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April 10, 2015
Vol. 56 No. 20

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News: Swartz brings skills, planning experience

A number of new people have begun to appear on Susquehanna's campus this semester. Michelle Swartz, Residence Life's new project manager, is among these new members of the Susquehanna family. She was hired to work as the project manager in Student...

News: Selma continues to have impact

With one arm outstretched, the other holding onto the microphone, Sheyann Webb-Christburg sat upright in the padded armchair on Stretansky Concert Hall's stage and looked out into the audience as she spoke. For almost an hour, the author and...

Living & Arts: Food and films for thought

This is the week after Easter/Passover break, and I am happy to be eating beef, pork and chicken again. Well, now that you are reminiscing about food, that's what I want to focus on: films and food. Believe it or not, there is a connection, though...

Forum: Priest's Perspective

In past weeks, this community has lost a couple of dear members.
Bob Ginader was the director of food service. Amy Winans was an assistant professor of English literature.
Both were beloved members of this community. Both died far too soon.
Both...

Sports: Senior leading the way for lacrosse in '15

In its quest for a third consecutive
Landmark Conference
title, the Susquehanna men's
lacrosse team has relied heavily
on senior attacker Phil Lapone
in 2015.
Lapone, a native of Essex
Falls, New Jersey, is known
by his teammates as a ...

Sports: Crusaders top Catholic for fourth straight win

The softball team had a
successful trip down to Washington,
D.C., with an April
4 doubleheader sweep of the
Catholic Cardinals.
With the wins, the Crusaders
remain undefeated in conference
play so far this season at
6-0. Susquehanna won ...
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