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February 16, 2007
Vol. 48 No. 15

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News: Third annual literature conference to be held

The Third Annual Under-graduate Literature and Writing Conference will be hosted by the Department of English and Creative Writing on Monday.
The conference is intended to give students from Susquehanna and other universities the opportunity to...

News: SGA approves Cabinet stipend

The Student Government Association voted to approve the Presidential Cabinet stipend at the SGA meeting on Monday.
Senior Zachary Rahn, SGA president cited several factors as proof that SGA's actions matter to the student body: coverage of the...

Living & Arts: Students direct one-act festival

The ninth annual student-directed One Act Play Festival, "On the Fringes," will be held this weekend in the Degenstein Theater. The performances began last night, but will be shown at 8 p.m. today and Saturday and at 2:30 p.m. Sunday.
The festival...

Forum: Service spirt still held high

We've heard it all before: America's youth is going down the toilet. Our generation has been desensitized to violence, they say.
We are not empathetic, they say. We don't care for our country or the world, they say. News programs are packed...

Sports: Men falter on road, drop behind Juniata

The Crusaders dropped a conference game at Juniata on Thursday night by a final score of 82-67.
The team's playoff fate will be determined this Saturday, when the Crusaders travel to Lebanon Valley for the final regular season game at 3...

Sports: Crusaders cling to playoff hopes

Senior forward Jen Clark hit two free throws with 15 seconds left to give the Crusaders a 62-57 win and keep their playoff hopes alive Thurs-day night.
Senior guard Sarah Jane Kalejta hit a key three-pointer with 2:28 to play to stop an Eagles run...



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