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Kate Smith spent 3 1/2 years creating her production, “One Woman Hamlet.”

Review: ‘One Woman Hamlet’: ‘To be, or not to be’ aware of mental health issues

February 12, 2020

At any other event where the walls were decorated with taxidermied fish and a disco ball dangled from the rafters, patrons may be distracted from the main event. But at Kate Smith’s “One Woman Ham...

Social networks ripe for exploitation by stalkers, thieves

By Luke Wilusz

April 11, 2011

As social media and online interaction continue to be a growing part of many people’s lives, privacy becomes a more prominent concern. Despite the rampant complaints about Facebook’s latest privacy policy changes or the increasing threat of online identity theft and credit card fraud, people continue to post private information where anybody can access it with a little digging.Personal information, like full names, phone ...

Two serious men

By The Columbia Chronicle

March 29, 2010

by: Louise Love, vice president of Academic Affairs“There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.”Hamlet tells his trusted friend, Horatio, that philosophy is not sufficient to explain the world around them. There are more things in heaven and earth than reason can comprehend. The unfortunate Hamlet has seen a ghost—seemingly the ghost of his father—and the grieving Hamle...

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