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February 20, 2009
Vol. 50 No. 16

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News: Contest to let student be Lemons

One student will have the opportunity to be President L. Jay Lemons for a day, thanks to an Omicron Delta Kappa (ODK) fundraiser.

The "Jay for the Day" contest offers students the chance to be Susquehanna's president, sitting in on meetings and...

News: Cancers prevalent among university alumni

Cancer is a scary word, and can have different meanings for different people.
For many, it draws pictures of death, hair loss and sterility. For Susquehanna students, it is a connection that just won't go away.

In 2007, The Harrisburg...

Living & Arts: SAC to provide free tickets to 'Idol' event

The Student Activities Committee (SAC) will be hosting a private concert for Susquehanna students featuring American Idol season seven winner David Cook. The event will be held at Trax on Monday, March 23 at 9:30 p.m.

"David Cook is doing a wide...

Forum: Seasons usher change

I love living in a climate that has seasons.

Almost everyone I know lives for summer weather, but I live for the first few weeks of each new season.

For me, there are wonderful things about every season, and still, any of them get old if ...

Sports: Crusaders top Drew

The women's basketball team defeated Drew, 61-44, in a Landmark Conference game at O. W. Houts Gymnasium on Sunday, Feb. 15. The win brought Susquehanna's record to 16-8 overall and 8-5 in the Landmark.

Sophomore guard Rachael Hughes had a...

Sports: Swimming excels at conferences

The Susquehanna men's and women's swim teams competed in the Landmark Conference Championships last weekend at Merchant Marine where the women finished second among conference opponents while the men came in fourth.

The women's team collected ...



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