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February 22, 2008
Vol. 49 No. 16

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News: Award ceremony recognizes volunteers

Various Susquehanna students, faculty and staff were honored Wednesday evening for their commitment to serving the Susquehanna community at an annual volunteer recognition event, Susquehanna University Celebrating Helpful Experiences through...

News: Students question survey, administration answers

"With how many different people have you had sexual intercourse in the last 3 months?"

Some students who received alcohol violations have wondered what this question and others like it have to do with getting caught drinking in a dorm.


Living & Arts: Students raise poverty awareness with campaign

Three Susquehanna students are working to unite the world as one to eliminate the problem of world poverty.

Junior Caitlin Newman, senior Sara Luley and junior Alina Gayeuski became involved in the ONE campaign, a national advocacy organization,...

Forum: Election fever spreads

You know you're addicted to politics when...

During church on Sunday morning, you wonder whether the evangelical vote will be enough to carry Mike Huckabee through the primaries.

You ask to change the channel at Bots so you can watch the...

Sports: Women's playoff hopes rest on Saturday's game against Juniata

Bouncing back from a tough loss the day before, the Susquehanna women's basketball team improved to 6-7 in the Landmark Conference, beating Drew 54-48 on Sunday. For the Crusaders, it was also the third straight winning season for the team and head...

Sports: New lacrosse coach brings Div. I experience

Lately, the men's lacrosse team has been a staple around the athletic facilities, looking to improve upon last year's 3-11 record.

Stewart Moan, the new coach for the men's lacrosse team, is the mastermind behind the team's rebuilding efforts ...



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