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September 19, 2014
Vol. 56 No. 3

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News: Campus fights sexual misconduct

Susquehanna is making a public point to focus on Title IX this year. Title IX is a federal law that prohibits sex-based discrimination in education, which includes, but is not limited to, sexual harassment and sexual assault. A panel about Title IX...

News: Historical climate change march attracts SU student interest

On Sunday, Sept. 21, more than 30 Susquehanna students will be traveling to New York
City to take part in the People's Climate March. According to the event's official website, this will be the "largest climate march in history." The event...

Living & Arts: Writer talks U2 album

Imagine waking up one morning to find that everything you have come to know was a lie. Existence has shifted. The workforce is no more. Food, water and shelter have become scarce. This was basically the experience for Apple iPhone users, who woke ...

Forum: Chaplain's Corner

This Sunday, Sept. 21, I wish I could clone myself. It's the day I'm being installed as Chaplain to the university. It's a pretty funny word, installed --as if I'm a refrigerator keeping your pony keg cold. No, I'm not a large appliance, but a...

Sports: Perfect week pushes field hockey streak to four

With a 6-0 win over Marywood on Sept. 17, the Susquehanna field hockey team pushed its recent win streak to four games.
The shutout win came in the same week as a 3-2 overtime win against King's and a come-from-behind 2-1 victory over Wilkes.

Sports: Crusaders fall short in upset bid against Blue Jays

A late fumble cost the Susquehanna football team a chance to upend 13th ranked Johns Hopkins on Sept. 13. The Crusaders hung in with the defending conference champions all game, falling 27-20 in the end.
The Crusaders had an opportunity to tie the...
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