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September 05, 2008
Vol. 50 No. 1

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News: Science building underway, time capsules to be filled

The new science building will hold pieces of new technology inside, in the form of a time capsule.

According to Jennifer Elick, associate professor of geology & environment, the exact contents of the capsule have not been decided yet.


News: $4 million grant makes new building possible

Pennsylvania Governor Edward G. Rendell awarded $4 million in state funds to Susquehanna on Aug. 6 to help construct a 75,000-square-foot, LEED-certified science building that will house biology, chemistry and earth and environmental sciences. The...

Living & Arts: 150 years of history celebrated

As part of Susquehanna's Sesquicentennial celebration, the Lore Degenstein Gallery is showcasing 150 years of university history in its exhibit, "Susquehanna University: A 150-Year Retrospective."

The exhibit was the idea of Marsha Lemons, ...

Forum: Student pleads for inclusivity

One of my heroes, the revolutionary Thomas Paine, wrote, "These are the times that try men's souls." This quote tells me that through the toughest of times people can pull together and fight for injustice, and, in our case, social injustice. In...

Sports: Tompeck saves fourteen in season opening draw

The Crusaders hosted the Susquehanna Tournament over the weekend, with a total of four teams competing.

Susquehanna 0, York 0
The Susquehanna women's soccer team battled York to a scoreless tie on Saturday Aug. 30 at the Sassafras Fields...

Sports: Field hockey drops home opener 1-0

The Susquehanna field hockey team began its season with three games over the past week.

Susquehanna 3, Muhlenberg 2
The Crusader's started their season with a victory over Muhlenberg after going into two overtime periods and an intense ...



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