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Dear Readers, In just 16 days I'll be leaving Westminster College behind to start my life in the real world. A life away from New...

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Four years ago, I never would have placed myself in the position that I am in now. Four years ago, I was still an...

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Working in Beeghly has been more than a work study job for the last year and a half. It's been rewarding, frustrating, amusing, and...

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As I looked over Brittain Lake, the lights from the surrounding area reflected peacefully up at me.  The air was warm, and a bit humid from...

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Having spent the past two years immersed in a liberal arts education, I can appreciate the bridging of worlds, making or discovering connections between...

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Well, it has been almost two weeks since we closed Stop Kiss. Normally, I have mentally moved on to the next project by this time, but, for some reason, this one keeps sticking with me. I was in the shower this morning thinking about how I might direct it next time around and whether I should suggest it for next season at the New Castle Playhouse just so I can do the show again. Then again, maybe I should just treasure this experience and not try to recreate it. This production wasn’t perfect, but, man, it made me happy watching it each night. I don’t ever remember being so frustrated with the small audience turn out that happens when every organization on our small campus tries to fit in end of the year events on the same weekend. I was so proud of the entire company. Every person raised their game each night.