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October 26, 2012
Vol. 54 No. 7

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Artist Series welcomes British a capella group

By Matthew Derrick
Living & Arts Editor

No tricks, only treats this Halloween as Susquehanna prepares for a performance from the world-famous a capella group, the King's Singers.

This all-male singing group, hailing from the United Kingdom, will serve as this year's musical component...

Recital to showcase sax and organ repertoire

By Elizabeth Tropp
Managing Editor of Content

"The organ is the oldest instrument of Western culture. The saxophone is the last instrument added to the Western orchestra. It is considered the last canon of the orchestra. In a way, they are the alpha and omega."

Assistant Professor of Music...

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By Chris Hooker, Staff Writer
Jazmine Salach, News Editor

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Few writers inspire me as a creative writing student more than Chuck Klosterman.

You may know him as The New York Times' ethicist. He's also appeared on Grantland.com, ESPN.com, Esquire, Spin and a whole bunch of other places....

Journalist reflects on experience in the fracking industry

By Allison Brown
Staff Writer

Ian Urbina, investigative reporter for The New York Times and author of the series "Drilling Down," spoke to students on Tuesday, Oct. 23. The series focused on the hydraulic fracturing and gas drilling industry and the actions various officials ...

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