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November 03, 2006
Vol. 48 No. 8

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News: Better Than Ezra to play concert

Better Than Ezra and Josh Kelley will perform in Weber Chapel Auditorium at 8 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 18. The concert is sponsored by the Student Activities Committee.
Tickets are available now at the Weber Chapel box office and cost $10 for students...

News: Board, students discuss diversity

The issue of diversity at Susquehanna was discussed by students, faculty, alumni and members of the Board of Trustees Sunday night.
The discussion, planned by Director of Multicultural Affairs Brian Johnson, centered on discussions of Ron ...

Living & Arts: Dinner to celebrate religion

On Saturday, Susquehanna will host the Fifth Annual Diwali Dinner.
Organized by the Indian community of Selinsgrove and the surrounding areas, the Diwali Dinner raises awareness of culture and Hinduism. Diwali, which is short for Deepavali, is the...

Forum: Writer predicts election

Anyone who knows that Dewey did not in fact defeat Truman in 1948 is aware of the limitations of newspapers and their lead times. In our 24-hour news cycle world of sound bites and computer graphics, the pressure is intense for the media to...

Sports: Soccer set for MAC championship

For the first time in program history, the Crusader men's soccer team advanced to the Commonwealth Conference championship game with a 1-0 downing of Widener at Leslie C. Quick Jr. Stadium Tuesday.
Senior forward Nate Snyder tallied the game's ...

Sports: Snader, Matta earn top five finishes

Twelve members from both the men's and women's cross country teams participated in the Middle Atlantic Conference Championships on Oct. 28 at DeSales.
The men's cross country team finished seventh out of 14 schools overall in the event....



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