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March 20, 2015
Vol. 56 No. 18

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News: Tinker upholds free speech

"We are living in mighty
times," Mary Beth Tinker said.
"A lot like the times I was growing
up in."
Tinker, a free speech advocate,
may be more familiar
to students and faculty as one
of three minors who were part
of the landmark US S...

News: Vision Quest has a Tinker upholds free speech clear-cut objective

Have you ever shot a basketball
into a hoop, a hockey puck
into a net or a golf ball into a
hole? The answer is probably
yes. But now think about how
this experience would differ if
you had impaired vision.
Susquehanna community
members,...

Living & Arts: Seniors perform final solos

Kimmy Carney, piano, and
Jessica Brown, mezzo soprano,
performed pieces from Bach to
Gershwin during their senior recital
on March 16.
According to Carney, she performed
a traditional recital, which
featured the works of Johann...

Forum: Priest's Perspective

We just celebrated St. Patrick's Day this past Tuesday.
As an Irishman, it is one of my favorite days of the year.
My dad was crazy Irish. He used to dye his hair green, wear insane Irish getups and sing Irish songs for as long as anyone would...

Sports: Crusader softball beats Rangers in LC opener

The Crusader softball team
swept a pair of games with the
Drew Rangers on March 15.
Susquehanna improved its record
to 9-3 on the season.
The Crusaders won the first
game by a score of 7-2. Senior
pitcher Morgan Lewis started
the game and...

Sports: Hayle enters SU history

Anyone who has seen
Susquehanna junior sprinter
Kwane Hayle compete in
the 60 meter dash will tell
you it is an impressive sight.
On Dec. 6 Hayle smashed
the Susquehanna indoor
track record for the event,
shaving over two-tenths of ...
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