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March 16, 2007
Vol. 48 No. 17

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News: Early tests show no contamination

The Department of Environmental Protection is testing soil, groundwater and air both on and off campus following several articles in The Patriot-News, of Harrisburg, last week about a possible correlation between several cancer cases in alumni and...

News: Housing changes set for next year

In addition to previously planned housing changes for the 2007-08 academic year, recent health issues have prompted the Office of Residence Life to extend other housing options to students who were already planning to live off-campus.
According to...

Living & Arts: Spring break tour spreads music to others

Spring break was a successful showcase of musical talent, as more than 100 students in Susquehanna's choir, band and orchestra traveled through the Northeast to perform for a variety of audiences.
The University Choir sang at several churches i...

Forum: Break no longer excites

Spring break has come and gone. It went by so fast, but doesn't it always?
I always come back from a spring vacation feeling as if I should have done something more with my time, something grand and exciting.
Maybe something noteworthy. ...

Sports: Comeback halted in first loss of season

The women's lacrosse team suffered its first loss of the season at home on Wednesday night, falling to Catholic 15-10.
Junior attacker Mary Minuni led the Crusaders with four goals in the loss. Junior midfielder Rachel Devilbiss had three goals of...

Sports: Softball wins seven on trip

In between hopping from MGM-Disney Studios to the Magic Kingdom, the softball team found time to compete in a season-opening trip at the Disney Wide World of Sports Complex.
According to senior catcher Kerri Brugger, the teams in attendance range...



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