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April 13, 2007
Vol. 48 No. 20

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News: Baseball strikeouts, runs bring awareness

A local family affected by lung cancer will help the Susquehanna baseball team "strike out" smoking this season.
The program, "SU Strikes out Tobacco," aims to raise funds for the Health Center in support of anti-smoking programs and for the...

News: University aims to reduce waste

University aims to reduce waste
Imagine what it would be like to watch 24,541, 15-gallon kegs of beer being rinsed down the drain or 497,425 McDonald's Quarter Pounders being tossed in the dumpster outside Degenstein Campus Center.
These figures...

Living & Arts: Dance Corps to showcase smooth moves

After a full year of preparation and countless hours of practice, including a week of long, intensive rehearsals, the SU Dance Corps (SUDC) will present its showcase at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday in Weber Chapel Auditorium.
The showcase...

Sports: Lacrosse comeback against Blue Jays for naught

The men's lacrosse team forced Elizabethtown into overtime on Wednesday, but a fourth goal by the Blue Jays' Aaron Weber with 3:10 left in overtime ended the game.
Going into the fourth quarter, the Crusaders were down 8-5 with just under ten...

Sports: Softball splits doubleheader with Juniata

The Susquehanna softball team posted a 2-4 record over the past two weeks in three doubleheaders.
Juniata held Susquehanna to four hits in the opener for a 3-2 victory on Tuesday.
Junior first baseman Bekah Bennett led the offense with a home run...



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