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November 10, 2006
Vol. 48 No. 9

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News: Degenstein bathroom vandalized

Drawings of swastikas, Stars of David, the letters KKK and multiple depictions of male genitalia were found in the men's bathroom in the lower level of the Degenstein Campus Center on the night of Thursday, Nov. 2.
Senior John Monahan reported ...

News: 520 people expected for Family Weekend

Susquehanna is expecting more than 520 family members to visit for this year's Family Weekend, according to Judy Newcomer, associate director of the Susquehanna University Fund. This year's Family Weekend activities have ex-panded to include an ...

Living & Arts: Comedy group to bring sketch show to campus

Based in New York City, comedy troupe Elephant Larry will perform at 1 p.m. Satur-day. The performance is part of the activities scheduled for Family Weekend.
The performance, which is sponsored by the Student Activities Committee, will take ...

Forum: Vandalism frustrating

Last year at this time, our campus was entrenched in a battle over discrimination. A few sporadic incidents had torn the campus in two.
After all of the debate, discussion, and controversy, the uproar slowly quieted down until it barely reached a...

Sports: Susquehanna loses in title game

History repeated itself as the Crusader's men's soccer team fell to Elizabethtown in the Com-monwealth Conference championship game by a score of 2-0.
Elizabethtown holds an all-time record of 49-0-1 against Susquehanna in men's soccer.
There ...

Sports: Undefeated Colonels take conference championship

A 35-7 win over Susquehanna allowed No. 12 Wilkes to take the Middle Atlantic Conference championship Saturday.
It is Wilkes' seventh conference championship and its first since 1993.
Junior def-ensive back Jeff Hauser said: "Wilkes is a good...



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