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January 23, 2015
Vol. 56 No. 12

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News: Berry recounts life of MLK, encourages activism

As she entered the stage
with President L. Jay Lemons
to address students during
the school's Martin Luther
King Jr. Day Convocation on
Jan. 19, it was impossible not
to notice the small stature of
Mary Frances Berry.
As she began to speak,...

News: Speaker cites market myths

Former White House adviser
and economics scholar David
Henderson gave a lecture titled
"Seven Myths About The Free
Market" on Jan. 21 in Isaacs Auditorium,
located in Seibert Hall.
Henderson has a lengthy résumé.
Most notably,...

Living & Arts:

Gary Fincke, professor of
English, read excerpts from
"Vanishings," his newest memoir,
at a book launch on Jan. 22
in Isaacs Auditorium located in
Seibert Hall, followed by a short
Q&A. The book's official release
date was Jan. 20 and is...

Forum: Writer reacts to rape culture

Over the weekend, I learned that a young woman I know was sexually assaulted. This made me angry, confused, sad and sick to my stomach. I did some research. According to the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN), one in six American women...

Sports: Recent rule change signifies disturbing trend in MLB

A lot happened in the world of sports while we were away from campus. College football crowned a new national champion, and the National Football League is just over a week away from crowning its next champion. In other sports, playoff races are...

Sports: Crusaders break in new track

The Susquehanna track and field team unveiled their new indoor track with a solid team performance, highlighted by several standout performances.
Head Coach Marty Owens was impressed with his team's performance coming off of the break. He said:...
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