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Local youths’ views on TV programs part of festival

Findings about children’s television programs judged by local youths earlier this year will be part of an international festival where the focus is on promoting quality television for children throughout the world.

Music students part of production in Ireland

The Gaiety School of Acting, also known as The National Theatre School of Ireland, hosts a program in which a director, a playwright, and a group of university students create from scratch a play to perform at the Smock Alley Theatre 1662 in Dublin at the conclusion of the workshop period – about two weeks. Most universities send drama students. Southern Illinois University Carbondale sends students from the School of Music.

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Flying Salukis finish second at championships

While the dream of a “three-peat” as National Intercollegiate Flying Association champions fell a few points short, the legacy of the Southern Illinois University Carbondale Flying Salukis continues to grow.

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Theater grad gets a jump on her career

She started out as a backstage dog care ninja and now she’s joined the Glimmerglass Festival in Cooperstown, N.Y., the second Southern Illinois University Carbondale theater student to do so in as many semesters.

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