'The hills are alive' at Susquehanna
By Hilary Hutter
The Susquehanna Department of Theatre will present seven performances of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Tony award-winning musical "The Sound of Music." Held in the Degenstein Theater, the show will run for two weekends, with the first performance on...
Visiting author reads, speaks to students
By Sarah Andrews
Poet Claudia Rankine read from her work on Thursday, Oct. 22 in Isaac's Auditorium as part of the 2009-10 Visiting Writers Series, sponsored by The Writers Institute.
Rankine's reading was preceded by a question and answer session in Seibert...
'Couples' comedy was not a treat for writer
By Megan Ghezzi
Universal Pictures' "Couples Retreat" is a debilitated, predictable and excessively sentimental movie that will most likely go from the box office to the new releases shelf to the five dollar bin at Wal-Mart within one year.
This movie did not...
Editor exercises First Amendment rights
Assistant News Editor
Mad Magazine Senior Editor Joe Raiola visited Susquehanna on Wednesday, Oct. 21 to deliver the Ottaway-Daily Item lecture in Public Affairs. He spoke in Stretansky Concert Hall about media censorship in the U.S.
"'The worst is not death, but...
Saturn expert explains planet
By Stephanie Beazley
Living & Arts Editor
Astrophysicist Greg Black spoke about the planet Saturn at a meeting of the Institute for Lifelong Learning (IFLL) on Wednesday, Oct. 21.
Black, a Selinsgrove native, returned to his hometown to lecture an audience that included IFLL members, ...