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October 18, 2013
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Lecture addresses importance of printing, art

By Bria Parker
Staff Writer

On Oct. 17 at in Isaacs Auditorium in Seibert Hall, artist and print maker Lynne Avadenka held her lecture titled "On the Making of Many Books."
As stated in a Susquehanna University press release, the lecture related to the 2013 university theme...

Alumna makes mark, new strides in career

By Anne Wolfe
Assistant Digital Media Editor

Leaving Susquehanna in hopes of being a star, Marla McNally-Phillips, a member of the class of 1979, ended up helping others to achieve stardom instead.
McNally-Phillips is the co-CEO of Emerald Forest Entertainment, a company she started in 1989...

Senior embraces artistic future

By Laura Grammes
Staff Writer

There was always something special about art for Keeley Gribb.
Growing up, she always had artistic tendencies in everything that she did; no matter if it was being a cellist since the age of nine or playing the piano since the age of seven.
Her...

Gallery shows 'humanity' in art competition

By Rebecca Hall
Staff Writer

"The human figure is a fascinating thing. It's ever-changing, it's unique, it's an object, and it's a person," said artist Alessandra Sulpy, Susquehanna's juror for the Fifth Annual Figurative Drawing & Painting Competition.
The gallery opening...

Alumnus soars to new heights

By Kayla Marsh
Living & Arts Editor

What do you get when you put together high falls, gun fights, stunt driving and dying numerous times in a day?
The answer: a normal day at work for actor and stuntman Jay Boryea.
A 1973 graduate of Susquehanna, Boryea said that it wasn't always...

Alumna applies SU to 'MU'

By Kayla Marsh
Living & Arts Editor

In a year filled with sequels to such films as "Despicable Me" and "The Smurfs," this summer saw the premiere of the long-awaited prequel to the early 2000s family-favorite "Monsters, Inc."
While moviegoers young and old got to catch up and hang...

New album disappoints

By Joey Maltese
Columnist

"Oh no, we won't go; we don't know when to quit," wail Fall Out Boy and friends: Foxes, Big Sean, Courtney Love and Sir Elton John, on the title track of "Save Rock and Roll."
"Save Rock and Roll" was Fall Out Boy's comeback album after the ...

Soprano celebrates 'last hurrah'

By Virginia Liscinsky
Assistant Living & Arts Editor

Stacey Geyer will perform her senior voice recital on Saturday, Oct. 19, at 8 p.m. in Stretansky Concert Hall.
Geyer, a senior soprano and a vocal performance major, will sing a variety of classical pieces during her show.
"I'm kind of grasping...

LIVING & ARTS HEADLINES

Lecture addresses importance of printing, art

Alumnus soars to new heights

Alumna makes mark, new strides in career

Alumna applies SU to 'MU'

Senior embraces artistic future

New album disappoints

Gallery shows 'humanity' in art competition

Soprano celebrates 'last hurrah'

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