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October 26, 2007
Vol. 49 No. 7

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News: Yearbook photo shocks campus

The discovery of a 30-year-old yearbook photograph depicting the lynching of a black fraternity member has raised controversy at Susquehanna.

The picture in question was printed in the 1971 edition of Susquehanna's yearbook, The Lanthorn. It...

News: Students give time to build playground

Between 50 and 75 Susquehanna students woke up early Saturday morning to help build a 25-foot-tall playground for Snyder County.

The playground is part of the future East Snyder Park, a 40-acre recreational area that will be home to eight...

Living & Arts: Renowned dance company to perform

The oldest and most celebrated dance company in America is coming to Susquehanna.

The Martha Graham Dance Company will perform in the Degenstein Theater on Tuesday, Oct. 30 at 7:30 p.m.

The company was founded in 1926 by Martha Graham, who...

Sports: Spartans score twice in first half, prevail 2-1

The York Spartans prevailed 2-1 over the men's soccer team Tuesday night in a rainy non-conference contest on the Sassafras Fields Complex.

The Spartans made it on the board at 24:31 with a cross-pass in front of the net from Lucas Emil to Jason...
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Sports: Fiori contributes mightily to season

Confidence can compel an athlete to achieve great things in individual performance as well as with his or her team.

For sophomore attack Andrea Fiori, that confidence has gone a long way this season for the field hockey star.

With three goals...



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