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March 28, 2008
Vol. 49 No. 18

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News: Speakers discuss death penalty, morals

Should the lives of criminals be spared?

The Arlin M. Adams Center for Law and Society tried to answer this question in its two-day symposium titled "Should the Death Penalty Be Abolished?"

The symposium, which took place on Wednesday, March...

News: SU Republicans host congressional debate

Seibert Hall experienced a surge of political action on March 17 as students and community members gathered to attend the 10th Congressional District Debate between Republican candidates Dan Meuser and Chris Hackett.

The debate was hosted by ...

Living & Arts: Show spotlights students' talents

The Student Activities Committee's annual Spotlight Talent Show will take place at 10 p.m. today at Trax and will be hosted by Rachel Robinson from MTV's "Road Rules 11: Campus Crawl."

Talents slated to be showcased include anything from singing...

Forum: Editor questions OMA

For some time now, there have been numerous columns and letters to the editor complaining about diversity, or the lack thereof, on this campus.

Most recently, though, some of these columns have taken on an accusatory tone. Instead of suggesting...

Sports: Crusaders fall behind early, lose 19-12

The Susquehanna women's lacrosse team battled through a rainy game, but the end result was a 19-12 loss to Lycoming last Wednesday.

Lycoming came out strong and built a 3-0 lead in the first four minutes of play. The rest of the half was full ...

Sports: Bison score big early, beat Susquehanna 18-7

The Crusaders dropped an 18-7 decision to Division I Bucknell Wednesday.

Junior pitcher/outfielder John Lunardi led the Crusaders, batting 2-for-3 on the afternoon with a stolen base and a run. Freshman pitcher Andy Hergan was charged with the...



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