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September 26, 2008
Vol. 50 No. 4

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News: Market Street Festival to unveil new postmark

A commemorative postmark featuring Susquehanna's Sesquicentennial logo will be one of the many items one can buy at the Market Street Festival this year.

The postmark was suggested by Mark Wolfberg, the postmaster of Selinsgrove.

He ...

News: Rock the Vote to visit Susquehanna campus

Tonight the Student Activities Committee (SAC) will host Rock the Vote in Trax at 9 p.m.

Rachel Robinson from "Exiled" and Veronica Portillo from "Road Rules" will be at Trax tonight answering questions and encouraging students to vote and ...

Living & Arts: University says 'Let them eat cake'

The 30th annual Market Street Festival will take place tomorrow in downtown Selinsgrove.

Mike Coyne, Susquehanna's vice president of finance, treasurer and coordinator for the festival, said there is something for everyone at the...

Sports: Late goal pushes Crusaders to 2-1 win

At Sassafras Field Complex on Wednesday night, the men's soccer team got back on track with a non-conference 2-1 win over Lebanon Valley. The win improved the Crusaders to 5-3-0 overall. It dropped the Flying Dutchmen to 4-5-0 overall.


Sports: Out of conference Rams tame men's tennis 7-2

The Susquehanna men's tennis team traveled to Division II Shepherd University on Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2008 for some out of conference action.

The Crusaders (0-3) fell 7-2 to the Rams. Collecting wins for the Crusaders were freshmen Matthew...



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