Marisa Gallelli

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Broadway opens curtain to entertaining choices

Things have certainly been getting good on Broadway as of late. With smashing shows such as "RENT," "Wicked" and "Aida" hitting the stage, and new shows such as Mario Cantone's: "Laugh Whore," which opened on Oct. 24, 2004, "to an adoring crowd of fans," said to www.

The dangers of drinking

To many students turning 21 has no meaning to them, only because they have already been drinking up until that point in time. To me, however, turning 21 was a major turning point in my life, only because I have never in my life had a sip of alcohol, until midnight on Oct 17, 2004.

Still dealing one year later

One year ago on, Sept. 24, 2003, my grandmother passed away. Now, one year later, my family and I are still taking it the best way we know how, one day at a time. Personally for me, though it feels as if a giant wedge has formed between all of us, because in every sense of the word, my Nana, as we fondly called her, was the glue of the family.

Students experience convergence first hand

The Senior Seminar in Convergence is a course that strives to integrate the traditional forms of media communications and ultimately create a more thorough and interactive project with the intentions of appealing to diverse audiences. The course's instructor, English and Communication professor Dr.

New Plans for the Caf

Although many people think that eating at Jazzman's is a more healthy alternative to the cafeteria, many will be glad to find out that the cafeteria is striving to make meals more nutritious. This year, along with the other many changes that the cafeteria has instituted, the Sodexho Dining Service will be starting a program called Balance: Mind, Body and Soul.

How to register to vote

In order to be able to vote in the election on Tuesday, Nov. 2, one must be registered to vote by Oct. 4, if you are from Pennsylvania or New Jersey. There are two ways for one to register to vote: online or in person at your local representatives office or at the local driver's licensing center.

‘The Passion of the Christ’

The morals of director/producer Mel Gibson have been questioned because of his controversial movie, "The Passion of the Christ." There have been accusations that it is a very anti-Semitic film, even saying that Pilate was portrayed incorrectly because he was seen as being too gentle with Christ and also that the laguage should have been in English.

Memories will not implode with stadium

The Philadelphia sports fans will see the implosion of Veterans Stadium on Tuesday, March 21 at 7 a.m. Veterans Stadium is a sports complex that has been in Philadelphia for 33 years. Demolition Dynamics Co., an implosion subcontractor out of Tennessee, will handle the demise of Veterans Stadium, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Current news depresses student

Lately in the news all you hear about is either the election or something depressing. In the past week a 10-year-old-boy was shot in Philadelphia, an innocent child caught in the crossfire on the way to school, all because people don't know how to solve their problems without involving guns and violence.

Family values hit core, your heart

All of us know what it is like to lose someone we love, or at least can understand and imagine how it would feel to lose someone so close to you. Three weeks ago I lost one very key person in my life to death. This person was a great pillar of strength. She was the one that told me that I could do whatever I wanted as long as I wanted it bad enough.

Broadway opens curtain to entertaining choices

Things have certainly been getting good on Broadway as of late. With smashing shows such as "RENT," "Wicked" and "Aida" hitting the stage, and new shows such as Mario Cantone's: "Laugh Whore," which opened on Oct. 24, 2004, "to an adoring crowd of fans," said to www.

The dangers of drinking

To many students turning 21 has no meaning to them, only because they have already been drinking up until that point in time. To me, however, turning 21 was a major turning point in my life, only because I have never in my life had a sip of alcohol, until midnight on Oct 17, 2004.

Still dealing one year later

One year ago on, Sept. 24, 2003, my grandmother passed away. Now, one year later, my family and I are still taking it the best way we know how, one day at a time. Personally for me, though it feels as if a giant wedge has formed between all of us, because in every sense of the word, my Nana, as we fondly called her, was the glue of the family.

Students experience convergence first hand

The Senior Seminar in Convergence is a course that strives to integrate the traditional forms of media communications and ultimately create a more thorough and interactive project with the intentions of appealing to diverse audiences. The course's instructor, English and Communication professor Dr.

New Plans for the Caf

Although many people think that eating at Jazzman's is a more healthy alternative to the cafeteria, many will be glad to find out that the cafeteria is striving to make meals more nutritious. This year, along with the other many changes that the cafeteria has instituted, the Sodexho Dining Service will be starting a program called Balance: Mind, Body and Soul.

How to register to vote

In order to be able to vote in the election on Tuesday, Nov. 2, one must be registered to vote by Oct. 4, if you are from Pennsylvania or New Jersey. There are two ways for one to register to vote: online or in person at your local representatives office or at the local driver's licensing center.

‘The Passion of the Christ’

The morals of director/producer Mel Gibson have been questioned because of his controversial movie, "The Passion of the Christ." There have been accusations that it is a very anti-Semitic film, even saying that Pilate was portrayed incorrectly because he was seen as being too gentle with Christ and also that the laguage should have been in English.

Memories will not implode with stadium

The Philadelphia sports fans will see the implosion of Veterans Stadium on Tuesday, March 21 at 7 a.m. Veterans Stadium is a sports complex that has been in Philadelphia for 33 years. Demolition Dynamics Co., an implosion subcontractor out of Tennessee, will handle the demise of Veterans Stadium, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.

Current news depresses student

Lately in the news all you hear about is either the election or something depressing. In the past week a 10-year-old-boy was shot in Philadelphia, an innocent child caught in the crossfire on the way to school, all because people don't know how to solve their problems without involving guns and violence.

Family values hit core, your heart

All of us know what it is like to lose someone we love, or at least can understand and imagine how it would feel to lose someone so close to you. Three weeks ago I lost one very key person in my life to death. This person was a great pillar of strength. She was the one that told me that I could do whatever I wanted as long as I wanted it bad enough.
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