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November 17, 2006
Vol. 48 No. 10

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News: Longtime employees say farewell

While several familiar faces are leaving Susquehanna, numerous new faces have appeared to fill open staff positions.
Betsy Robertson, director of communications, has worked at Susquehanna for 17 years, and will be leaving on Jan. 5.
Robertson is...

News: Susquehanna guards identity

What is Susquehanna doing to protect your identity? Quite a bit, it turns out, and you might not be aware of it.
According to Mark Huber, director of the Office of Information Technology, the university has changed the way students are identified...

Living & Arts: Class updates French play

The French language division of the Modern Language Department performed original interpretations of the play "Katel Gollet" Monday in Isaacs Auditorium in Seibert Hall.
The performance marked the sixth annual production for the French 301 course,...

Forum: Racist acts reviewed

Swastikas on the toilet seat, the KKK on the bathroom stall. If it wasn't so abhorrent, it would almost be crudely poetic. I can't think of a better allegory for racial discourse on campus or the country.
Here we have the toilet, the most ...

Sports: Crusaders fall to Warriors, 28-14

Susquehanna's football team suffered a 28-14 loss in its last game of the season to Lycoming in Saturday's contest at Nicholas A. Lopardo Stadium.
The Crusaders final record for the season was 2-8 overall, and 2-7 in the Middle Atlantic ...

Sports: Transfers lead Crusaders

The 2006-07 men's basketball season will open this Friday with the Pepsi/Weis Markets Tip-Off Tournament in O.W. Houts Gym-nasium. The tournament will be the kick off of the men's last season in the Commonwealth Conference.
This season the...



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