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Knightly News Podcast Previews Two November Events

“Christmas Shorts” to Open This Week

By Paul Miller

Knightly News co-adviser

In the most recent Knightly News podcast, two major events on the Summerdale campus are featured, including a look at the fall play “Christmas Shorts”.

On the show, we were pleased to have Capital BlueCross Theatre Director Janet Bixler and Bob Zaccano.  During their segment, they discuss much about the creative process that went into creating the play, as well as discussions about the overall themes presented.

For more information about the play and to buy tickets, you can check out their Facebook page or on the Centralpenn.edu website.

The showtimes are: Thursday, Nov. 10 – Saturday – Nov. 12 (7:30 p.m. curtain), Friday, Nov. 18 (7:30 p.m. curtain), Sat. Nov. 19 (2:30 p.m. curtain).

In the second segment of the podcast, Nasir Harris takes over as the host and turns that tables on Professor Miller, previewing his upcoming workshop entitled “Blogging 101:  The Importance of Blogging While in College”.

This this segment, Miller discusses several of the reasons that he believes that students can see several positive benefits from writing a blog while in college as a way to feature writing ability, passion for subject matter, etc.

The workshop will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 15 from 4 p.m. – 5 p.m. in ATEC 202.


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Knightly News Releases Podcast Episode #15

By Paul Miller

Media Club Co-Adviser

The Knightly News Media Club is proud to release our newest podcast, featuring Student Activities Director Adrienne Thoman discussing some of the premier events on the November activities and a special bonus newscast featuring News Correspondent Norman Geary.

In Thoman’s segment, she highlights her “Featured Three” events of November, including the ATEC Dance on Nov. 4, the SGA Election on Nov. 16, and the holiday play “Christmas Shorts” at the Capital BlueCross Theatre with several dates in November.

In Geary’s segment, he reviews some of the recent Knightly News stories including the recent Bill Gladstone video project presentation, the Alumni Feast ‘n’ Brews tent at Fall Harvest, and what Dillon Epler and the Residence Life office is doing to promote students voting in the upcoming election.

In addition, Geary continues his look at open education resources that have the potential to impact the costs of student textbooks for the positive.

The Knightly News thanks you for your continued support.

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