HNC Home Page
News Business Arts & Life Sports Opinion Calendar Archive About Us
WHO LOVES YA, BABY!: James Putnam, center, indicates who rules in the WAC. Click the Arts&Life index for a link to photos of a triumph deluxe in Reno. / Photo by Patrick Oden

Today's word on journalism

March 17, 2009

Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 1863-2009

"Can Seattle's oldest newspaper be successfully transformed into a child of the information age? The Northwest is a land of big dreams. With the demise of the Soviet Union, one quipster noted that Puget Sound is now home to three empires still bent on global dominion: Microsoft, and Starbuck's. If the stars align properly and with a quality product, Seattle will show the way to a new model for journalism of the written word."

--Joel Connelly, columnist, in today's final print edition of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Speak up! Comment on the WORD at


Feedback and suggestions--printable and otherwise--always welcome. "There are no false opinions."

Actors from the London Stage at Utah State University

February 13, 2009 | Actors from the London Stage will appear on the USU campus Feb 18, 20-21, in the Morgan Theatre of the Chase Fine Arts Center at 7:30 p.m. The award-winning Actors from the London Stage (AFTLS) will perform Shakespeare’s "Much Ado About Nothing" Feb 18, 20-21, at 7:30 p.m. in the Morgan Theatre of the Chase Fine Arts Center on the Utah State University campus.

Actors from the London Stage is based in London and presented on campuses throughout the United States by Shakespeare at Notre Dame. AFTLS sends a new, self-directed ensemble of five professional actors to the United States twice a year to perform at universities. AFTLS members hail from such prestigious theater companies as the Royal Shakespeare Company, the National Theatre of Great Britain and Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, and have called Notre Dame its American home since 2000.

Tickets are $15 and are available by calling the Caine School of the Arts Box Office at 435-797-8022 or visiting the box office online. The company’s performance and residency on campus are presented by the Department of Theatre Arts through the Caine School of the Arts and by a grant from the Marie Eccles Caine Foundation.



Copyright 1997-2009 Utah State University Department of Journalism & Communication, Logan UT 84322, (435) 797-3292
Best viewed 800 x 600.