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October 27, 2006
Vol. 48 No. 7

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News: Programs aid victims of assault

"The most important thing in a sexual assault case is time; it's so critical," District Attorney Mike Sholley said Monday night.
Sholley was one of three guest speakers who participated in the Forensic Nurse Talk at Susquehanna. Jayme Hile, an...

News: Director of institutional research named

Kathy Owens began as the interim director of institutional research and special projects in the Office of the Provost on Monday, Oct. 23. Both Owens and the position are new to Susquehanna.
Owens was found in a search for applicants to fill the...

Living & Arts: Symposium continues culture celebration

The 12th Annual Latino Symposium kicked off its events Wednesday, a series of activities that will continue today.
The symposium is sponsored by the Department of Modern Languages, the School of Arts, Humanities, and Communi-cations and the...

Forum: Activist work uneasy

My mother always warned me against idealism. All grassroots organizations accomplish, she says, is creating their own pocket of poverty by filling the welfare rolls with suburban kids with lofty ideals and useless degrees. The poor can only be...

Sports: Football defeats defending champ

The Susquehanna football team upset No. 23 Delaware Valley 17-10 in Sat-urday's game at James Work Mem-orial Stadium.
The win marked the first time the Crusaders have defeated a nationally-ranked team since the victory over Lycoming in...

Sports: DeSales ties Susquehanna Thursday

In a battle between Freedom and Commonwealth playoff-bound teams, DeSales played Susquehanna to a 1-1 stalemate Thursday night. The Crusaders scored with less than six minutes to put the game into overtime.
Susquehanna 1, Misericordia 0



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