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April 20, 2007
Vol. 48 No. 21

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News: Orange, maroon unite campuses

On Monday, April 16, 32 students, faculty and staff members from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University were killed and at least 15 more were injured in a mass shooting by Virginia Tech senior Cho Seung Hui before he turned the gun on...

News: Three faculty members to be honored

Three long-term faculty members who are planning to retire at the end of this school year have all been granted faculty emeritus status.
J. Thomas Walker, professor of sociology; G. Edward Schweikert, associate professor of psychology; and Susan...

Living & Arts: A little is a lot for spring play 'Our Town'

"Do human beings ever realize life while they live it?"
Susquehanna's Department of Theater strives to answer that question during its spring production of "Our Town."
The play, which opened Thursday, will continue through Sunday with ...

Sports: Lyco's 'Megan' duo leads victory

The Susquehanna women's lacrosse team gave up four goals each to Lycoming's Megan Wallenhorst and Megan McIntyre as the Crusaders dropped a 13-7 contest on Wednesday.
Three of Wallenhorst's goals came in the first half as the Warriors scored five...

Sports: Softball splits games

The Crusaders used a five-run third inning in the nightcap to split a doubleheader 0-2, 5-1 with Gettysburg on Thursday.
Susquehanna 3-1, E-town 2-5
The women's softball team split a doubleheader against visiting Elizabethtown on Wednesday.



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