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September 26, 2014
Vol. 56 No. 4

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News: Language offers perspective

Anyone walking past Degenstein Patio on Sept. 23 could hear traditional music and were likely beckoned to join in the dancing. Men in white thawbs and ghutras, arms linked in step, smiled. It was Saudi Arabia's Independence Day and a new population...

News: Flying contraption films at new levels

An octocopter -- a type of multi-rotor drone carrying a camera -- took aerial video footage of Susquehanna on Sept. 20 and Sept. 21. The aircraft took sweeping shots during 12 scheduled flights all over campus.
Paul Novack, director of web...

Living & Arts: Writer picks fall tunes

The leaves are changing color. My uncle keeps inviting me over to his house to watch football with him. The girl I have a crush on finally started texting me back. Fall has arrived, and I am here to share some great music to help bring in the...

Forum: Writer reflects on happiness

Have you ever made a list of the happiest times of your life? Are they fleeting moments or stretches of time? Do they have a common theme? Is it a person, an activity or a creative process?
These are some of the questions that I've been asking...

Sports: Crusaders tame Lions in '14 home opener

The men's rugby team defeated
Albright 59-5 in its first match
of the season, despite earning
eight penalties to Albright's three.
For the past month, the men
have been practicing to work
cohesively as a collective group,
and it showed on ...

Sports: Crusaders falter late in heartbreak loss to Red Devils

The Susquehanna football
team blew a 21-0 second quarter
lead on Sept. 20, falling to the
Dickinson Red Devils 29-28.
Head Coach Steve Briggs
placed the responsibility for the
loss on the entire team, including
the coaching staff.
"We've ...
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