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April 11, 2014
Vol. 55 No. 21

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News: Service club sponsors students

There's a new organization
on campus, and it has arrived
just in time for this weekend's
SU SERVE.
People Serving People, or
PSP, is a new service-based
organization that aims to fundraise
for the Students Promoting
Leadership and A...

News: Work program creates dialogue

Julia Hearthway, Pennsylvania's secretary of Labor and Industry, discussed a new program called Job Gateway with Susquehanna staff on Thursday.
Hearthway said that this program will be a benefit to Pennsylvania residents because it is an online...

Living & Arts: Writer gets jazzed up

Jazz is often dismissed by younger generations unfairly, and as messenger of all things hip and musical, I am here to give it the credit it deserves.
Jazz music is defined by its free form and improvisational nature, criteria that encompasses a...

Forum: Chaplin's Corner

Think you can drink a lot of beer? Consider this: J. Wilson, craft brewing enthusiast, gave up food for Lent and subsisted only on beer (religion.blogs.cnn.com). If that sounds like a college student's dream, it turns out that the all-beer diet had...

Sports: Crusaders fall in Gophers' hole

The Susquehanna men's lacrosse team fell to Goucher on Saturday by a score of 13-7.
The loss ended a three-game win streak for Susquehanna and dropped the Crusaders' record to 6-6.
The game was also the first conference loss for the Crusaders, ...

Sports: Susquehanna remains unbeaten in LC games

The Susquehanna Crusaders softball team walked away with two wins after this weekend's double-header matchup against Elizabethtown. The Crusaders kept their Landmark Conference record perfect at 3-0 and continued a four game winning streak.
Junior...
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