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January 26, 2006
Vol. 48 No. 12

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News: Campus memorial honors Padre's life, contributions

Susquehanna faculty, staff and students gathered in Weber Chapel Auditorium on Tuesday, Jan. 23 to remember the Rev. E. Raymond Shaheen, Susque-hanna alumnus and special assistant to the president.
Shaheen, referred to as "Padre," by the...

News: Service celebrates Dr. King's dreams

"Here, at this time, the alarm clock is ringing, and it is time for us to wake up," said Brian Johnson, director of multicultural affairs and special assistant to the president, during Susquehanna's Winter Convocation.
The Winter Convocation, a...

Living & Arts: One moral sung three ways

The members of the Susquehanna and Selinsgrove communities were able to experience the creative works of Mark Twain, Frank R. Stockton and Jules Feiffer in the musical "The Apple Tree" last weekend.
The musical was presented by the student...

Forum: Professors strike fear in student

I'm not easily scared. Sure, I get nervous from time to time, but all out terrified??Not so much. A frightening movie or story? Maybe you, but not me. Fear of death? Bring it on. Worried that someone might be lurking in the shadows as I walk down...

Sports: Women's basketball drops close game

Two foul shots hit with 12 seconds remaining in the game gave Albright the 51-50 victory over the Susquehanna women's basketball team Wednesday night.
The Crusaders traded the lead during the first half with the Lions until a 10-1 run by...

Sports: Men's swimming records win in home finale

The men's swimming team prevailed over Albright during the Crusaders' last home meet of the season with a score of 109-96, bringing its record to 5-1 in the Middle Atlantic Conference.
The final event was what determined the win for Susquehanna...



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