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November 07, 2008
Vol. 50 No. 9

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News: Trax celebrates election night

At approximately 11 p.m. on Tuesday night, Trax was filled with both shouts of joy and frustration as Senator Barack Obama was named president elect.

The event, which was hosted at Trax from 7 p.m. until midnight by SGA, was held to celebrate ...

News: BJ's trivia night reinstated Nov. 4

Trivia Night at BJ's Steak and Rib House has been reinstated after being cancelled for six weeks.

Nov. 4 was the first event since it was taken away and about 60 people attended, said BJ Kirkpatrick, a manager at BJ's.

According to...

Living & Arts: Actor to arrive with one-man show

"Comedy keeps the heart sweet," Mark Twain wrote in 1898. Over a century later, Tony and Emmy award-winning actor Hal Holbrook is using this ideal in his one-man show modeled after the works of the author who originally penned it.

Holbrook, who...

Forum: Public safety falls short

Public Safety. Public: being available to those who are in need. Safety: keeping the campus safe. But is that what they're doing? Because more and more we are not feeling safe. We are feeling reluctant, rejected and completely unsafe.

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Sports: Crusaders end season in 2-1 loss

The Susquehanna field hockey team fell to Juniata in the Landmark Conference semifinal to Juniata 2-1 at Sassafras Fields Complex.

Juniata won the conference title last season.

Junior forward Andrea Fiori scored the Crusaders' first and ...

Sports: Cross-country dominates championships

The men's and women's cross country teams both received first place in the Landmark Conference championships hosted by Juniata at Fort Roberdeau in Altoona on Saturday, Nov. 1.

Head coach Marty Owens received the men's and women's Coach of the...



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