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January 30, 2015
Vol. 56 No. 13

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News: Protest recognizes injustice

Participants laid down and pretended to be dead in Mellon Lounge on Jan. 23 as part of the die-in protest.
The protest echoed the nature of a sit-in, the form of protest historically used during the Civil Rights Movement. The reason for the die-in...

News: SGA undergoes leadership changes

Susquehanna's Student Government Association has recently undergone some considerable changes.
Former SGA president and senior Thomas Natalini resigned from his position on Jan. 26, leaving then-vice president and senior Madison Clark to take on...

Living & Arts: Faculty musicians perform

The Susquehanna music department held its first faculty recital of the spring semester on Jan. 28 in Stretansky Concert Hall, featuring Associate Professor of Music Jennifer Sacher Wiley on violin and Lecturer in Music Ilya Blinov on piano.
The...

Forum: Priest's Perspective

Two weeks ago was the annual Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg. I had not been to it in a few years, so I decided to go.
Now, I have never been a farmer. I have never tried to raise a chicken, a goat, a rabbit or any other farm animal. I have...

Sports: SU riders earn blue ribbons at NJ show

Carpool the 30 minutes
to Summer Breeze Stables
in Milton, tack up, ride for
an hour, untack and carpool
the 30 minutes back to campus
hoping you don't hit
traffic and are late for class.
Twenty-four Susquehanna
students, including...

Sports: Hedley key to SU success

On Jan. 28 Susquehanna
junior guard Brandon Hedley
made history, becoming the
33rd player in program history
to score 1,000 career points.
The milestone came during
the Crusaders 82-65 home loss
to Landmark Conference rival
Catholic. Hedley...
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