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March 30, 2007
Vol. 48 No. 19

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News: SICK seminar discusses HIV, AIDS

The HIV and AIDS epidemic has been a major problem in society worldwide for the past three decades.
Ananya Mukherjea, from the City University of New York, Staten Island came to Susquehanna on Monday to discuss the AIDS virus in society during...

News: Former governor to address seniors

Jeanne Shaheen, the first female governor of New Hampshire, has been chosen to deliver this year's commencement address, keeping with the university's theme for the year, "On the Fringes: What Fades, What Flourishes."
President L. Jay Lemons said...

Living & Arts: Festival to celebrate culture

Curious about a culture other than your own? Would you like to see how other cultures express themselves through dance and performance?
The Asian Student Coalition is holding a cultural festival open to both the Susquehanna and Selinsgrove...

Forum: College is more than partying

This past weekend, my girlfriend came out to see me (or see the Goo Goo Dolls, I'm not sure), and we drove to Bucknell University early and waited in line for an hour and a half, the misty air blowing in our faces, the cold weather turning my body...

Sports: Lacrosse whips hapless Colonels

Eleven Susquehanna women's lacrosse players scored Thursday in a 24-2 victory over Wilkes. The Crusaders outshot the Colonels 44-4, setting a school record.
Susquehanna 11, Widener 6
The women's lacrosse team notched its second-straight win in a...

Sports: Crusaders take pride in sweep

The rain didn't hinder Susquehanna's softball team as it extended its win streak to seven games, after taking both games of its doubleheader at Widener on Sunday.
The Crusaders won the first game 6-0, led by senior Kelly McHale's pitching. The...



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