By Rebecca Soltau, Courier Entertainment Editor
Aaron Gillespie is a man obsessed. Whether he’s out in front of The Almost, his new, eagerly anticipated rock-based project, or behind the drum kit for Christian-rock band Underoath, the Florida-bred singer/songwriter can’t help but throw himself into everything he does.
What was once more of a secretive project became more than that, thanks to MTV2 and websites like Myspace. Once the fans took a listen to the new songs by the guy who beats on the drums helps with vocals in Underoath they were hooked; so hooked in fact that "Say This Sooner" has become, to-date, one of the higher played songs on iTunes and Limewire.
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Fajita Chicken and Veggie Pizza, Milk, Fresh Fruit, Fun Chips
Logan Health Center presents, “Bustin’ Out”, Hip-Hop performances breaking negative images in Hip-Hop culture. Tuesday, Dec. 18, 4-6 pm in the Student Union.
Congratulations to the varsity & jv wrestling teams for beating the Washington Huskies. Var won 70-9, and jv won 4-0. Getting his first varsity win is freshman Matt Haney Kuong, with Aaron Boone, Jonathan Laureta, and Alex Heredia.
The boys soccer team will be hosting Richmond tomorrow at 12 noon. Come support our freshman team!
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By Sarena Bains, Courier Staff Writer
Principal Don Montoya
Logan Principal Don Montoya today will host the first meeting of a committee made up of teachers and other staff members, called the Faculty Advisory Committee, formed to address issues of the "climate" of the school and provide him with advice about how to deal with those issues.
The idea for the committee, modeled on the Principal's Advisory Committee made up of students, came up at a faculty meeting held in November to discuss the problems the school experienced at the beginning of this semester.
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By Barbara Hart, Career Center Technician
The following is a listing of current scholarship applications that are available for pick-up in the James Logan Career Center. This list is intended to give you a brief synopsis of the most pertinent information for each scholarship or award. If a scholarship looks interesting to you, come to the career center to pick up a hardcopy application (located in the money box), or if a web address is provided apply on-line or download your application using the stated web-site.
Today's update is the SAMMY 2008 - Body by Milk (the Milk Mustache) Awards and is strictly for student athletes who also excelled academically, served in leadership roles, and given back to their community (volunteer service). This is an on-line scholarship, so you will have to down load your own application; there are none in the "moneybox".
Logan and Camplindo players By Denay Harris,
get ready to play.
Denay Harris/Courier Photo
Courier Staff Writer
The James Logan boy’s basketball teams faced Campolindo in the Logan Pavilion Monday night, winning two out of three of the match-ups.
The varsity game started off with a fast pace, with senior center Hunter Hayden slam dunking during the first quarter and helping Logan lead 15 to 12 by the end of the first.
The Colts extended their lead with very good defense added, so that, by half time, Logan was up by 21 with the score was 36 to 15.
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(December 13, 1871 – March 2, 1945) was a Canadian artist and writer.
She was born in Victoria, British Columbia, and moved to San Francisco in 1890 to study art after the death of her parents. In 1899 she travelled to England to deepen her studies, where she spent time at the Westminster School of Art in London and at various studio schools in Cornwall, Bushey, Hertfordshire, San Francisco, and elsewhere. In 1910 , she spent a year studying art at the Académie Colarossi in Paris and elsewhere in France before moving back to British Columbia permanently the following year.
Read Klee Wyck by Emily Carr, free from Project Gutenberg Australia.
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