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February 08, 2008
Vol. 49 No. 14

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News: WQSU undergoes renovations, construction

A sight often taken for granted disappeared from the lower level of Degenstein Campus Center just before Christmas break. The familiar sight of student disc jockeys sitting at the WQSU control room vanished, as the room was stripped bare to pave ...

News: Susquehanna students spend semester in Washington, D.C.

Four Susquehanna students are spending the semester in our nation's capital, studying everything from political science to public relations, as well as interning.

Elizabeth Rhoads, junior public relations major, is currently at the Lutheran...

Living & Arts: Exhibit reflects Black History Month

Susquehanna's newest art exhibition is currently open at the Lore Degenstein Art Gallery and will remain on display until March 5.

"The Harmon and Harriet Kelley Collection of African American Art: Works on Paper" is touring the United States....

Forum: Writers' strike drags on

By now, most people must be realizing that certain favorite shows of theirs, such as "Grey's Anatomy" and "The Office," are slowly coming, if they haven't already come, to a halt. Is it because the season is over and we must wait another few months...

Sports: Despite setback, Wolf excels

With "Lose Yourself" by Eminem blaring into his headphones, junior Derek Wolf put his head down and relaxed before one of the biggest races of his life.

Wolf, who sat out the second half of his freshman season, had swum the second-fastest...

Sports: First-half deficit proves too much

The women's basketball team ended its two-game win streak with a loss 73-57 against Landmark Conference opponent Scranton on Saturday.

Scranton scored 11 straight points in the first three minutes of the half. Heading into halftime the Royals ...



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