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October 19, 2007
Vol. 49 No. 6

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News: Speaker discusses climate change

Internationally acclaimed scientist and activist Timothy Flannery visited Susquehanna Thursday evening to present a global warming lecture as part of the Claritas Distinguished Speaker in the Sciences Series.

The speech, presented in the...

News: Smart Card technology to be installed

After several weeks of debate, Charlie's Coffeehouse will soon receive Smart Card technology, which will allow customers to pay with credit and debit cards, as well as with the Crusader Cash on their identification cards.

The Student Government...

Living & Arts: Event to benefit charity

Tomorrow, Susquehanna will attempt to recreate the hype associated with Penn State University's THON by creating its own Dance-a-Thon.

The Student Government Association -sponsored fund-raising event will take place tomorrow from 4 p.m. until 2...

Forum: Student reflects on fall break priorities

The idea of fall break conjures up many exciting things in my mind such as sleeping in, not doing work and relaxing, but the thought of going home overrides them all.

As I drove home this year, I thought about previous fall breaks and realized...

Sports: Crusaders go scoreless during tie

The women's soccer team came away with a 0-0 tie against Juniata on Tuesday evening at home.

Neither team was able to put anything in the net within 110 minutes of play. In goal for the Crusaders, junior Meredith Tompeck tallied nine...

Sports: Early Crusader goals net Landmark win

The men's soccer team pulled off a 2-1 victory over Juniata Wednesday, keeping the Crusaders on pace in the Landmark Conference. Freshman midfielder Jim Robertiello scored both of Susquehanna's goals in the first 10 minutes of play.

The ...



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