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February 09, 2007
Vol. 48 No. 14

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News: Derk, Viker announce local campaigns

Two members of the Susquehanna faculty and staff have announced their intent to run for local office in the Nov. 6 election.
Erik Viker, assistant professor of theatre and technical director, is running for council member of the Selinsgrove...

News: SGA proposes Presidental Cabinet stipend

The Student Government Association decided to postpone the vote on the Presidential Cabinet stipend at the SGA meeting on Monday, due to concerns and debate surrounding the issue.
The cabinet has proposed an amendment to the constitution that...

Living & Arts: Student sets up film screening

Living with the fear of being kidnapped in the middle of the night seems unimaginable to American students.
But for 40,000 children in Uganda, such a fear is a reality.
Known as "night commuters," these children are featured in the documentary...

Forum: Writer warnds of holiday

Ahh, Valentine's Day! That special time of year when we can tell that special someone how we feel through candies and flowers and grand romantic gestures. Sure, it takes quite a bit of imagination and a few bucks, but worry not. For the gentlemen, ...

Sports: Defensive effort not enough in latest loss

The Susquehanna women's basketball team held a one-point halftime lead in a defensive battle against No. 1 Messiah on Wednesday but was out-scored 34-21 in the second half, losing 52-40 in the Commonwealth Conference matchup.
Both teams suffered...

Sports: Crusaders can still finish fourth and make the playoffs

In a season where it can finish .500 at best in Commonwealth Conference play, the women's basketball team is still very much alive in the playoffs and controls its own destiny against three other teams.
Though finishing as the No. 1 or No. 2 seed...



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