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January 25, 2008
Vol. 49 No. 12

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News: Student reports racial verbal assault on campus

A Susquehanna student was the victim of racial verbal assault on Saturday, Jan. 12.
Around 8 p.m., sophomore Christopher Clinton, a black student, was walking alone from North Hall to his residence in West Village.

Clinton said that as he...

News: Winter convocation celebrates legacy

Award-winning writer and composer James McBride was the featured speaker at Susquehanna's second annual winter convocation to celebrate the legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday, Jan. 21.

McBride's speech, titled "Our Common...

Living & Arts: Students offer service during break

Forty students volunteered to help others during their winter breaks by participating in the Hurricane Relief Team and Susquehanna University Central America Service Adventure trips, along with several faculty, staff, alumni and community...

Forum: TV news overkills campaign

It was certainly pleasant to catch up with some of the events in the world while home for winter break. I don't always go immediately to the news while at school. Despite my frequent reading of both The New York Times and Time Magazine, I always...

Sports: Wins keep Crusaders at top of conference

The men's basketball team defeated visiting Merchant Marine 76-62 Saturday afternoon, keeping the Crusaders' record perfect in the Landmark Conference.

Senior guard Josh Robinson, who leads Landmark in scoring, racked up a game-high 26 points...

Sports: Men's swim team remains perfect

The women's swim team beat Juiniata Wednesday, keeping them atop the Land-mark Conference standings.

Susquehanna women 73, Juniata women 60
Several swimmers placed first for Susquehanna, as the Crusaders won eight of the nine individual...



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