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Jonathan Edmondson

New Jersey native Zach Braff inspires during lecture

By Jonathan Edmondson & Peter Fiorilla Arts & Entertainment Editor & News Editor For someone who is now a multimillion-dollar celebrity, Zach Braff is a pretty normal guy...

CUB allocated $6,548 for hypnotist show

The Student Finance Board meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 1, included six different proposals for events ranging from the informative to the entertaining. The College Union...

Trans-activist Mock approved for $13,048

The Student Finance Board meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 24, included proposals from 10 organizations, all hoping to bring diverse and engaging events to campus...

Mixed Signals return with humorous spirit

By Jonathan Edmondson Arts & Entertainment Editor The Library Auditorium, a generally serene and intimate venue, was packed with students on Sunday, Sept. 21, for the...

$9,775 funded to INK

INK, PRISM and Student Government present at this week's SFB meeting.

‘Made in America’ ends summer in musical bliss

By Jonathan Edmondson Arts & Entertainment Editor  Philadelphia knows how to end summer with a bang. Each Labor Day weekend for the past two years, “Made...

Fall lecture choices approved

Zach Braff, Josh Radnor and Kate Mulgrew are the choices for this year's fall lecture.

‘Romeo and Juliet’ funded for $11,675

The Student Finance Board had its first meeting of the semester on Wednesday, Sept. 3, where the College Union Board, All College Theater and...

Comedy show features three diverse acts

Kendall Hall was filled with students ready to laugh and eager to see the College Union Board’s “3 For Free Comedy Show,” co-sponsored by Welcome Week Committee and SFB funded, on Thursday, Aug. 28. The show featured Andrew Schulz, Omid Singh and Gina Brillon — comedians on the rise in the entertainment world.

Professor Thielker leads Afghan art project

During the summer, some students at the College choose to study in exotic locations around the world. Some choose internships in popular cities like New York and Philadelphia, and yet others spend the hazy months right here on campus. Students are able to collaborate with professors on special projects through a program called MUSE (Mentored Undergraduate Summer Experience).

Professor analyzes Springsteen’s lyrics

By Jonathan Edmondson Arts & Entertainment Editor Mention the name Bruce Springsteen to almost anyone in America, and he or she will immediately think of a...

The Very Best of Summer 2014

By Jonathan Edmondson & Kimberly Ilkowski Arts & Entertainment Editor & Review Editor Best Film Jonathan: “Boyhood,” written and directed by Richard Linklater, is without a doubt the best...

Menzel soars in thought-provoking ‘If/Then’

Since the early days of Broadway, there have been a handful of leading ladies who have outshined the competition. These women represent the paradigm of a triple-threat in singing, acting and dancing. This group of stars includes the likes of Bernadette Peters, Liza Minnelli and Patti LuPone. After the Broadway premiere of "If/Then," Idina Menzel joins this Broadway diva club.

Planning to make hall ‘Bliss’

The College’s campus is home to numerous academic buildings in which students spend a majority of their time during the semester. Some locations, such as the School of Education Building, are brand new with top-of-the-line facilities and an aesthetically-pleasing design. These beautiful buildings, however, do not cover up the less-than-appealing locations.

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