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Reilly rocked campus during night classes

As evening classes began on Sept. 23, McInnis auditorium was transformed into a concert venue. A crowd of about 150 students and visitors turned out to hear rock band Reilly. Classes normally held on the first and second floors of McInnis were moved to other buildings to accommodate the loud […]

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Birthday Birds and Scaredy Cats

Philadelphia Zoo and Field of Screams offer fun weekend activities

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Field of Screams

Pay to get in, pray to get out

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Free Library of Philadelphia hosts author readings

Sept. 22: Ralph Nader, Only the Super-Rich Can Save Us!, 12 p.m. FREE Sept. 24: James Ellroy, Blood’s A Rover, 7:30 p.m. FREE Oct. 5: Monday Poets, Leonard Gontarek, 6:30 p.m. FREE Sept. 23: Marjane Satrapi, The Complete Persepolis, 7:30 p.m. FREE Sept. 30: Banned Books Reading, 7:30 p.m. FREE

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Where’s Godot?

Eastern puts on existentialist play

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Dia del Este: Round Dos

Nowadays a dollar does not do much except buy two-thirds of a soda from a vending machine or do some laundry. But what if, after buying a $1 ticket, one could see a play, sing karaoke, go to a country fair and have a chance to win an Xbox 360 […]

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SAB and Fine Arts have high goals for the year

SAB The buzz word for SAB this year is Friday. “Almost everything we have planned this year is on a Friday,” Coordinator of Student Activities Paul Daigle said. “Now students will always know when student activities events are being held.” Every weekend is scheduled with activities ranging from coffee houses […]