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April 27, 2012
Vol. 53 No. 22

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FANCY FOOTWORK

Dance Corps ends year with annual showcase

By Mekishana Pierre
Assistant Living & Arts Editor

On April 21, Susquehanna's Dance Corps (SUDC) presented their 7th annual spring showcase. The show was held in Weber Chapel Auditorium at 4 p.m.
SUDC is a student run organization that host classes teaching an assortment of dance styles, ...

Recital features musical history

By Elizabeth Findley
Staff Writer

On Tuesday, April 24, the Susquehanna student chamber music recital was held. It was directed by Marcos Krieger, Gail Levinsky and Andrew Rammon. The musical repertoire consisted of a mix of early music, classical and some 20th century music....

Theater production challenges gender definitions

By Kayla Marsh
Living & Arts Editor

Love, betrayal and equality: three words that encompass the tale of playwright Cicely Hamilton's historical satire "Diana of Dobson's," premiering this weekend at Susquehanna under the direction of Assistant Professor of Theater, Anna Andes....

Comedian returns to Susquehanna during U.S. tour

By Matthew Derrick
Living & Arts Editor

On April 27, comedian Steve Hofstetter will be performing as part of the Pub and Comedy Night at Trax. The event will begin at 4:30 p.m. and will serve as part of SAC's annual Spring Weekend.
As a New York City native, Hofstetter attended college...

Student reviewer serves up a slice of newly-opened Bella's

By Elizabeth Tropp
Managing Editor of Content

When it comes to pizza, it's hard to go wrong. However, I sometimes get tired of eating Benny's pizza on those days when I'm too rushed to sit down to a meal, so when I heard about the new pizza restaurant that opened on April 2 in downtown...

Concert explores universal truths

By Elizabeth Tropp
Managing Editor of Content

The Susquehanna Orchestra will perform their final concert of the semester on Saturday, April 28 at 8 p.m. in Weber Chapel.
"At our concert, the audience will be inspired to think about universal truths," said Jennifer Sacher Wiley, associate...

LIVING & ARTS HEADLINES

Dance Corps ends year with annual showcase

Comedian returns to Susquehanna during U.S. tour

Recital features musical history

Student reviewer serves up a slice of newly-opened Bella's

Theater production challenges gender definitions

Concert explores universal truths

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