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October 25, 2013
Vol. 55 No. 7

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SU gets hit with 'Horror'

By Rebecca Hall
Staff Writer

This Halloween will not only be a search for tricks and treats, but also the opening night of Susquehanna's fall musical "Little Shop of Horrors."
The show follows the tale of Seymour, a flower-shop owner who stumbles across a strange flesh-eating...

Writer gives students insight

By Laura Grammes
Staff Writer

Author Ann Pancake was introduced to the Susquehanna community on Oct. 23 as a part of the university's Writers Institute Visiting Writers Series.
Pancake's sense of rhythmic prose and lyrical tendencies bring attention to what is incredible and...

CD disappoints writer

By Joey Maltese
Columnist

Just three years ago, Katy Perry released "Teenage Dream," the album that defined pop music of this generation.
With tracks like "Firework," "Last Friday Night," and the title track "Teenage Dream," Perry seemed to reign supreme, sweeping award...

Ensemble 'jazzes' up, performs at Charlie's

By Bria Parker
Staff Writer

On Oct. 22,Charlie's Coffeehouse held its first Jazz Night of the academic year, with a number of student and faculty performers taking to the stage.
Jazz Night is a jam session-style performance by the students of the Jazz Ensemble. The event,...

Movie puts twist on old tool

By Samantha McCoy
Staff Writer

Comedy is difficult to pull off. Writers, directors and even actors who often improvise have quite the job coming up with new material to keep audiences interested, and what audience wouldn't be interested in a movie where actors p...

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SU gets hit with 'Horror'

Ensemble 'jazzes' up, performs at Charlie's

Writer gives students insight

Movie puts twist on old tool

CD disappoints writer

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