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March 20, 2009
Vol. 50 No. 18

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News: Journalist appraises administration

Eleanor Clift, this year's Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow, spoke at Susquehanna, giving the Obama administration what she called "An Early Report Card for the New Administration," on Tuesday.

She delivered her presentation at 7 p.m. in the...

News: Verizon employee monitorsphone signal, dropped calls

Last Thursday, Susquehanna had its very own Verizon "Can You Hear Me Now?" guy come to campus to test out the network and signal strength for Verizon customers in the area.

Aaron Gill is just one of 90 roving baseline associate engineers...

Living & Arts: Senshu students enjoy culture

Students from Japan's Senshu University are experiencing a different environment this spring thanks to Susquehanna's exchange program.

Senshu University is a private university in Chiyoda, Tokyo. According to its Web site,, its...

Forum: Memories absent in storage

I unpacked three boxes in my room over spring break. Three boxes and it has been more than six months since I moved into my new house.

What does that say about all of the stuff that is packed away in those boxes?

Realizing that I have...

Sports: Women down Lycoming 14-12

The Susquehanna women's lacrosse team battled Lycoming to a 14-12 victory yesterday evening.

Susquehanna (5-1) was led by sophomore midfielder Sarah Wright who scored five goals.
Sophomore midfielders Sara Franckowiack, Kayla MacMillan, ...

Sports: Crusader earns All-American status

Many collegiate athletes train 24-7 to become the best athlete that they can be and ultimately earn the All-American status as a confirmation to their years of hard work. Needless to say, every athlete trains, but not every athlete becomes an...



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