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Cinematographer for ‘Lord of the Rings,’ ‘The Hobbit’ dies at 59

Kayla Shea Arts & Life Editor Cinematographer for “The Lord of the Rings” and “The Hobbit,” Andrew Lesnie, died at the age of 59. The Australian native suffered from a…

6 Tips for Landing a Good Internship Program

These days, internships are viewed as pretty much standard when it comes to job search experience. But competition for them can be fierce. So consider the following must-dos if you…

Career Services opportunity spotlight, April 24

TO APPLY:  Further information regarding these internships may be accessed through College Central Network. If you do not have an account with CCN, you will need to register before making…

Celebrate 32nd annual world premiere composition series concert with guest composer

Madeline Keegan Arts & Life Correspondent Saturday marks the 32nd annual World Premiere Composition Series Concert. This year’s event will be conducted by trumpeter, conductor, composer and performance artist Brian…

Poetry reading to honor National Poetry Month

Kayla Shea Arts & Life Editor The Academy of American Poets introduced April as National Poetry Month in 1996 to generate excitement about poetry — and it worked. National Poetry…

Gallery exhibits Marywood graduate’s work

Latrice Smith Staff Writer The Hope Horn Gallery, located in Hyland Hall, is currently exhibiting “Intricacies of Feminine Spirit: Ceramics by Nannette Burti.” Burti is a ceramicist originally from Mill…

DJ Earworm to perform at Springfest 2015

Amanda Ragusa Staff Writer DJ Earworm is a well-established, technologically savvy musical artist. He is best known for his “United States of Pop” mashup series, which combines the top 25…

Liva Arts Company to perform ‘Rent’

Liva Arts Company to perform ‘Rent’

‘Rent’: Jonathan Larson’s seven-year rock musical project Kayla Shea Arts & Life Editor SUBMITTED PHOTO / LORII TRAVERS FOR THE AQUINAS THE STUDENT-RUN organization, Liva Arts Company, photographed during rehearsal.…

Kilner, Dolente aim to make resources more accessible

Kilner, Dolente aim to make resources more accessible

Joe Evans News Editor After winning the election last week, rising senior Chris Kilner and rising junior Isabella Dolente are ready to get to work as president and vice president…

No more gym class

Why The University dropped physical education credit requirement in fall ‘13 CARMINE GERRITY-GEMEI Sports Editor The University dropped the three-credit physical education requirement for incoming students starting in the Fall…

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