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October 24, 2014
Vol. 56 No. 7

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BY ADAM BOURGAULT,STAFF WRITER

Printing at Susquehanna is about to change in a big way. The free and unlimited printing that students have taken for granted is about to switch over to a monetary system.
Director of Information Technology Mark...

News: IT to implement new printing policy Nov. 1

Printing at Susquehanna is about to change in a big way. The free and unlimited printing that students have taken for granted is about to switch over to a monetary system.
Director of Information Technology Mark Huber gave details on the changes....

Living & Arts: Writer talks music in TV

"I was an angel, living in the garden of evil, screwed up, scared, doing anything that I needed." These Lana Del Rey lyrics from "Gods & Monsters" can be heard with a perfectly repurposed context in the FX series "American Horror Story: Freak ...

Forum: Student braves cell phone theft

This past week has definitely been exciting. First, we have just finished our first eight-week intensive session; the halfway mark has been achieved.
It is finally fall in Berlin. All of the trees have started to change to beautiful colors, but I...

Sports: Playoff hopes still alive after big win

The Crusaders' defense was a force to be reckoned with, as the Susquehanna women's soccer team played Moravian to a 0-0 draw in a conference game on Oct. 18.
The shutout is Susquehanna's third of the season, advancing the team's overall record to...

Sports: SU remains hot, heads to playoffs

The Susquehanna volleyball team won all four matches it played this week, dropping just one set. The latest win, which came on Oct. 22 against Penn College in the team's senior game, pushed the Crusaders' win streak to 12 consecutive matches.
The...
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