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Behind the Grades: New Orchestra Conductor

September 17, 2008 1

Reuben Blundell, a Melbourne, Australia native, is among the newest faculty members of the school. As the new orchestra conductor, Blundell brings much knowledge and experience with him. He just finished his residency at Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY, and is now working to receive his doctorate.

Government student chosen for internship

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Pennsylvania’s policy makers are broadening students’ perspective on government, including Melanie Ianniello, this semester’s participant in The Harrisburg Internship Semester Program (THIS), who is working for Pennsylvania’s Independent Regulatory Review Commission (IRRC) as part of the 15-week internship sponsored by PASSHE.

Alumni reorganizes funds, adding events

September 17, 2008 0

During the Fall semester of 2007, a talented but anxious contestant entered the “Ville Idol” competition and found out on Oct. 12, the day before the huge Taylor Hicks homecoming concert was to be held, that they would be opening for none other but Hicks himself, the winner of the fifth-annual “American Idol” competition.

Education Act benefits MU students

September 17, 2008 0

A reauthorization of the Higher Education Act of 1965, the Higher Education Opportunity Act passed in both the House of Representatives, by a vote of 380 to 49, and the Senate, by a vote of 83 to 8; signing it into law on Aug. 14, 2008.

Of Congress and Cheese

September 17, 2008 0

On Monday Sept. 15, students enjoyed Pizza, Policy and Politics with former members of congress.

A brighter and whiter smile might not be best

September 10, 2008 1

In today’s society, people feel obligated to look their best at all times. They do things like buy fashionable clothing, change their hair color, and even whiten teeth. To their surprise, teeth whiteners may look better than what they are actually doing to your pearly whites.

Palin gives new hope to Republican party

September 10, 2008 0

As a team of Mavericks, Senator John McCain and Alaska’s Governor Sarah Palin spoke to a cheering and excited crowd, waving banners, “NOBAMA” hats and streamers Tuesday afternoon at Franklin and Marshall.

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