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September 07, 2007
Vol. 49 No. 1

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News: Freshmen change face of campus

This year's freshman class is the largest class in Susquehanna's history with a total of 635 new students, including 600 first-year, 29 transfer and six exchange students.
To accommodate the increase in the student population, Susquehanna has ...

News: Susquehanna improves college ranking

Susquehanna has improved its rating in the U.S. News and World Report's college rankings this year, moving from the second tier of liberal arts colleges to the top tier of similar schools across the country.
This year, U.S. News and World Report...

Living & Arts: Freshmen serve community

The largest freshman class in Susquehanna history ventured off campus for Susquehanna University: Get Into Volunteer Experiences (SU: GIVE) on Saturday, Aug. 25.
Senior Dave Echelmeier, who was a coordinator for the day, said about 557 first-year...

Forum: New year brings new opportunities

The first few weeks of a semester always mean new classes, professors and friends. They also involve telling people your name, year, major and hometown so many times that you might seriously contemplate having a T-shirt made or tattooing it onto...

Sports: Crusaders overcome early deficit

The Susquehanna men's soccer team pulled off a 2-1 overtime victory over SUNY-Oneonta Tuesday thanks to two goals from the foot of senior midfielder Seth Baughman.
The Crusaders (2-1) fell behind early due to the scoring duo of the Red Dragons'...

Sports: Meabon's efforts wasted in defeat

Susquehanna's field hockey team dropped a 3-0 decision against No. 11 Montclair State on Wednesday.
Senior goalkeeper Lyndsay Meabon paced the Crusaders, saving 14 shots on the evening.
The Red Hawks controlled the tempo for the majority of the...



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