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September 12, 2014
Vol. 56 No. 2

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News: Policy changes guide students toward responsible partying

When Susquehanna did not allow any new students to live off-campus last year, many students were up in arms.
Some students argued that living off-campus provided them with a sense of independence and the opportunity to be more social. The worry ...

News: New faces appear on SU campus

New faces have filled a wide variety of positions in Susquehanna's Student Life departments this semester.
Lisa Scott, vice president of student engagement and success, elaborated on a majority of these varying changes.
"We now have Kathy ...

Living & Arts: Writer celebrates emo

In the spirit of Fall Out Boy's latest release, "Ceremonies," I've decided to share my two cents about emo music and its revival, or renaissance, to be more precise.
We've all been in 8th grade. We all know every song from "The Black Parade," and...

Forum: Writer adjusts to studying in Berlin

Hi everyone! My name is Leah Leahy, and I am a junior currently studying abroad in Berlin, Germany, with Bethany Slear and Chris Sinunu. The three of us are all double majors at Susquehanna, with one of them being German. We are studying at a...

Sports: Men's soccer sees mixed results in recent games

The men's soccer team beat
New Jersey City 1-0 in overtime
on Sept. 6. The Crusaders' extra
time heroics pushed them to 2-1-
1 for the season.
This is starting to become
a theme for the team, which is
now 3-0 in games that go into an
extra...

Sports: Crusaders take tournament

It was a successful week for
the Susquehanna volleyball
team, who won five straight
matches on home court to
boost their record to 8-1.
The Crusaders began their
winning streak with a tournament
title at the Ninth Annual
Hampton Inn ...
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