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“Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night”
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"Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night" at Koka Booth Amphitheatre Cary NC Aug 27, 2010

Play gives crash course in acting
Despite being one-third of the typical rehearsal time, 42 hours was all it took for a group of 20 students to pull off a production of “Taming of the Shrew.” Ray Paolino, University associate professor of theater and film studies, directed the performance as part of a Maymester Shakespeare class. Actors used the entire space […]
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Search for ‘God Particle’ Faces Major Setback
The quest for the elusive Higgs boson seemed over in April, when an unexpected result from an atom smasher seemed to herald the discovery of the famous particle — the last unproven piece of the physics puzzle and one of the great mysteries scientists face today.
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