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April 21, 2006
Vol. 47 No. 21

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News: Day devoted to community

Students, faculty and staff will participate in the second Annual SU GIVE Spring Service Day on Saturday. SU GIVE stands for Susquehanna University Get Into Volunteer Experiences.

SU GIVE is a campus-wide event that aims to give back to the...

News: Results of Task Force discussed in forum

President L. Jay Lemons and Student Government Association President junior Timothy Barnes spoke with students, faculty and staff about diversity on campus on Wednesday, April 19.

They created a forum to stimulate conversation on diversity and...
Remembering Mama

Living & Arts: Actors "Remember Mama" in Spring show

The spring production of the Department of Communications and Theatre Arts, "I Remember Mama," opened last night.

The play will be performed in the Degenstein Theater at 8 p.m. today through Sunday, April 23.

Admission is free for...

Forum: Seniors face hard road

As of May 14, I will possess an undergraduate degree, and more than 400 other seniors of Susque-hanna's 2006 graduating class will be able to say the same. While some of us may be hauling our things into a new apartment and beginning a new job,...
Eying the pitch

Sports: Softball sweeps Lycoming

The Susquehanna women's softball team came from behind twice Wednesday to sweep a nonconference doubleheader against Lycoming with scores of 5-4 and 6-5.

In the first game, the Crusaders rallied with three runs in the bottom of the seventh ...
Surpassing Defense

Sports: Women's lax encounters trouble with conference games

After breezing through its nonconference schedule, expectations were that the women's lacrosse team be in contention for a Middle Athletic Conference championship.

However, two losses to conference opponents in the past week leave Susquehanna...


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