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October 31, 2008
Vol. 50 No. 8

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News: Speaker discusses organ trafficking

The Edward S. & A. Rita Schmidt Lectureship in Ethics sponsored "Organ Trafficking," a lecture given by Michele Good-win, on Monday.

Goodwin was introduced by Katarina Keller, associate professor of economics at Susquehanna.

During the...

News: Trivia night discontinued at BJ's Steak and Rib House

After several years with the Susquehanna community, BJ's Steak and Rib House has discontinued their weekly trivia night.

In previous years, BJ's would host as many as 25 to 30 teams in one night for their Tuesday night trivia challenge.


Living & Arts: Halloween party hosted on 'the Ave'

Last night, the Office of Residence Life partnered with many of the houses on University Avenue and community organizations to host "Halloween on the Ave."

"Halloween on the Ave" began last year when 2008 graduate Dave Echelmeier, head resident...

Forum: Political clubs attempt to persuade voters

The SU College Democrats and the SU College Republicans participated in a good-humored survey about their party's presidential candidate. With the election only four days away, The Crusader sponsored the survey to tone down the serious nature of...
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Sports: Elizabethtown shuts out men 1-0

The Susquehanna men's soccer team dropped its second game in a row to Elizabethtown in a non-conference game at Sassafras Fields Complex on Wednesday evening. The team lost 1-0. Weather conditions were just above freezing with on and off snow f...
To the goal

Sports: Crusaders fall to Blue Jays 2-1

Susquehanna's field hockey team lost 2-1 to Elizabethtown on Oct. 28 at the Sassafras Fields Complex.
The game was a non-conference contest, and will not count against them in the Landmark Conference.

Susquehanna was the first to score after...



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