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November 02, 2007
Vol. 49 No. 8

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News: Student participates in gun rights protest

Susquehanna senior Zane Bilger recently took part in a weeklong, nation-wide protest to allow students to carry guns on campus. "We feel safe here on campus. The chances of something happening on campus are slim, but they're not zero," Bilger s...

News: Annual Woodrow Wilson lecture to be held

The 31st annual Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow Lecture will be presented by Kevin Quigley, president and CEO of the National Peace Corps Association.

Quigley's lecture, titled "Peace Corps in the 21st Century: How Expanding the Peace Corps Can...

Living & Arts: Symposium highlights culture

"This is a uniquely designed program to promote and celebrate the challenges and traditions that many Hispanics have faced," said senior Joe Shannon, president about the Hispanic Organization for Latino Aware-ness (HOLA), of the annual Latino...

Forum: WebSU causes strife

I am the average, run-of-the-mill blonde.

I embody the role very well at any given time in the way I act or the stupid questions that I ask from time to time.

I am that oblivious person who sometimes gets on your nerves because you...

Sports: Double OT goal ends playoff run

A controversial goal in the second overtime period in the semifinal round of the Landmark Conference playoffs ended the Crusaders' (9-6-2 overall, 4-2-1) season.

With 6:49 remaining in the second overtime period, the Rangers bent a corner kick...

Sports: Crusaders give up five TDs in loss

The Crusaders lost to Rochester 38-20 on Saturday afternoon at Edwin Fauver Stadium in Rochester, N.Y.

The Crusaders struck first in the game after an 11-play, 92-yard drive in the first quarter that culminated with a one-yard leap over the pile...


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