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December 01, 2006
Vol. 48 No. 11

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News: Campus, community celebrate holidays

Several campus and community holiday traditions will take place Tuesday, including events such as the Christmas Candlelight Service and late-night shopping on Market Street.
Susquehanna's annual Christmas Candlelight Service will be held in Weber...

News: Groups offer students various holiday service opportunities

"I believe that volunteering in the community is at the heart of the holiday season," said junior David Echelmeier, extracurricular service scholar for the Office of Volunteer Programs.
"Volunteering is not only a great way to get involved and...

Living & Arts: Karate club kicks into gear

Susquehanna's Goju-Ryu Karate-Do Club will be accepting new members at the start of the spring semester.
The club, which meets three times a week, is an official member of the International Okinawan Goju-Ryu Karate-Do Federation.
The club was...

Forum: Holiday's greeting troubling

It's that time of year. Snowfall. Glowing lights on the houses. Presents wrapped with extra tape. Celebrations galore. That's right, it's Christmas time.
Errrr. I mean the holiday season.
I guess I need to work myself into this mode. As ...

Sports: Basketball places itself to a 3-1 record

Susquehanna men's basketball team suffered its first loss of the season to Elizabethtown on Wednesday in Common-wealth Conference action.
The Crusaders came out strong and led the game 20-9 in the opening minutes of the first quarter. ...

Sports: Men's basketball uses fast-paced offense in 2006-07

A new high-powered offense has gotten Susquehanna men's basketball off to a fast start this season.
After four games, the Susquehanna record is 3-1 thanks to a significant spike in offense.
Last year, the Crusaders put up only 66.9 points per ...





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