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February 24, 2006
Vol. 47 No. 16

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News: West Hall to be renovated

An elevator, new fire alarm system, new furniture, as well as new heating and air conditioning systems are among the plans for the summer renovation of West Hall, according to David Henry, director of facilities management.

The dormitory,...

News: SGA to weigh reading program

The Student Government Association is in the process of formally considering taking part in USA Today's Collegiate Readership Program as early as next year.

The program, which is being proposed to the executive board of SGA Monday, Feb. 27,...

Living & Arts: Curtain opens on one acts

If you are looking for something new this weekend, the student-directed One Act Play Festival is currently taking place at Susquehanna.

The festival consists of a collection of five unique one-act plays, which were all written by the...

Forum: Misbehavior is ignored

Recently, The Daily Item showcased some of Susquehanna's greatest achievements in an article titled, "Long night of parties and fights keep police hopping." These prime examples of drunken debauchery are in close conjunction with a few other ...

Sports: Crusaders fall in semis

Susquehanna defeated Lebanon Valley to clinch its first Commonwealth Conference playoff berth, before falling to No. 9 Messiah.

Messiah ended the first half with a 23-3 run and rolled to a 56-37 victory over the Susquehanna women's basketball...

Sports: LVC upends playoff hopes

Going into the last game of the season, the men's basketball team wanted to add one more win to its belt. However, the team was shut down on this attempt as the Flying Dutchmen prevailed 63-53 last Saturday afternoon.

It dropped them out of the...


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