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January 23, 2009
Vol. 50 No. 12

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'Essay' features work from promising writers

By Julie Buckingham
Staff Writer

The Writers' Institute kicked off the spring semester with a reading Wednesday evening to celebrate the publication of this year's "Essay" magazine.

The event featured readings by students whose work was published in the magazine.
"Essay," now...

Award-winning poet to read work for Visiting Writers Series

By Sarah Andrews
Contributing writer

Author G.C. Waldrep will read his poetry as a part of the 2008-09 Visiting Writers Series, sponsored by The Writers' Institute. The reading will be held Tuesday, Jan. 27, at 7:30 p.m. in Stretansky Hall in the Cunningham Center.

"Waldrep ...

Group collects prom gowns

By Stephanie Beazley
Assistant Living & Arts Editor

The Susquehanna student group WomenSpeak is in the midst of a Prom Dress Drive, a campaign to gather prom dresses and accessories to be donated to area high school students.

"WomenSpeak is collecting used prom dresses and gowns, jewelry, shoes...

Professors perform music from memory

By Stephanie Beazley
Assistant Living & Arts Editor

Five Susquehanna faculty members performed in a concert based around the theme of memory on Friday, Jan. 16 at 8 p.m. in Stretansky Concert Hall in the Cunningham Center.

"Played From Memory" displayed the power of the instrumentalists' use of...

Saxophonist to teach, play for aspiring musicians

By Stephanie Bettick
Staff Writer

World-renowned saxophonist Jonathan Helton will be appearing at Susquehanna for a guest artist recital on Sunday, Jan. 25 at 8 p.m.

The recital will take place in Stretansky Hall in the Cunningham Center and will feature Helton along with his...

Student-led publication will showcase all departments

By Melissa Dixon
Living & Arts Editor

The interdisciplinary publication "Transformations" is now open to student submissions from every department on campus. "Transformations" will be published in late spring.

Until recently, it was a publication featuring only submissions from...

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'Essay' features work from promising writers

Professors perform music from memory

Award-winning poet to read work for Visiting Writers Series

Saxophonist to teach, play for aspiring musicians

Group collects prom gowns

Student-led publication will showcase all departments

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