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February 17, 2006
Vol. 47 No. 15

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News: Tuition to increase next academic year

Susquehanna's tuition will increase by 5.25 percent for the 2006-07 academic year, Mike Coyne, vice president of finance and treasury, said.

Coyne said the current cost of education at Susquehanna is $33,465. For the 2006-07 academic year ...

News: Einstein morals are lecture topic

Albert Einstein may be best known as the genius with the eccentric hair and the man who devised, among other things, the highly acclaimed Theory of Relativity.

Though accurate, this image fails to include Einstein's high level of involvement in...

Living & Arts: Cafeteria offers premium food

cently, Susquehanna students were offered a taste of lobster tail in Evert Dining Hall. For $7 plus the cost of a meal, students received a lobster tail, broccoli and a serving of saffron risotto.

Lobster night was part of ARAMARK's new premium...

Forum: Dieting gets evaluated

Diets suck. As soon as the hearty holidays pass, there are strategic advertisements that invade my Oprah time, telling me to stick with my New Year's resolution and join the rest of America in dieting. I confess, I am guilty of always being on a...

Sports: Swimmers break records at MACs

The swim team's season came to a close last weekend with several historic performances at the Middle Atlantic Conference championships.

After three days of competition the men's team finished fifth overall while the women finished ...

Sports: Crusaders end skid with Juniata win

The best feeling in sports besides winning a championship is being in a tight playoff race. Every game, every minute, every shot could be the difference between one more game and the end of a season.

The Crusader women's basketball team kept...


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