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February 01, 2008
Vol. 49 No. 13

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News: Masterworks to perform at Carnegie Hall

Susquehanna celebrates its 150 birthday this year, kicking off with a performance by the SU Masterworks Chorus and Orchestra at Carnegie Hall in New York City on March 7.
The Masterworks Chorus is comprised of the University Choir and the select...

News: Shuttle bus to help students, community

Students who want to go to Trax on weekends have a new option other than walking there in the cold.

The "Traxportation" pilot shuttle program was launched on Friday, Jan. 19.

The shuttle makes 10 stops around campus and downtown Selinsgrove....

Living & Arts: Bookstore to feature student's work

For the most part, Susquehanna's bookstore provides books written by others that are meant to be read by students. But this week, a book written by one of our students will be available for purchase.

Sophomore William Paris wrote "The Great...

Forum: OMA deserves visitors

You have all walked past it one, two, maybe even three or more times a day. I know I do. But how many of you actually dare to enter it? The "it" I am referring to is the Office of Multicultural Affairs.

There seems to be an imaginary "force...

Sports: Crusaders win six straight, top conference

With a 79-62 win over Goucher Sunday, the men's basketball team improved to a perfect 7-0 in the Landmark Conference. The win was also the Crusaders' sixth straight victory.
The Crusaders jumped out to a six-point lead within the first four...

Sports: Men's swimming achieves perfect season; finishes 11-0

Both the men's and women's swim teams defeated non-conference opponent McDaniel at home Saturday.

The Senior Day meet was the last of the regular season. The Crusaders head next to the Landmark Conference Championships beginning Feb....



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