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September 21, 2007
Vol. 49 No. 3

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News: NCAA enacts pilot drug test program

A pilot program from the NCAA will anonymously test athletes for banned substances at a number of Division III schools, including Susquehanna.

Athletic Director Pam Samuelson said Susquehanna volunteered for the program, which will be the first...

News: Students to join new scholar program

Four Susquehanna students will have the chance to devote much of their time to community service through the state's Scholars in Service program, as the university was recently named a host campus for the program.

Pennsylvania Gov. Edward ...

Living & Arts: Students learn to be 'Earnest'

Susquehanna's Department of Theatre Arts will present Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest" for its annual fall production.

Susquehanna's version of this three-act play, which includes reversed gender roles, will not only prove to be...

Forum: Student revisits decade

As I sit here listening to Jock Jams CD number three, drinking my Sunny D and flipping through my collection of DVDs to find "The Big Green," I just cannot help but think how much I miss the 90s.

Is there anyone else who is with me on this...

Sports: Fiori nets three in Crusader win

The Crusader field hockey team shut out York at home in a 6-0 win on Tuesday.

Sophomore forward Andrea Fiori opened the scoring seven minutes into the game off of a pass from junior forward Kristin Epting. Fiori finished the game with three...

Sports: Dickinson blanks Susquehanna 2-0

The women's soccer team lost to Dickinson 2-0 Wednesday night, with both of Dickinson's goals coming in the second half from Lisa Nichols.

Her first goal came 1:38 in the second half off of a Dana Conroy pass. She kicked in her final goal with...



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