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September 29, 2006
Vol. 48 No. 3

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News: More off-campus citations issued

Arrests and citations off campus have increased nearly 728.5 percent since the beginning of the 2006 fall semester, according to Selinsgrove Chief of Police Thomas Garlock.
There have been 58 arrests and citations on the weekends so far this...

News: Adams Center hires new director

Alan Sobel is settling into a new job. It's not just a new job for him - it's a new job for Susquehanna. Sobel was recently appointed director of the Arlin M. Adams Center for Law and Society.
The Adams Center was established in 2001 in honor of...

Living & Arts: Students embrace British lifestyle

Traveling can open up a world of new experiences, and Susquehanna students have been given this opportunity while studying abroad in England during the fall 2006 semester.
The students are participating in programs supported by the Institute for...

Forum: University lacks spirit, enthusiasm

Hundreds of extra faces will be seen around campus this weekend as Susquehanna celebrates Homecoming and Alumni weekend. Hours of work, thousands of dollars and hundreds of people have spent months of planning to organize a celebration unlike any...

Sports: Crusaders' playoff chances dim with loss

The Susquehanna women's tennis team was coming off of a strong 8-1 victory over Albright on Sept. 20 and coach Bob Jordan's team was looking to keep its playoff hopes alive in its next two matches.
On Tuesday, the Crusaders fought valiantly in a...

Sports: Elsenbaumer nips Eagles in soccer

The Susquehanna men's soccer team ended a three-game losing streak Tuesday with a 1-0 defeat of conference-foe Juniata.
Freshman defender Kyle Elsenbaumer scored his first career goal in the 42nd minute. Sophomore defender Mark Richter crossed the...



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