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September 28, 2007
Vol. 49 No. 4

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News: Panel discusses intelligent design

All five members of a panel discussion on the place of intelligent design in public school curricula agreed that the idea should be taught in schools, but should not be included in biology classes yesterday.

The discussion followed a lecture by...

News: SGA to vote on Smart Card technology

Representatives from Char-lie's and ARAMARK gave a presentation to the Student Government Association Mon-day night about implementing Smart Card technology in the coffeehouse through SGA funding. Senior SGA President Neal Lesher said the issue ...

Living & Arts: Professors give reading

Glen Retief, the newest member of the Creative Writing Department, was welcomed to Susquehanna at a faculty reading on Thursday, Sept. 20.

Tom Bailey and Karla Kelsey, assistant professors of English and creative writing, joined Writers ...

Forum: Hassinger lacks luxury

I'm not going to lie; while I enjoy all of the luxuries that Susquehanna has to offer, I feel as if Hassinger Hall has been given the short end of the stick.

I mean, who doesn't enjoy a cool, air-conditioned room on a hot day? Who doesn't enjoy...

Sports: McDaniel defeats volleyball at home

The women's volleyball team returned home Wednesday evening for the first time in three weeks.

The visiting Green Terror of McDaniel spoiled the Crusaders' homecoming, beating them in three sets.

In the opening game of the match, the...

Sports: Two goals in 3 minutes seal Crusader win

Susquehanna pushed through the hot, thick air on Wednesday, defeating Lebanon Valley in Annville for a 2-1 victory.

Lebanon Valley started the scoring early 7:46 into the contest off of a Travis Steedle goal.

Susquehanna retaliated with two...

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