Month: February 2022

Local News: English department contest recognizes writing skills in young students (1/31/22)

University Press prints winning student works in a book, becoming the young writers first printed and published work in most cases. Above is the cover of the printed and published book winning writers receive. Image submitted by Crystal Bailey For the past 40 years, the English department has encouraged young writers through the Katherine Hinchey …

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Why Robert Pattinson wanted to play Batman: “He’s a freak!”

From Bat-fan to Batman, Robert Pattinson expresses what drew him to the Dark Knight: “He’s a freak!” After his acclaimed roles in indie darlings like Good weather Y The lighthousePattinson is the latest actor to don the Batman cape and cowl in filmmaker Matt Reeves’ gritty and grim reboot in theaters March 4. he practically …

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Off the Lake Productions to perform first student-written play

Off the Lake Productions’ “Night of One Acts” features “Oh Dear God” written by Ohio State Student Eva Scherrer. Credit: Courtesy of Abby McNickle For the first time in its history, Off the Lake Productions will perform a play written by an Ohio State student. Off the Lake’s “Night of One Acts” will take place …

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🌱 Loop It Up Receives Grant + Leadership Forum In Feb.

Morning, Savannah! Here’s everything you need to know to get this Tuesday started off right. First, today’s weather: Mostly sunny and pleasant. High: 66 Low: 48. Here are the top three stories today in Savannah: Loop it up Savannah recently received a $30,000 grant from the Savannah Philanthropic Partners. Loop it up is a new …

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Low Vision Awareness Month – The Gilmer Mirror

By OLIVIA BURNS, Aging Texas Well Coordinator February is Low Vision Awareness Month, which promotes education about the importance of eye health at all ages to prevent future vision loss. According to a report by the Aging Texas Well Advisory Committee, approximately 261,000 Texans age 65 and older experience impaired vision. Fortunately, routine checkups, early …

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