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January 23, 2009
Vol. 50 No. 12

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News: Speech honors King's memory

"This is a brand new day in America, one that's long and been long in coming," former Virginia Governor L. Douglas Wilder said during the 2009 Winter Convocation Monday morning.

Wilder was the keynote speaker at the third annual convocation held...

News: Campus celebrates service

As part of the Martin Luther King Jr. celebration that took place Monday, Jan. 19, approximately 60 individuals volunteered at several locations in the area.

According to Mandy Nagy, Coordinator of Civic Engagement, the service day was started...

Living & Arts: 'Essay' features work from promising writers

The Writers' Institute kicked off the spring semester with a reading Wednesday evening to celebrate the publication of this year's "Essay" magazine.

The event featured readings by students whose work was published in the magazine.
"Essay," now...

Forum: Gaming provides family fun

I had never seen my dad more excited. His eyes lit up, just like that of a little kid hearing the ice cream truck right outside of the window.

His motions went left, then right, then left again. He pretended he was a famous baseball star or...

Sports: Football team loses 19 to graduation

The Susquehanna football team bid farewell to 19 seniors this year, and prepares to move on without a graduating class that includes five All-Conference selections and is described by Head Coach Steve Briggs as being, "one of the top groups I have...

Sports: Men lose at buzzer 66-64

The Susquehanna men's basketball team traveled to King's Point, N.Y., on Saturday to face Landmark Conference opponent United States Merchant Marine Academy.

The Crusaders (9-6, 3-2 Landmark) battled hard through four quarters of play but missed...



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