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October 06, 2006
Vol. 48 No. 5

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News: Campaign launched, aims to raise $70M

Susquehanna administrators announced a campaign during Saturday's Home-coming football game to raise $70 million within the next several years.
President L. Jay Lemons announced that the campaign will raise money for various projects, including...

News: 'Non-crime' stats tallied by report

Freshman Marcus Burke said he overheard a fellow Smith Hall resident say, "keep the white power flowing," early in the morning on Saturday, Sept. 30.
Upon confrontation, Burke's fellow resident told him to relax and said that his comment was just ...

Living & Arts: MTV reality star set to host band battle

This weekend, Susquehanna is offering students the chance to listen to live music and see a well-known reality television star, all free of charge.
Susquehanna's annual Battle of the Bands will be held in Trax at 9 p.m. Saturday.
The event is...

Forum: Students should know Alma Mater

"...Of Susquehanna now we sing, let Susquehanna's praises ring, loyal to her by night and by noon, we'll raise the orange and maroon..."

This weekend, as part of the Pre-Game Spectacular, I escorted a 1943 graduate. We were getting...

Sports: Football drops Homecoming game

The Susquehanna football team lost its Homecoming game 14-3 to King's on Saturday.
The Crusaders converted on one-of-four red zone opportunities, two-of-14 on third down conversions and two-of-six on fourth downs..
Freshman running back Dave...

Sports: Soccer takes York into OT

The Susquehanna men's soccer team suffered a 2-1 overtime loss at No. 3 York in a nonconference match up on Wednesday.
Chris Ports scored the game-winner for York with 2:36 left in the first overtime period off an assist from Ryan Eaton. The...



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