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November 21, 2014
Vol. 56 No. 11

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News: Panel talks media, body image

A presentation titled "Skinny
Bitches and Meatheads" was held
on Nov. 17 as a part of the SAFER
initiative's monthly theme series.
SAFER, or Susquehanna Advocates
for Educated Responsibility,
is an initiative that looks
to combat...

News: Institute's anniversary brings education event

The Institute for Lifelong
Learning allows the outside
community into Susquehanna
for various educational
events, as well as a discussion
over a meal.
According to Vice President
Chief of Staff Phil Winger:
"[The Institute] tries to...

Living & Arts: 'Journée de la Francophonie' returns to campus

Journée de la Francophonie was held for the second year in a row to celebrate the cultures of the French-speaking countries around the world.
The event, held on Nov. 17, included different activities, such as cultural games.
Senior Alicia Sornson...

Forum: Chaplain's Corner

This time of year, it's kind of a cliché to "count your blessings."
It may sound trite, but I can't encourage you enough in this. Gratitude can transform your life.
It's the easiest thing in the world to go through our days lost in a sort of...

Sports: Crusaders fall short against Gettysburg

Susquehanna's women's basketball
team opened its season
by splitting two games in the Jim
Crawley Tournament at Frostburg
State on Nov. 15 and 16.
The team lost a 59-58 nailbiter
to Gettysburg in the season
opener, but claimed a 55-49...

Sports: SU opens season with W

The Susquehanna men's
basketball team opened its
season with a 91-71 victory
at home against Lycoming on
Nov. 18.
Head Coach Frank Marcinek
was excited for the start
of the basketball season.
"It feels great to be playing
again. That's ...
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