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February 23, 2007
Vol. 48 No. 16

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News: Students lose house, belongings to fire

Fire alarms and a roommate's screams awoke four Susquehanna students when a wood-burning stove caught their house on fire around 5 a.m. Sunday.
The fire took place at the residence of seniors Scott Nagy, Ryan Rispoli, Kevin Long and Kelsey Kiefer...

News: Tuition to rise for 2007-08 school year

Tuition, room and board rates will be raised approximately $2,100 for the 2007-2008 school year, the Board of Trustees decided during their meetings on Feb. 18 and 19.
The total cost for the Susquehanna 2007-2008 school year will be $37,330, an...

Living & Arts: Monologues to inspire, educate Susquehanna

"Half the people in the world have vaginas, and they all have different experiences with them," said junior Meredith Blankinship, co-project manager of WomenSpeak, describing tonight's performance of "The Vagina Monologues."
"Some are good...

Forum: Stipend has good motives

It is really nice to know that our Student Government Association members are getting a taste of what true politics are like. On that same note, I am glad to hear people speaking up about the issue at hand and glad to see finger pointing (because,...

Sports: Women fall to top-seeded Messiah

The Susquehanna's women's basketball season came to an end on Wednesday with a 59-32 loss to Messiah.
The loss came in the semifinals of the Commonwealth Conference tournament, in which Messiah was the No. 1-seeded team.
"It's a disappointing way...

Sports: Men end season with semi-finals loss

The Susquehanna men's basketball team did not advance to the Commonwealth Conference championship game, losing to Juniata by a score of 76-64 in the semifinal game on Wednesday at the Memorial Gymnasium in Huntingdon.
The Crusaders came out ...



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