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October 24, 2008
Vol. 50 No. 7

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News: School celebrates anniversary, history

2008 marks the 25th anniversary of the Sigmund Weis School of Business at Susquehanna, the legacy of which was celebrated by alumni, current and emeriti faculty, current seniors and friends of the program at a black-tie optional event during...

News: 2008 Presidential Candidate Viewpoints

Barack Obama (Democratic Party)

Obama will implement an economic agenda to help ensure that America can compete in a global economy and that the middle class is thriving and growing. He plans to modernize and simplify the tax code so it...

Living & Arts: Hillel honors Sukkot by building sukkah

Hillel, a campus organization for Jewish students, constructed a sukkah, an outdoor festival shelter, on Degenstein Campus Center lawn on Thursday, Oct. 16.

According to Senior Jordan Young, co-president of Hillel, the sukkah is built for the...

Forum: Writer uses time wisely

This past week has been a rollercoaster of events. With talking on the phone every night with people from home came the stress of homework and studying. Time management is a key part in doing well not only in college, but also in the real world...

Sports: Crusaders fall short, RPI wins 35-14

The Susquehanna football team fell short at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute on Saturday, Oct. 18 in a Liberty League contest.

Rensselaer managed to keep the lead the whole game, allowing the Crusaders 14 points, with a final score of...

Sports: Crusaders shut out Moravian

The Crusader field hockey team is still undefeated and tied for first in the Landmark Conference after Saturday's 4-0 home win over Moravian.

Junior forward Andrea Fiori scored the game's first goal with an assist from Maggie Kramer. The goal...



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