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November 07, 2008
Vol. 50 No. 9

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Actor to arrive with one-man show

By Ashlie Crosson
Online Editor

"Comedy keeps the heart sweet," Mark Twain wrote in 1898. Over a century later, Tony and Emmy award-winning actor Hal Holbrook is using this ideal in his one-man show modeled after the works of the author who originally penned it.

Holbrook, who...

Students showcase literary achievements

By Colleen Nord
Staff Writer

The Writer's Institute held the first of three senior readings for the fall semester on Wednesday, Oct. 29 in the Lore Degenstein Art Gallery at 7:30 p.m.

The reading featured work from seniors Sara Basher, Sumerly Buccino, Stacy Gallaher,...

International organist performs at Susquehanna

By Cristina Castellano
Staff Writer

Dr. Jan Vladimir Michalko, professor of organ at the Academy of Music and Drama in Bratislava, Slovakia, performed at Susquehanna last night, Nov. 6 in the Weber Chapel Auditorium at 8 p.m.

According to a biography of Michalko, he is a leading...

Student provides break-up remedies

By Grace Snyder
Contributing Writer

Let's face it, Prince Charming only exists in Disney movies, and those knights in shining armor are simply a mirage.

Relationships are complicated and deep, and everyone's experiences are different.

But don't they always start and end up ...

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