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April 03, 2009
Vol. 50 No. 20

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News: Photos help remember Holocaust

"The Holocaust was an attempt to efface [the Jews'] memory all together [...] Whole ways of life, families, whole cultures were lost," David Crew said on Tuesday, March 31 during the last lecture of "Memory vs. History," a Department of History...

Living & Arts: 'Eden'-like exhibit transforms art gallery

The Lore A. Degenstein Gallery is being transformed from floor to ceiling for its latest exhibition featuring the work of Frank Hyder.

The exhibit will open tomorrow evening at 7. with a lecture from the artist and refreshments in the gallery to...

Forum: Job prospects dwindle

As a soon-to-be graduate, I'm feeling a bit weighed down by the overwhelming future of "what ifs" and uncertainties of the job market. I'm not naïve about the real world because I've been preparing myself for some time. No matter what, the first...

Sports: Crusader women win again

Susquehanna won 17-14 over Frostburg in a non-conference game at Bobcat Stadium on March 28.

Sophomore midfielder Sa-rah Wright scored a team-high four goals and collected a game-high seven draw controls to help lead the Crusaders.

Wright is...

Sports: Tennis teams fall to Moravian

The Susquehanna men's and women's tennis teams dropped Landmark Conference matches to the Grey- hounds of Moravian on March 28 at the James W. Garret Sports Complex tennis courts.

The visiting Greyhounds defeated the men's team 9-0 and the...



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