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October 20, 2006
Vol. 48 No. 6

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News: Winger to fill dean position

Philip E. Winger, former executive assistant to the president, has been named as the temporary replacement for former dean of student life Tracy Tyree.
Winger said that, as executive assistant to the president, he was primarily a presidential...

News: Students attend retreat

Five students and Brian Johnson, director of multicultural affairs and special assistant to the president, represented Susquehanna at the Central Pennsylvania Association of Liasons and Officers of Multicul-tural Affairs Intercampus social justice...

Living & Arts: Action Days attract students

This year, Susquehanna marks the 20th anniversary of Action Days, a program designed to get high school juniors and seniors interested in college.
Action Days, formally named In-Action Days, provide an opportunity for high school students to visit...

Forum: Golf cart free ride to luxury

I'll set the scene for you, even though you live it every day.
You just got out of class and are shuffling your feet across the campus to one of many exciting and glamorous destinations: dorm rooms, the caf or, if you're lucky, another class. ...

Sports: No. 2 Messiah ambushes soccer

Susquehanna was shut out 5-0 to No. 2 Messiah Thursday.
The Crusaders now stand in third place in the conference with a record of 4-2.
Susquehanna 1, Albright 0
The Susquehanna men's soccer team defeated Albright in a 1-0 shutout on Saturday,...

Sports: Widener takes 'Pride' out of Crusaders

Led by touchdown runs of 25 and 28 yards by Khalee Prothro, Widener defeated the Crusaders in Middle Atlantic Confer-ence football action Saturday 31-14, extending the Crusaders' losing streak to three games.
Prothro ran for a career-high 210 ...



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