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March 24, 2006
Vol. 47 No. 18

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News: Trax ready for Grand Opening

The lights were glittering, the faux red carpet was rolled out and for approximately 248 students, Trax was finally open.

On Saturday, March 18, Trax was open from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Food and beverages were available free of charge, and students...

News: Nagy nominated as new board of directors member

Sophomore Amanda Nagy was recently named a member of the board of directors by the Student Government Association. Her election will be ratified by the board in May.

According to Nagy, the board of directors is similar "to a school board in ...
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Living & Arts: Monologues performed

"The Vagina Monologues," Eve Ensler's hit play that has been captivating audiences throughout the nation, was performed at Susquehanna last weekend.

Proceeds from ticket sales went to Susquehanna Valley Women in Transition, an organization that...

Forum: Women to rule the world

Laura Bush has recently expressed her support for an American female presidential candidate, saying "I'm voting for the Republican woman."

According to CNN, Mrs. Bush has been heard on several occasions saying that the time is right for a ...

Sports: Women's lax drops two, wins one

After a relaxing, yet lacrosse-oriented spring break in Florida, the Susquehanna women's lacrosse team returned to campus prepared to take on the competition at hand: Dickinson, Montclair State and Widener -- all in the same week.

"Having three...

Sports: Softball splits games against Juniata

After its second loss this season, the Susquehanna softball team capitalized on sloppy Juniata defense to upend the Eagles 10-2.

On Saturday, March 18 they played a doubleheader that split down the middle against Juniata. In the first game,...


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