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November 09, 2007
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News: Carney attends town meeting

U.S. Rep. Chris Carney (D-Pa.) of Pennsylvania's 10th Congressional District held a town meeting at Susquehanna on Monday, Nov. 5 in Stretansky Hall.

The meeting was part of Carney's "Listening Tour," a series of town meetings that are being...

News: Club aims to reduce campus energy use

As gas prices continue to rise and energy independence remains in the public eye, a Susquehanna organization is encouraging students to do their part to find a solution to the energy crisis.

The GeoClub is sponsoring "Power Down Party Up," an...

Living & Arts: Battle of the sexes to be staged

The Department of Theatre will present the Tony Award-winning musical "The Pajama Game" for its fall production this weekend.

According to a Susquehanna press release, "The Pajama Game" is a romantic comedy portraying the troubles of a workplace...

Forum: Writer admires Colbert

Stephen T. Colbert (T. stands for Truth) is a man of the people. Colbert means "bear-destroyer" in French. He does not see race. He only sees Americans. It is well known that his name is an acronym for Saving Territory, Establishing Pachyderm...

Sports: Schools drop sports to reduce expenses

(CSTV U-WIRE) SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Andrew Tervooren has so much free time these days, the Rutgers senior doesn't know what to do with himself.

No more afternoon practice Monday to Friday. No more weekend tournaments. No more road trips for away...

Sports: Crusaders edge WPI 8-7

The Susquehanna football team won its first game in Liberty League action in dramatic, last-second fashion.

On Saturday, the Crusaders defeated Worcester Polytech 8-7 after junior quarterback Derek Pope hit senior wide receiver Nick Macia for a...

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