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April 11, 2008
Vol. 49 No. 20

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News: Nothing But Nets raises money for African families

The ShUmanitarians teamed up with the Student Athletic Activities Committee to organize a volleyball tournament titled, "Nothing but Nets" on Sunday, April 6 in the Garrett Sports Complex. The event started at noon and went until 7 ...

News: New course withdrawal process to extend deadline for dropping classes

Students may be relieved to know that Susquehanna's course withdrawal process is changing for the better.
According to Phil Winger, dean of student life, the change "is definitely a positive change."

The current withdrawal process states ...

Living & Arts: Event supports arts education

From April 7 through today, Arts Alive! held a fundraiser to raise money and awareness for Pennsylvania Arts in Education.

Pennsylvania Arts in Education is a division within the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts.

Arts Alive! project manager...

Forum: Student rejects speech

I went to both affirmative action lectures last Friday night, neither of which was the highlight of my Friday evening, but they were intriguing nonetheless. I was fairly pleased with the SU College Democrat's speaker, Jerry Levinsky.

He was ...

Sports: Women's lacrosse stages comeback against Scranton for 13-11 Landmark win

The women's lacrosse team scored five unanswered goals during the last 15 minutes of play to cap off a 13-11 win Wednesday night against Scranton.

The Crusaders scored first with a shot from senior midfielder Rachel Devilbiss less than four m...

Sports: Two wins put baseball at No. 3 spot

The Susquehanna baseball team took two of three games from Landmark Conference opponent Catholic at home this past weekend before falling to non-conference opponent Pitt-Bradford Tuesday afternoon at Bollinger Field.

The Crusaders are now third...

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