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September 14, 2007
Vol. 49 No. 2

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News: Fraternity receives national top honor

The Susquehanna chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon was one of nine chapters worldwide to be named a Top Teke Chapter at the 54th Biennial Conclave in Las Vegas last month.

Though Susquehanna had received a letter congratulating TKE on being honored as...

News: University implements notification strategies

Susquehanna recently implemented a short message service, or SMS, that will notify all subscribers by text message in the event of an emergency.

"We're encouraging students, faculty and staff to enroll to receive critical updates," said Tom...

Living & Arts: Magazine is outlet for writers

Susquehanna opened the new year with a celebration of creativity from undergraduate students from all across the country.

The latest issue of the Susque-hanna Review was released Wed-nesday, Sept. 12. A reception was held in the Shearer Dining...

Forum: First year lessons take time

Last Friday, I found myself in the dorm I called home throughout my freshman year here at Susquehanna, Hassinger Hall. I was there to visit a friend who once lived in the dormitory as well, who is now serving as a resident assistant. Until late in...

Sports: Devils win in soccer shutout

The men's soccer team lost to Dickinson on Wednesday night by a score of 1-0.
Susquehanna allowed the winning goal, due to a miscommunication on the part of the defense.

The Crusaders had the chance to capitalize on a corner kick, but both...

Sports: Volleyball splits games in tournament

Susquehanna's volleyball team broke even at the Buttermaker Tournament in Muhlenberg Friday and Saturday, winning one game on each day.

On Friday, Susquehanna defeated King's in three sets, 30-13, 30-19 and 30-21.

Junior co-captain Ainsley...



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