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October 17, 2008
Vol. 50 No. 6

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News: University observes Homecoming

Celebrate-- On the weekend of Oct. 3, Susquehanna students, faculty, staff and alumni celebrated Homecoming with many events that included the Sesquicentennial theme.

Courtesy of: Lauren Lamas, Rachel Konopacki and Dr. Catharine Hasting...

News: Guide helps students to be eco-friendly

The SUstainability Guide was created this summer and made available to the Susquehanna community this fall, thanks to efforts by members of the Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) and the department of earth and environmental sciences.

According ...

Living & Arts: Susquehanna enjoys edible diversity

Susquehanna students were able to taste the foods from 17 different countries at the International Food Tasting dinner hosted by SU International on Monday, Oct. 6.

More than 100 students were in attendance and sampled dishes from across the...

Forum: Activities need support

A semester off campus is full of wonderful opportunities. I am in our nation's capital, writing for the business section of the Washington Times during one of the most crucial economic crises of our lives.

Don't get me wrong, it's exciting....

Sports: Crusaders take Homecoming battle 3-1

The Susquehanna men's soccer team went 2-1 over the last two weeks, including a 3-1 Homecoming victory over Goucher.

Susquehanna 0, Franklin & Marshall 1

A goal line save from a Franklin & Marshall midfielder with under five minutes to play...

Sports: Field hockey jumps to first place tie after week

Over the past two weeks the Susquehanna field hockey team has gone 3-1, while improving its place in the Landmark Conference to a first-place tie with Catholic.
Susquehanna 0, Rowan 8

The Crusaders were blanked by nationally ranked Rowan 8-0 ...



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