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October 01, 2010
Vol. 52 No. 4

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Do you scream for ice cream?

Radio DJ discusses fall concert

By Amanda Chase
Staff Writer

Tickets for Susquehanna's fall concert went on sale last Friday. Within fifteen minutes, the line extended down the hall from the box office. Some students felt the line was too long to wait in, which one bystander remarked was "a good problem to...

Week designated to commemorate controversial and racy banned books

By Kayla Marsh
Staff Writer

This week is booked by Banned Books Week, which is taking placed from Saturday, Sept. 25 to Saturday, Oct. 2.

According to the American Library Association (ALA) website, Banned Books Week is a yearly event "celebrating the freedom to read and...

Creating campus club serves student interests

By Kayla Marsh
Assistant Living & Arts Editor

Do you have an interest that you would like to turn into an on-campus club or organization? The process may be much easier than you think.

In order to make a legitimate, campus-acknowledged club or organization, you must first go to Campus...

Kreamery quenches cravings

By Megan Ghezzi
Assistant Living & Arts Editor

Next time you're in the mood for a guilty pleasure, you can go to Kate's Kreamery for ice cream.

Kate's Kreamery is located inside Sarah-Kate Interiors on South Market Street. The business also houses Kate's Tea Cup, a small restaurant themed...

Day to inform of arts, writing

By Elizabeth Tropp
Living & Arts Editor

Lights, camera, action!

High school students will be invited to take action and participate in Action Days, a major admissions event, which will kick off with the Arts and Writing Action Day on Monday, Oct. 4.

The five Action Days throughout...

Guest violinist to mix old, new repertoire through performance

By Elizabeth Tropp
Living & Arts Editor

Guest artist Salley Koo and Assistant Professor of Music Naomi Niskala will perform a musical recital in Stretansky Concert Hall today at 8 p.m.

According to the program, Koo has performed internationally as a solo and chamber musician. She ...

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Radio DJ discusses fall concert

Kreamery quenches cravings

Week designated to commemorate controversial and racy banned books

Day to inform of arts, writing

Creating campus club serves student interests

Guest violinist to mix old, new repertoire through performance

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