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February 02, 2007
Vol. 48 No. 13

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News: Service trip broadens horizons

Eighteen Susquehanna students and three staff members traveled to Costa Rica and Nicaragua for the eighth Susquehanna University Central American Service Adventure (SU CASA) from Dec. 30 to Jan. 13. The trip, sponsored by the Office of the ...

News: London incident leads to inquiry

Reports of vandalism, drunkenness, noise and rowdy behavior against members of last fall's Sigmund Weis School of Business London Program reached school officials in late October.
Included in those allegations, according to Tom Rambo, associate...

Living & Arts: Exhibit draws music lovers

Last Saturday, the Lore A. Degenstein Gallery hosted its first gallery opening of the semester.
The new exhibit, titled "Pull: Contemporary Music Posters," will be on display until Friday, March 10.
The exhibit opened at 7 p.m. with a lecture by...

Forum: Odor needs to be controlled

Eww, what stinks? You may be wondering that question at this very moment, especially if you're reading this while eating in the cafeteria. This particular unpleasantness to the nose is most notably foul when you sit on the left side, but...

Sports: Men's basketball falls to E-Town

With a chance to move into a tie for second place in the Commonwealth Conference playoff chase, the Susquehanna men's basketball team was upset by Elizabethtown 84-74 Wednesday night in the O.W. Houts Gymnasium.
The Crusaders were led by sophomore...

Sports: Swimming teams both lose meet to Widener

The men's and women's swimming teams both fell at Widener on Saturday.
The men's team came up short with a final score of 114-74, dropping it to 5-2 in the Middle Atlantic Conference and 5-4 overall.
There were a few bright spots for the men....



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