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September 12, 2008
Vol. 50 No. 2

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News: Beah speaks about time spent as child solider

When Ishmael Beah was a child in Sierra Leone, he never wanted to be known as the boy "who didn't listen." Now, he's the one making others listen.

Beah, the author of "A Long Way Gone: Memoirs of a Boy Soldier," which was excerpted in this...

News: Beah gives insight to life story through interview

Prior to the lecture, personal interviews were given by Beah to give further insight into his story.

Before the war in Sierra Leone, Beah said his life was very relaxed.

"It was simple and beautiful and I think that's one of the things I ...

Living & Arts: Famous orchestra returns to Susquehanna after 20 years

The Glenn Miller Orchestra will perform in Weber Chapel Sunday, Sept. 14 at 3 p.m., marking the first performance of the Susquehanna Artist Series.

The big band music that the Glenn Miller Orchestra, a predominantly jazz and swing style group,...

Forum: Smart voting promoted

As of two weeks ago, had you ever heard the name Sarah Palin? I doubt it. Outside of Alaska, not many had, but here she is skidding onto the national scene to bask in the glory of her new-found celebrity.

Here she is, with her anti-Hillary...

Sports: Six turnovers help Moravian win 27-14

The Susquehanna football team lost their first game of the season on Saturday, falling to Moravian 27-14.

The rain soaked game provided enough second-half action from the Crusaders to keep the fans in their seats until the final whistle.


Sports: Crusaders retain boot, defeat rival

The men's soccer team came out on top of visiting Lycoming Warriors in the annual "Battle of the Boot" Wednesday at Sassafras Field Complex.

Scoring the lone goal for the Crusaders was sophomore midfielder Jim Robertiello off a Shane Atha pass...



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