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Candide the Comedy

It was an 18th century musical comedy based on a classic French satire inspired by the philosopher Voltaire. It made its Broadway debut in 1956 with music composed by Leonard Beistein and the playwright was Lillian Hellman. The show was Candide which will soon be staged in the Cole auditorium, …

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Dragon*Con 2010!

The pop culture world came alive and roamed the streets of Atlanta this Labor Day weekend. Over the course of the four-day holiday, nearly 100,000 people attended the 23rd annual Dragon*Con. The science fiction and fantasy, gaming, comics, literature, art, music, and film festival featured celebrities from popular films and TV …

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Laser Tag Battle Royale

During Welcome Back Week, hosted by SGA, Newton students engaged in a battle for Laser Tag supremacy in an arena aboard a massive spacecraft. The survivors lived to tell the tale:  Photos and interviews by Elyse Worthey, Staff Photograher

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