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October 05, 2007
Vol. 49 No. 5

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News: Homecoming to make splash

More than 1,000 Susquehanna alumni, parents and guests will join students, faculty and staff to celebrate Homecoming this weekend.

This year's Homecoming, which has a theme of "Rolling on the River," will include a variety of activities...

Living & Arts: Horror film score to be improvised

An upcoming performance in the FLUID concert series of Susquehanna's Department of Music will feature the silent German horror film "Nosferatu," blended with the sounds of an improvisational score composed by Patrick Long, associate professor of...

Forum: Saturday becomes a journey

There is a random nature to Saturdays that I have grown to hate as I get older, and I wonder if others feel the same way. Throughout the week, I wait impatiently for the day to come, and once it arrives, I wish it would leave. It's like the...

Sports: Crusaders fall 3-2 after scoreless second half

The field hockey team lost 3-2 to Landmark opponent Juniata on Tuesday afternoon.
The Eagles were on the board in the first 10 minutes of the game. They stayed one up on the Crusaders until the 20:30 mark, when junior forward Maggie Kramer tied...

Sports: Crusaders fall to 6-5 overall, 1-1 conference

The women's soccer team suffered a 2-0 loss to Wilkes on Wednesday, dropping its overall record to 6-5 while remaining 1-1 in the Landmark Conference.

The Crusaders displayed a tough defense, but the Colonels struck first 28:35 into the game...



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