Week in Review May 26: Dillo Day, lacrosse and coupon apps

    In case you were busy complaining about the weather, here’s a recap of some news you may have missed this week.

    Meanwhile, Godsmack will be headlining the Verizon Wireless Long Field Stage
    At long last, the Dillo Day lineup has been finalized. Come out to Lakefill on Saturday to hear whysowhite, The New Pornographers, Chiddy Bang, Peter Bjorn and John, Guns and Sons, Kill The Noise, N.A.S.A. and B.o.B. We’ve got the respective news stories here, here, here and here.

    After the religious speakers finish, Professor Bailey will give a demonstration
    While the baccalaureate ceremony is traditionally a Christian service, this year’s event will feature representatives from many different religious backgrounds. Rabbi Josh Feigelson will give the invocation, Muslim chaplain Tahera Ahmad will give the benediction and students of will read excerpts they have chosen from various religious texts. Our camp counselors at The Daily Northwestern have the whole story right here.

    The app also has a built-in judgment feature for when you go to Chipotle too much
    A team of six students in a McCormick class designed an iPhone and Android app that allows users to get digital coupons for Evanston businesses. The app, which is free, lets users browse stores by name or category, view promotions and locate each business with the included phone number and map. We’ve got the full story here.

    Fans rejoiced as the Wildcats ended their 349-day NCAA tournament drought
    The lacrosse team demolished Albany Saturday, defeating the previously undefeated Great Danes 18-4. The ‘Cats will head to the NCAA semifinals on Friday to take on third-ranked North Carolina. Head over to The Daily for more.

    Senators will now be elected based on knowledge of eighteenth-century poetry, beer pong skills
    After months of debate, ASG senate unanimously passed a restructuring bill that will change the way many senators are elected and increase their accountability. While the legislation originally called for the number of senators to be reduced to 34, it was amended on the senate floor to keep the number at 51. We’ve got more right here.


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