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September 19, 2008
Vol. 50 No. 3

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News: Parking changes due to construction

Due to the growing number of students, faculty and staff, and construction of the new science building, there have been numerous parking changes at Susquehanna.

With the subtraction of the North Hall parking lot, and the restructuring of the lot...

News: Construction progress saves University money

Construction on the third and final phase of the West Village premium housing complex began months ahead of time. Finishing the final three buildings this semester, rather than the previously scheduled spring 2009 semester, will save the university...

Living & Arts: Walk raises money for hunger

The 61st annual CROP Walk will take place on Sept. 28 at 2 p.m.

The CROP Walk, or Communities Responding to Overcome Poverty Walk, is sponsored by Church World Services (CWS).

The CWS was founded in 1946 and according to its Web site, "is ...

Forum: Writer looks for help

Two weeks ago, I wrote an article for my fellow students about coming together to build our community back up. But I seem to have forgotten one important aspect of our community, which is the faculty and administration. You are all the foundation ...

Sports: Field hockey falls 2-1 to Pioneers

The Crusaders fell to William Paterson University on Susquehanna's home turf on Friday.

The first goal of the game was scored by the Pioneers and was not contested until the Crusaders made their first goal at the 60th minute.

The goal was...

Sports: Football: Carolina Panthers will surprise this season

Brett Favre has played his last game in a green and gold uniform, and instead of mourning, Packers fans should be celebrating the youth movement with young quarterback Aaron Rodgers at the helm. Along with the Packers, the Giants, Cowboys, Eagles,...



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