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February 15, 2008
Vol. 49 No. 15

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News: Service organization to receive two national awards, recognition

Susquehanna University's Central America Service Adventure is the recipient of two awards as it enters its 10th year of service.

The 2008 International Best Practice Award for Student Philanthropy and the 2008 Bronze Award for Excellence were...

News: Meetings to be held next week to discuss new Susquehanna identity

As part of its effort to create a new visual identity for Susquehanna, the Office of Communications will hold two meetings next week to seek the campus community's comments on concepts for university publications.

Gerry Cohen, executive director...

Living & Arts: Group raises funds for mosquito nets

Susquehanna has joined a worldwide campaign to protect African children from malaria. The ShUmanitarians and the Student Athletic Committee are raising money for the cause through "Nothing but Nets."

According to, the...

Forum: Erratic drivers strike fear

It's early Friday evening, and two friends and I plan to make good on a coupon for free Bongo Bongo Dip over at BJ's. We pull out of the West Village parking lot and head out to the road leading past West Village and Degenstein Campus Center up to...

Sports: Swim teams prepare for Championships

With one of the strongest seasons in school history, the Susquehanna men's and women's swim teams are competing in the first ever Landmark Conference Swimming and Diving Championships. They will join seven schools for the three-day meet today...

Sports: Men's win sends Crusaders to playoffs

The men's basketball team will play in the first ever Landmark Conference playoffs, securing its berth with a 74-61 win against Catholic on Sunday.

"It is very exciting having clinched a playoff spot with our victory over," said junior forward...



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