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November 16, 2007
Vol. 49 No. 10

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News: Pro-life advocate sparks abortion debate

Nationally known political analyst and pro-life advocate Angela "Bay" Buchanan was featured as the keynote speaker for the SU College Republicans' Pro-Life Day.
Buchanan, who is currently on a national book tour, visited Susquehanna to discuss a...

News: Series of lectures discuss global politics

A series of globally focused lectures were held by Susque-hanna's political science department this week.

On Tuesday, Nov. 13, Samer Abboud, assistant professor of political science, gave his presentation: "Lebanon's Islamists."

Abboud said...

Living & Arts: Students savor holiday traditions

Some of Susquehanna's most cherished and anticipated traditions will take place in the coming weeks as the end of the semester draws near.

This year marked the 26th annual Thanksgiving Dinner, where students are served by the faculty. Two rounds...

Forum: Adult behavior desired

Until recently, I haven't had too much to complain about around this campus, so much so that it was actually making me a tad sad. There is usually something to complain about, and I am always one of the ones to find it.

I have now found that...

Sports: Mariners down Crusaders in finale

Sophomore running back Dave Paveletz's record-setting outing Saturday fell just short as the Crusaders dropped their finale against formerly winless Merchant Marine 37-32.
The offense's reliance on Paveletz all season would enable him to move into...

Sports: Runners turn in career-best times in regional meet

The Susquehanna men's and women's cross country teams competed in the NCAA Mideast Regional meet on Saturday, running to 14th and 15th place finishes, respectively.

Sophomore Paul Thistle and Freshman Alycia Woodruff both ran standout races,...



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