Featured entrée selections include Pasta, Pizza, Chinese Dishes, Burgers, Spicy Chicken Patty & various Deli items. Lunches include a variety of fruits, veggies and milk.
Cal State East Bay will be holding Admission on the Spot here at Logan on Thursday, November 20th. If you know for a fact that East Bay is where you want to come Fall ’09, then sign up in the Career Center.
A U.S. Naval Academy Candidate Awareness Seminar will be held on Sunday, Nov. 23 on the USS Hornet in Alameda. For more info and directions pick up a flier on the military table in the Career Center.
Posted by courier at 12:55 PM. Filed under: Daily Bulletin
3 comments • Permalink
By Chris Winn, Courier Staff Writer
Note: Chris Winn is a member of the Colts' varsity football team.
With a win Saturday night over the Kennedy Titans, the Logan Colts improved their record to 4-5.
It was a very hard fought game and when the defense gave up a score with about 2 minutes left, I thought the game was over. That may be a little harsh to say, but our offense hasn’t proven they can score much let alone in a timely fashion.
But, boy, did they prove me wrong.
Posted by courier at 12:43 PM. Filed under: Sports
No comments • Permalink
"Spider-Man: Web of Shadows"
Reviewed for: Xbox 360 and Playstation 3
By Billy O'Keefe
McClatchy-Tribune News Service (MCT)
Also available for: Playstation 2, PC,
Nintendo Wii, PSP, Nintendo DS
ESRB Rating: Teen (animated blood, drug
reference, mild language, mild suggestive
In "Spider-Man: Web of Shadows," you star as Spider-Man and enjoy unlimited liberty to swing around New York City to whatever degree you please ... just as you could in last year's "Spider-Man 3." Oh, and "Spider-Man 2" before that. Doesn't Spidey ever do any traveling beyond the city limits?
But while a change of venue would've been nice, doing away with the sloppy hand-to-hand combat and dull mission objectives that bogged down those other two games is paramount.
On both fronts, "Shadows" scores direct hits. Spider-Man's combat repertoire always has been expansive, but "Shadows" is the first game that not only gives the moves the oomph they deserve, but removes any static between what you're trying to do and what Spidey does. "Shadows" mixes land, air, web and even wall-mounted combat in some pretty liberating ways, and practically every move in the arsenal controls and feels as it should.
Posted by courier at 04:24 AM. Filed under: Entertainment
No comments • Permalink