at a Tony Roma's Seafood, Steak, and Ribs on our final night. The food was delicious, and so were the drinks.
Roma's had a large selection of drinks (both alcoholic and non) in a booklet that also advertised their various desserts.”

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BSG airs its final season
by Clarkson Integrator

Mar 07, 2009
“The science fiction show Battlestar Galactica, originally aired decades ago, was recently revitalized in a mini-series shown on NBC which led to the show currently running through the Sci-Fi channel. What is it really though? Most people hear it and think of it as another major science fiction work with spaceships and machines trying to kill off humans.”
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A view on Aristotle's discussion of the soul
by Clarkson Integrator

Mar 07, 2009
“Although we will not be reading Aristotle's discussion of the soul, you may still offer your own views. What is the soul? Is it the same as the mind? Is it necessarily connected to bodies? Does it survive the death of the body? Does it pre-exist bodies? Do all living things have one? Respond.”
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Weird News
by Clarkson Integrator

Mar 07, 2009
“Cocaine cast
A 66 year old man from Chile was arrested after police discovered that his cast was made out of cocaine. The Chilean man was detained at a Barcelona airport after arriving from Santiago. Police also found a six pack of beer and two stool legs full of cocaine.”

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The International, starring Owen and Watts
by Clarkson Integrator

Feb 22, 2009
“The International stars Naomi Watts and Clive Owen. Watts plays a Manhattan Assistant Director Attorney named Eleanor Whitman, and Owen is the Interpol Agent named Louis Salinger. These two become acquainted with the murder of André Clement, a member of the IBBC, International Banking Business Company.”
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Marijuana prohibition
by Clarkson Integrator

Feb 22, 2009
“The drug war is in large part a war on marijuana, by far the most popular illicit drug. Marijuana prohibition has done little other than burden millions of otherwise law-abiding citizens with criminal records. The University of Michigan's Monitoring the Future Study reports that lifetime use of marijuana is higher in the United States than any European country, yet America is one of the few Western countries that use its criminal justice system to punish citizens who prefer marijuana to martinis.”
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The munchies add fluidity to the snack markets
by Clarkson Integrator

Feb 08, 2009
“The argument to legalize marijuana has spanned decades and has involved individuals of all ages. There have been thousands of reasons stated for and against its legalization, ranging from the convincing to the inane. With a complete understanding that it will make no difference, I will throw my reason for legalization into the ring.”
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Michael Phelps smokes pot
by Clarkson Integrator

Feb 08, 2009
“Were you shocked to see the British tabloid photograph of Olympic swim champ Michael Phelps firing up a bong at a recent college party? Many people were no doubt startled, and chagrined, to see the all-American athlete inadvertently trashing his image. Many others may have been less surprised that Phelps did the drug than that he was foolish enough to do so in public, putting his multimillion-dollar product endorsement deals at risk.”
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Weird News
by Clarkson Integrator

Feb 08, 2009
“Sex dolls at the supermarket
A 51 year old man was arrested on February 4, 2009 for trespassing and disturbing the peace. George Bartusek was masturbating and simulating sexual acts with plastic blow-up sex dolls in his car in the parking lot of a supermarket.”

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The Integrator Epics
by Clarkson Integrator

Feb 01, 2009
“Culdor leapt to his right to avoid the rocket that was currently sailing past him. The heat of the explosion was intense, though his body had escaped any real damage.
Culdor had been born in a world where death, murder, and violence were thrust upon everyone regardless of age or gender.”

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Weird News
by Clarkson Integrator

Feb 01, 2009
“Google Earth reveals
marijuana plantation
Police in Zurich, Switzerland busted a drug ring using Google Earth. Police seized 1.2 tons of marijuana and $780,000 worth of valuables and cash. Sixteen people were also arrested. The two acre marijuana crop was hidden inside of a corn field.”

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Campus Safety speaks to CUSA
by Clarkson Integrator

Jan 25, 2009
“David Delisle, Director of Campus Safety & Security, was the guest speaker at last Monday's meeting of the Clarkson University Student Association (CUSA) Senate. After being introduced by CUSA President Jennifer Coombs, he launched into a series of short presentations on various topics in which he anticipated interest.”
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Drinking with Sam Parker
by Clarkson Integrator

Jan 18, 2009
“The Pep Band followed the Men's Hockey Team to Yale and Brown this weekend. The band witnessed a spectacular four point weekend! Needless to say, everyone was quite pleased. During every road-trip, the band is dropped off at a mall near one of the arenas to kill time.”
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Police Blotters
by Clarkson Integrator

Jan 11, 2009
“12/20/08 2:30 a.m.
DWI
Resisting Arrest
Failure to Signal Turn
Failure to Keep Right
Patrol observed the above defendant operating a motor vehicle erratically in the village of Potsdam. The subsequent traffic stop and investigation led to the defendant's arrest for DWI.”

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Poem of the week
by Clarkson Integrator

Nov 23, 2008
“God is in Meditation, God is in the Prayer,
Have a Loving Heart, and God is Everywhere!!
God is in Peace, God is in Love,
God is in the Enemy, God is in the Hug!!
God is in Beauty, God is in Grace,
God is not in the scuffle, God is in Embrace!!
God is in Love, God is in Bliss,
God is in the Bonding, God is in the Kiss!!
God is Loving and God is Dear,
God is not far, God is so Near!!
God is in Faith and not in the reasons,
God is in Nature and in all the Seasons!!
God is in Letters, God is in Words,
God is in the Music of all singing birds!!
God is in Love, God is in Beauty,
God is in Work, God is in Duty!!
God is in Innocence, God is in the Smile,
In our life's journey God is in every Mile!!
God is in the Rivers, God is in the Oceans,
God is in the Loving Heart and all its Emotions!!
God is in Giving and God is in Forgiving,
God is in the Daily Bread and Honest means of Living!!
God is in Creation and God is in Deluge,
In times of sorrow and loneliness, God is the only Refuge!!
God is in Sunshine, God is in the Rain,
God is in Bliss and God is in Pain!!
God is in Energy, God is in Passion,
God is in Mercy, God is in Compassion!!
God is in Peace, God is in Care,
Have a Loving Heart, and God is Everywhere!!
*The lyrics of the song Halo (god is in my fingers, god is in my head, god is in the trigger, god is in the lead) from the band Porcupine Tree and the suicide of a 13 year old in Hannawa Falls motivated me to write this poem.”

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Releasing criminal immigratnts
by Clarkson Integrator

Nov 23, 2008
“Local authorities around the country are taking the lead to tackle illegal immigration because our leaders in Washington have failed to devise a workable enforcement system. Federal deficiencies are so severe that public safety is being compromised, as a Houston Chronicle report showed this week.”
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Police Blotters
by Clarkson Integrator

Nov 16, 2008
“11/8/08 2:46 a.m.
Littering
Patrols were called to Pierrepont Ave for a report of people throwing beer bottles into the street from the roof of a residence. Further investigation led to the arrest of the above listed suspect. An Appearance Ticket was issued for same.”

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History of Potsdam's A Nightmare on Elm St.
by Clarkson Integrator

Nov 09, 2008
“Many of us have heard about A Nightmare on Elm Street or at least have heard of the film's famous villain, Freddy Krueger. A Nightmare on Elm Street is about several teenagers who are terrorized in their nightmares by the ghost of a serial child murderer named Freddy Krueger.”
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A very dangerous world
by Clarkson Integrator

Nov 09, 2008
“We all know the dangers of being a college student. Usually, these hazards are limited to binge drinking, illicit drugs, and occasional bar room brawls. We should be thankful that our threats pale in comparison to the world's deadliest university.
Since this is the world's deadliest university, one of subjects being taught would be military chemistry, the study of matter under extreme combat conditions.”

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Lady Knights sweep SUNYIT
by Clarkson Integrator

Nov 02, 2008
“Freshman Megan Mahon posted a double-double with fourteen kills and thirteen digs as the Clarkson University Volleyball team sent SUNYIT home in three straight sets, 25-16, 25-20, 25-17, ending the Wildcats' eleven match winning streak Friday night at Alumni Gymnasium.”
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WTSC Radio Schedule
by Clarkson Integrator

Oct 26, 2008
“Monday
The Jacob Torrey Show, 5:00 p.m. - 5:59 p.m.
Death to Automation, 6:00 p.m. - 7:59 p.m.
Monday Mayhem, 8:00 p.m. - 9:59 p.m.
The Truffle Shuffle, 10:00 p.m. - 11:59 p.m.
Tuesday
TNT, 3:00 p.m. - 4:59 p.m.
One Man Riot, 5:00 p.m. - 5:59 p.m.
Hard Rock Radio, 6:00 p.”

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Drinkin' with Sam: Hometown Brew
by Clarkson Integrator

Oct 26, 2008
“This week's beer is yet another Vermont Beer. What can I say? I love beer from my home state. From the Rock Art brewery in Morrisville, VT comes The Vermonster, a Barley Wine style beer. Do not let the name of the style fool you. Barley Wine's are all beer and usually very intense in flavor and aroma with a high alcohol content.”
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Police Blotters
by Clarkson Integrator

Oct 26, 2008
“10/14/08 8:48 p.m.
Failure to Stop at a Stop Sign
Officer observed the above subject fail to stop at a stop sign; Officer initiated a traffic stop and issued a Uniform Traffic Ticket for the above charge.
10/16/08
Criminal Mischief 3rd
Menacing 2nd
Harassment 2nd
Trespass
Defendant was taken into custody on a Bench Warrant received by Potsdam Village Court for above charges.”

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First physics exam
by Clarkson Integrator

Sep 21, 2008
“The crowd of Clarkson freshman engineers gathered from the Pit and the Quad, marching with the background music "Death March" (Star Wars) towards the deadly grey building of science under the bloody red of sunset. What waits ahead of them in the concrete building is their first "life" challenge of their college career.”
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Stop work- it's party time
by Clarkson Integrator

Sep 21, 2008
“I am writing this article to express my most sincere gratitude to Campus Safety and Clarkson for looking out for me. There is a saying that goes "all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy." Campus Safety seems to have taken this to heart. What I mean to say is that I am paying more than $40,000 per year to attend Clarkson and sometimes I get a little carried away with my work.”
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Drug usage should be legalized
by Clarkson Integrator

Sep 21, 2008
“The federal government should legalize all drugs, from marijuana to heroin and crack to PCP, for a number of reasons. First-off, if drugs were legalized, they would fall under the watchful eye of the FDA, which would enforce strict purity restrictions, keeping toxins out of the drugs.”
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Campus Safety Reports
by Clarkson Integrator

Sep 21, 2008
“9/13/08 7:25 a.m.
Personal Well-Being
Townhouse Apartments
S&S; checked on the well-being of a student after family members had not heard from them. Student was fine and advised to call home.
9/13/08 10:45 a.m.
Medical Emergency
Moore House
Student transported to Canton Potsdam Hospital by private vehicle after suffering from alcohol poisoning.”

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Sex and violence in the world of insects
by Clarkson Integrator

Sep 21, 2008
“The Fourteenth Annual Shipley Distinguished Lectureship was delivered by renowned organic chemist Jerrold Meinwald on Thursday, September 18. His comical presentation on "Violence, Sex, and Drugs in the World of Insects" was delivered to an audience of students, staff and faculty that nearly filled Science Center 360.”
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Potsdam Police Blotters
by Clarkson Integrator

Sep 14, 2008
“9/5/08 2.32 a.m.
Attempted petit larceny
Setauket
Bike patrol observed the listed suspect attempt to take a bicycle off the front porch of a house on Bay Street. Patrol made contact with the suspect and further investigation resulted in Padrazo's arrest. Padrazo was released on an appearance ticket.”

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Hurricane in Texas
by Clarkson Integrator

Sep 14, 2008
“Hurricane Ike crashed into the state of Texas in the early morning hours on Saturday. It was exactly 3:10 a.m. EDT. Winds were 110 miles per hour and waves were crashing into houses. Waves were as high as 15 feet.
Hurricane Ike had killed 80 people in the Caribbean before reaching the United States.”

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Fall movie preview
by Clarkson Integrator

Sep 07, 2008
“Here are the highlights of the upcoming fall movie season:
Burn After Reading: After their moody Oscar triumph No Country for Old Men, the Coen brothers let their hair down with this spoofy crime farce. Two dimwitted Washington gym employees (Brad Pitt and Frances McDormand) try to blackmail a CIA agent (John Malkovich) for the return of a CD-ROM containing his memoirs.”

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The Dark Knight dazzles
by Clarkson Integrator

Sep 01, 2008
“Harvey Dent (Eckhart) sums up the movie in two lines:
"The night is darkest just before the dawn. And I promise you the dawn is coming."
The amount of hype surrounding this film was incredible and was only amplified by Heath Ledger's unfortunate death several months before the movie's release.”

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Marching in Mexico
by Clarkson Integrator

Sep 01, 2008
“On Saturday, August 30, thousands of Mexican residents marched, carrying picket signs and photographs of their abducted relatives and loved ones.
The march was a challenge to the president of Mexico, Felipe Calderon. President Calderon has made fighting crime a government priority.”

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Campus Safety reports
by Clarkson Integrator

Apr 20, 2008
“4/8/08 1:39 p.m.
Criminal mischief
Price & Graham Laundry Room
Person(s) unknown, sometime between 4/6 and 4/8 tampered with laundry machines in laundry rooms of Woodstock Village bld. 4, Graham and Price Halls. Subjects busted the steel conduit, spliced wires in an attempt to "hot wire" the machines to turn on.”

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Reeves ruins the movie
by Clarkson Integrator

Apr 13, 2008
“It's not easy being Det. Tom Ludlow (Keanu Reeves). Still grieving over his recently deceased wife, he wanders the streets of Los Angeles in an alcoholic haze, shooting first, planting evidence next and answering questions later. This should be enough to get him yanked from the force, but Ludlow's dicey tactics are nothing if not effective in capturing drug dealers and his superior, Capt.”
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Supply and demand - gasoline prices continue to rise
by Clarkson Integrator

Apr 13, 2008
“During the summer, television networks don't seem to discriminate in airing re-runs. The miserable shows get re-aired along with the good ones. Washington seems to have the same mindset when it comes to policy reruns. Failed policies are as likely to be reinstituted as successful ones.”
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Virtual Dangers
by Clarkson Integrator

Apr 13, 2008
“The world of video games has often been an outlet for pursuits that were seemingly impossible in the physical world. In these virtual worlds, one can do things that would leave them battered, broken, and possibly arrested in the real world. All of these things can be performed from the comfort and safety of one's home… or so we thought.”
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"Squirrelman" gets a new home in Seattle
by Clarkson Integrator

Apr 13, 2008
“A man in Seattle, Washington has a new home.
After living for two years in a treehouse, David "Squirrelman" Csaky was faced with eviction. The treehouse was considered a health and safety concern by local authorities. It is also illegal to build a treehouse on city property.”

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Club of the Week: Clarkson Mini Baja
by Clarkson Integrator

Apr 06, 2008
“If you are interested in living and breathing suspension, vibration isolation, safety, mud, rocks, and dirt, then Clarkson Baja is for you. This Special Projects in Engineering Experience in Design (SPEED) team meets once per week, officially. These meetings take place Monday at 8 p.”
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Celebrate 21 years safely
by Clarkson Integrator

Apr 06, 2008
“The Department of Campus Safety & Security has adopted a birthday card program named, "21 Years NOT Beers". Similar programs have proven to make a difference at several universities throughout the country. Michigan State, Kansas State, the University of Georgia and the University of Delaware students report that this program at their universities effectively provided them with healthy tips for celebrating more responsibly, which resonated with them throughout their birthday activities.”
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China crushes Tibet
by Clarkson Integrator

Apr 06, 2008
“The rise of China on the world stage is one of the monumental stories of our time. Yet despite its modernization, China is still ruled by an authoritarian communist regime, one that does not hesitate to use deadly violence to enforce its rule.
That's what's happening in Tibet today, as Chinese soldiers have reportedly killed scores of Tibetans protesting Beijing's ruthless suppression of their culture, religion and autonomy.”

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Campus Safety blotters
by Clarkson Integrator

Apr 06, 2008
“Criminal Mischief
Hamlin House
Person(s) unknown, sometime recently had removed the door closure mechanism from the Hamlin third floor lounge door.
3/27/2008 11:30 p.m.
Fire Emergency
Disorderly Conduct
Donahue House
Person(s) unknown set fire to some cardboard along the sidewalk outside the back exit door to Donahue.”

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Stopping suicide
by Clarkson Integrator

Apr 06, 2008
“Did you know that more than 32,000 suicides occur in the U.S. each year? This is the equivalent of 89 suicides per day, or one suicide every 16 minutes. Suicide impacts numerous individuals on our campus, whether directly or indirectly, which is why Theta Phi Alpha and Clarkson's Gay Straight Alliance hosted a suicide prevention workshop this past Tuesday, March 25, with the help of Professor Jenn Ball and David Bowen, of the counseling center.”
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The Olympic Spotlight
by Clarkson Integrator

Mar 30, 2008
“During its nearly six decades of rule over Tibet, China has done its best to suffocate Tibetan language and culture. Thousands of monasteries have been destroyed. Tens of thousands of Tibetans have been killed. Religious freedom is non-existent. And displaying the Dalai Lama's photo is verboten.”
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Drug Bust at Clarkston University
by Clarkson Integrator

Mar 30, 2008
“Clarkston University is a swirling abyss of sin and misfortune. Darkness crept into the woodwork long before anyone here was alive. It took nearly 100 years to find anyone willing to battle this evil, but the time of Camping Safely has arrived.
Most Clarkston students have become addicted to all sorts of terrible drugs.”

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This week in the sky
by Clarkson Integrator

Mar 30, 2008
“While not necessarily in our sky this week, there is something down on our planet's surface that could potentially have a universal effect.
I recall a Daily Show interview last year with Neil DeGrasse Tyson. He discussed his book Death by Black Hole. One portion of the interview involved a discussion of another particle accelerator on Long Island.”

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DVD not Legendary
by Clarkson Integrator

Mar 30, 2008
“I Am Legend endeared itself to me when it opened with a joyride in a Shelby GT Mustang through the streets of a hauntingly beautiful abandoned New York City. It went further when it showed itself as an intelligent sci-fi drama.
The story is that of Robert Neville, a New York City's sole survivor of a virus that has either killed the rest of the population or turned them into "dark-seekers" (zombie-like creatures afraid of the light who eat people).”

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Police Blotters
by Clarkson Integrator

Mar 30, 2008
“3/15/08 8:20 p.m.
Possession of forged license
Attempt to purchase alcohol by fraudulent means/person under 21
Kenny M. Soria 11/28/88
Brooklyn
On 3/10/08 defendant attempted to purchase alcohol with forged identification at a local liquor store. Defendant was issued an appearance ticket on 3/15/08 for same.”

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Campus Safety and Security Blotters
by Clarkson Integrator

Mar 30, 2008
“3/7/08 8:35 p.m.
Fire Alarm
CAMP Building
Officers and Potsdam Fire Dept. responded to an unfounded fire alarm in the CAMP building. Building checked-cleared, alarm reset.
3/7/08 10:45 p.m.
Unlawful Possession of Marijuana
Safety Violation
Townhouse Apartments
Officers responded to a fire trouble alarm at a townhouse apartment and found three resident students in unlawful possession of marijuana along with a fire safety violation.”

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Campus Safety Blotters
by Clarkson Integrator

Mar 08, 2008
“2/27/08 3:11 p.m.
Domestic incident
Ormsby House
Safety & Security responded to a domestic incident where both parties were yelling at each other. One subject being a non-student was escorted off campus. Case pending.
2/28/08 5:45 p.m.
Property damage
Campus Access Road
Potsdam PD along with Officers responded to a vehicle/deer accident.”

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Students armed and dangerous
by Clarkson Integrator

Mar 02, 2008
“The United States isn't the only country shocked by gun violence in its schools.
After a recent spate of incidents involving students with guns and explosives in classrooms in which several have been killed, the government in Kazakhstan's largest city has announced measures intended to prevent weapons from being brought into schools.”

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Irrelevant at any speed
by Clarkson Integrator

Mar 02, 2008
“Ralph Nader was just thirty one years old when he burst into public consciousness by practically inventing a new role: consumer advocate. His 1965 book "Unsafe at Any Speed," which portrayed the Chevrolet Corvair as a scandalously dangerous vehicle, not only helped push the model off the market but induced the federal government to mandate a variety of safety features in cars, from seat belts to safety glass.”
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Campus Safety & Security woes
by Clarkson Integrator

Mar 02, 2008
“When I pull out of the Pit side of campus and see the Campus Safety and Security Ford Escape parked up in the nearby Walker lot, I often wince a bit. It's not so much that their car is so shiny or that it has bright flashy lights to prevent me from crashing into it.”
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Campus Safety Reports
by Clarkson Integrator

Mar 02, 2008
“2/18/08 2:30 p.m.
Personal Injury
Bertrand H. Snell Hall
Safety & Security responded to assist a female student who had fallen down several steps. Student sustained minor bruising and refused transport to CPH.
2/19/08 7:20 p.m.
Maintenance Emergency
Price Hall
Safety & Security, maintenance, and custodial personnel responded to the report of water flooding the first floors of Price hall.”

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Beer with Ben
by Clarkson Integrator

Feb 17, 2008
“Stouts are known for their dark colors, high alcohol content, and chocolately, coffee-like flavors. Generally this is done by roasting the malt barley until it's dark and toasty. This is similar to the way coffee beans are roasted to a dark brown or black appearance.”
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Attack of the toxic tuna
by Clarkson Integrator

Feb 17, 2008
“Waiter, is that mercury in my sushi?
If your sushi is made with fish, the answer is probably "yes." That's the scary news reported by The New York Times, which bought and tested tuna sushi from twenty Manhattan stores and restaurants. Several of the samples were so tainted with mercury that federal regulators could confiscate them for violating food safety rules.”

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Campus Safety Blotters
by Clarkson Integrator

Feb 17, 2008
“2/2/08 11:45 a.m.
Motor Vehicle Accident-Leaving the Scene
Woodstock Village parking lot
Safety & Security assisted PPD in a Property damage complaint involving damage to his motor-vehicle by another that had left the scene. Case Open.
2/3/08 3:50 a.m.
Criminal Mischief
Woodstock Village
Person(s) unknown, sometime around the hour of 3:25 a.”

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Gunman kills five students at NIU
by Clarkson Integrator

Feb 17, 2008
“On Thursday, February 14, fire opened on a geology class of 160 students at Northern Illinois University. The gunman shot twenty-one people before killing himself. Five people, plus the gunman, were killed.
According to students in the classroom, the killer burst into the room from a side door, drew a shotgun, and started firing on the first couple of rows.”

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Campus Safety Reports
by Clarkson Integrator

Feb 03, 2008
“1/23/08 11:00 a.m.
Motor Vehicle Accident
Science Center Roadway
Safety & Security, along with Potsdam Police and Fire responded to a four vehicle accident. Student ticketed for speed not reasonable when his vehicle slid through the SC turn colliding into three parked vehicles.”

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Beer with Ben
by Clarkson Integrator

Feb 03, 2008
“We will leave the German wheat beers behind this week. Our last wheat beer style is named after its affinity to another beer style. The German weizenbock still retains its wheat roots, but has a darker color, more malty taste, and higher alcohol content. This likens it to the German Pilsner style known as Bock.”
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Pirating media and software is harmful
by Clarkson Integrator

Feb 03, 2008
“In the United States, duplication of copyrighted content is against the law.
According to the laws of our country, people who pirate media are committing a federal crime.
Yet, especially thanks to computers and the Internet, modern Americans are copying books, music, software, or movies without paying for them at an ever-increasing rate.”

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Campus Safety Reports
by Clarkson Integrator

Jan 27, 2008
“1/17/08 11:20 p.m.
Housing/Alcohol Violation
Townhouse Apartments
Officers responded to a complaint of a large party where alcohol was served and underage people were present. The party was closed, disciplinary action to follow.
1/18/08 11:30 p.m.
Burglary
Old Snell Hall
Person(s) unknown broke into a locked room inside the boiler room and removed some light wire and possibly some copper fittings.”

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Possible to have too much of a good thing?
by Clarkson Integrator

Jan 20, 2008
“There have been exciting and worrying announcements recently pertaining to two of the most beloved movie franchises: Harry Potter and The Lord of the Rings. First, it has been made public that the current crew of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince was informed that the final movie, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, will be split in two parts.”
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Labeling needed on cloned meat
by Clarkson Integrator

Jan 20, 2008
“The Food and Drug Administration deserves credit for carefully studying the products of cloned animals. Now, after six years of research by a variety of independent animal health experts, the FDA should allow farmers to sell meat, milk and other products from cloned livestock to U.”
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Cause of MN bridge collapse determined
by Clarkson Integrator

Jan 20, 2008
“On August 1, 2007, a highway bridge in Minneapolis, Minnesota collapsed, killing 13 people and wounding 145. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) announced on Tuesday that they had determined the collapse occurred because of undersized "gusset plates," thus placing blame on the bridge design.”
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Airplane crashes
by Clarkson Integrator

Jan 20, 2008
“On Thursday, January 17, a Boeing 777 passenger plane needed to make an emergency landing in London's Heathrow Airport. It made a dramatic landing by ripping out part of its undercarriage.
According to the British Airlines pilot, Peter Burkill, the plane lost all power without warning and he had to glide the plane into landing.”

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Magic of Campus Safety
by Clarkson Integrator

Jan 13, 2008
“Campus Safety. What do you think of when you hear these two words? I bet you have at least ten different answers by the time you finish this sentence. Regardless of how many creative things you can imagine Campus Safety and Security doing with your last parking ticket, I would be willing to bet that "magician" is not a profession you would associate with our security officers.”
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Death of Bhutto causes confusion
by Clarkson Integrator

Jan 13, 2008
“Benazir Bhutto, two-time prime minister of Pakistan, was killed in a combined shooting and bombing attack at a rally in Rawalpindi on Thursday, December 27, 2007. The rally was staged in the city of Rawalpindi, Pakistan, against the country's military leader, Pervez Musharraf.”
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Campus Safety Reports
by Clarkson Integrator

Dec 02, 2007
“11/16/07 8:02 a.m.
Criminal Mischief
Science Center
Person(s) unknown, sometime between 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m., pulled the emergency shower causing minor water damage. Case Open. Potsdam Police Department advised.
11/17/07 11:15 p.m.
Criminal Mischief
Clarkson Avenue
Person(s) unknown, sometime on this evening, knocked out the flashing "pedestrian" caution light with a large rock.”

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Deadly virus returns
by Clarkson Integrator

Nov 18, 2007
“A mutant common cold virus that killed a 12-day-old Manhattan infant and nine other people nationwide is a re-emergent strain that circulated in the 1950s and `60s before seeming to almost vanish.
Now that it's back, scientists are trying to learn about the genetic changes that adenovirus 14, Ad14, developed during the four decades since it dropped off their radar.”

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CUSA in a Nutshell
by Clarkson Integrator

Nov 18, 2007
“At the November 12, 2007 meeting of CUSA, the issue of blue lights and the idea of smart cards were brought up.
There are two blue lights on campus that are not working. Currently, Campus Safety does not have any money in their budget to repair these lights.”

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Tropical Storm Sidr hits Bangladesh
by Clarkson Integrator

Nov 18, 2007
“Tropical cyclone Sidr, the worst storm Bangladesh has seen in a decade, destroyed many thousands of homes and killed more than 1,700 people. More than 4,000 people were injured. One million people along the coast were forced to evacuate their homes.
Many of these people returned to find that their homes were completely destroyed by the 150 mph winds.”

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Campus Safety Blotters
by Clarkson Integrator

Nov 11, 2007
“10/30/07 5:15 p.m.
Criminal Mischief
Congdon Hall
Person(s) unknown damage a stairwell window leading into Congdon hall. Potsdam Police Department advised.
11/01/07 11:25 p.m.
Criminal Mischief
Disorderly Conduct
Woodstock Village
Officers responded to a complaint of excessive noise.”

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Beer with Ben
by Clarkson Integrator

Nov 11, 2007
“Most American beers are designed to be thirst quenching, and consumed relatively quickly and in large quantities. You see this in the ads, commercials, and general drinking habits of most Americans. This is all well and good if you are playing beer-pong or other alcohol oriented games, but the beer styles that are appropriate for this environment pale in comparison to truly worthwhile beers.”
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The debate over marijuana laws
by Clarkson Integrator

Nov 04, 2007
“Editor-in-chief of High Times, Steve Hagar, and Ex-Drug Enforcement Administration worker, Bob Stutman, faced off in the perpetual debate on October 22 regarding the legalization of marijuana. Both sides had much to say and may have been hampered by time constraints on this issue.”
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Campus Safety & Security
by Clarkson Integrator

Oct 21, 2007
“10/12/07 8:00 a.m.
Trespassing/Alcohol
Physical Plant
Safety & Security identified a female student who was intoxicated and wandering among the Physical Plant. Student returned to her room.
10/12/07 11:36 p.m.
Fire Safety/Unlawful
Possession of Fireworks
Woodstock Village
Officers along with Res.”

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Moros Eros: Christian rock
by Clarkson Integrator

Oct 21, 2007
“Moros Eros released their new album on the 16th of October, called Jealous Me Was Killed By Curiosity, under the label Victory Records. For those who are not acquainted with the band, Moros Eros is an all male alternative rock band from Marietta, Georgia. The band began in 2005, under the name In Vitro, and its members include Zack Tipton on vocals and guitar, DJ Schulz on bass guitar and vocals, Chris Firebaugh, on keyboards, and Bobby Theberge on drums.”
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Organic food is not necessarily better
by Clarkson Integrator

Oct 21, 2007
“Public interest in the environment is increasing and the news is full of stories about food safety. Those developments have led many to push for a return to small organic farms.
Such farms do have certain advantages, and are committed to sustainable practices, but there is no guarantee that organic farms are better for the environment or food safety.”

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Gender Bender
by Clarkson Integrator

Oct 21, 2007
“Female Perspective
No one understands women. Not even me; by the way I'm a female. I really couldn't tell you why my female friends and family and I do half the things we do. Little things tick us off for no apparent reason. Men, if you're looking for any type of advice from this, best of luck-it's like trying to make it to safety when Cruella is breathing down your back, hurling every little mistake you've ever made directly into your escape route.”

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Kurdish rebels kill twelve Turkish troops on Sunday
by Clarkson Integrator

Oct 21, 2007
“Twelve Turkish troops were killed when a bridge was bombed by Kurdish rebels early on Sunday morning. The rebels have killed thirty Turkish troops within the last two weeks. Seventeen members of a wedding party were also injured in the attack, and ten more Turkish civilians were killed by a landmine near the area.”
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New sort of breast cancer treatment
by Clarkson Integrator

Oct 07, 2007
“In a development that could greatly enhance doctors' ability to tailor cancer treatment to those who need it most, researchers have identified a tiny molecule that makes breast cancer cells spread to other organs.
More than 200,000 U.S. women a year are diagnosed with breast cancer, and virtually all of them are treated with some combination of surgery, drugs and radiation.”

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Track star pleads guilty
by Clarkson Integrator

Oct 07, 2007
“Last Friday, Marion Jones pleaded guilty to lying about using forbidden enhancement drugs, and to lying to federal investigators. She is a 31 year old track star who won 3 gold and 2 bronze medals at the 2000 Olympic Games in Sydney, Australia. For a long time, she denied taking steroids.”
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Mother arrested after son killed his sibling
by Clarkson Integrator

Oct 07, 2007
“Tangela Key should have known better than to leave her 8-year-old son, Levares, in the care of his older brother, investigators said Thursday.
She had punished 13-year-old Demetrius in the past after learning he had injured Levares.
That's one reason investigators arrested Key, 34, on a charge of aggravated child neglect Thursday, one day after they accused Demetrius of beating his brother to death.”

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Campus Blotters
by Clarkson Integrator

Oct 07, 2007
“9/19/07 3:03 p.m.
Motor Vehicle Accident
Quad Parking Lot
Vehicle one had rolled from its parking spot and into vehicle two that also was parked. Both owners notified. No damage reported. Case Closed.
9/19/07 12:08 p.m.
Medical Emergency
CAMP Building
Safety & Security responded to a male student who had passed out.”

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Knights split at Hamilton
by Clarkson Integrator

Sep 23, 2007
“Freshman Jessica Agnew recorded 20 kills in two matches on Saturday afternoon as the Clarkson University Volleyball team split in its annual tri-match with Union and Hamilton, falling to the Dutchwomen in three games and beating the Continentals in four.
Clarkson moved to 9-8 overall and won't play again until the Plattsburgh tournament in the first week of October, taking next weekend off due to fall break at the university.”

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Let's get this city soundtrack in motion now
by Clarkson Integrator

Sep 23, 2007
“The boys from Minnesota have done it again. Motion City Soundtrack has again put together an outstanding album. Even If It Kills Me, released last Tuesday, is chock full of their standard heartfelt lyrics, meaty guitar licks, and MCS' own special brand of energy and enthusiasm.”
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We can't do it alone
by Clarkson Integrator

Sep 23, 2007
“On September 11, 2007, Campus Safety and Security sent out an email stating that pretty much all laundry facilities on campus, with the exception of the Pit and Moore, were closed. This was due to several students tampering with the new card reader system in order to get free laundry.”
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Campus blotters
by Clarkson Integrator

Sep 23, 2007
“9/15/07 1:11 a.m.
Alcohol Intoxication-Violation
Powers House
Officers along with Potsdam Rescue responded to assist an intoxicated student. Student was evaluated and found to be stable enough not to require hospitalization but required supervision by a friend overnight.”

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Another college campus shooting
by Clarkson Integrator

Sep 23, 2007
“This past Friday, another tragedy affected the community at Delaware State University, located in Dover, Delaware. There were no deaths in the shooting, although two students were injured. Shalita Middleton and Nathaniel Pew were both wounded. Middleton was shot twice in the abdomen while Pew was shot once in the ankle.”
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Owen gives up on his life
by Clarkson Integrator

Sep 03, 2007
“Actor Owen Wilson, suffering a "difficult time," pleaded for privacy Monday but said nothing of reports he attempted suicide by slashing his wrists and overdosing on drugs. "I respectfully ask that the media allow me to receive care and heal in private during this difficult time," Wilson, 38, said in a statement.”
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Start the year right, play good games
by Clarkson Integrator

Aug 26, 2007
“Bioshock For: Xbox 360 and PC From: Irrational Games/2K Games ESRB Rating: Mature (blood and gore, drug reference, intense violence, sexual themes, strong language) Bioshock's supreme greatness comes down to three factors, each of which could fill this review's space and then some in its own right.”
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Superbad is supergood and supercrude
by Clarkson Integrator

Aug 26, 2007
“Every so often there's a teen movie that details the lives of the sexually oppressed high school kids and their alcohol driven lust for the super hot, yet unattainable girl. Most are filled with gratuitous swearing, crazy antics, and some form of illegal activity, usually involving alcohol, drugs, and the police.”
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Potsdam Police Blotter Reports
by Clarkson Integrator

Aug 26, 2007
“5/21/07 11:40 p.m.
Criminal Mischief - 4th
Menacing - 2nd
Rodney D. Pelkey 6/4/85
Potsdam
Defendant was arrested on the above charges resulting from the investigation of a domestic incident. A verbal argument over the use of a motor vehicle escalated and the defendant is alleged to have struck a vehicle with a piece of wood numerous times causing damage to the headlight.”

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Character impacts draft
by Clarkson Integrator

Apr 22, 2007
“When news leaked out Wednesday night that three prominent college football players admitted at the NFL Scouting Combine in February that they had smoked marijuana - although they never tested positive - the reaction wasn't necessarily a predictable one.
"We ask them to tell us the truth, and then we lose all credibility when people find out about it," a league source said of the Pro Football Weekly report that targeted Louisville defensive tackle Amobi Okoye, George Tech wide receiver Calvin Johnson, and Clemson defensive end Gaines Adams.”

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Bluelights and parking
by Clarkson Integrator

Apr 22, 2007
“9, I had the opportunity to take part in the bimonthly inspection of the twelve emergency phones with a Campus Safety officer and Dave DeLisle, the Director of Campus Safety and Security.  I participated in this inspection as a representative for the CUSA Student Life Committee to follow up on an October 2006 inspection.”
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CU Campus Safety reports
by Clarkson Integrator

Apr 22, 2007
“4/13/07 6:45 a.m.
Criminal Mischief
Person(s) unknown, sometime overnight busted one of two main entrance door windows located at the main entrance in Powers.
4/13/07 10:00a.m.
Criminal Mischief
Person(s) unknown tampered and damaged the fence that secures the campus natural gas connections.”

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Terror limits mobility
by Clarkson Integrator

Apr 22, 2007
“On Friday, Professor of English Neelika Jayawardane at SUNY Oswego gave a presentation entitled "Disappearing Bodies: Visibility and Erasure, Mobility and Containment of the Third World Immigrant During the War on Terror." Her presentation focused on the arrests and detention of suspected terrorists, as well as the paper trail that is accumulated as we travel.”
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The world mourns for the victims at Virginia Tech
by Clarkson Integrator

Apr 22, 2007
“On April 16, the United States witnessed the worst mass-shooting in the country's history at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University. Thirty-two students and faculty members were killed by Seung-Hui Cho in two different locations on campus. Cho subsequently shot and killed himself.”
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Campus Safety incident reports
by Clarkson Integrator

Apr 15, 2007
“4/7/07 3:43 a.m.
Disorderly Conduct
Safety & Security officers responded to a roommate conflict over smoking inside a Woodstock apartment (housing violation). Residence Director advised.
4/7/07 7:00 a.m.
Criminal Mischief
Person(s) unknown, sometim”

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