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September 11, 2009
Vol. 51 No. 1

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News: H1N1: school plans for 'the worst'

"If it's wet and it's not yours, don't touch it," said Tom Rambo, Assistant Vice Pres-ident for Student Life and Director of Public Safety.

According to Rambo, this advice, along with personal responsibility and good hy-giene, is what will keep...

News: Aramark re-washes laundry program, cooks up options

This fall, Aramark Dining Services will begin the year with several new updates to their program.

In freshman residence halls, West Hall and West Village, all former coin-operated laundry machines have been converted to eSuds, a coin-free...

Living & Arts: Gallery opening showcases new graphic artists

The work of modern printmakers is now on display in the Lore A. Degenstein Gallery at the 76th exhibition of the Society of American Graphic Artists (SAGA). The exhibition opened on Saturday, Sept. 5 and will be displayed until Sunday, Oct....

Forum: No coins called for heads-up

While walking into Evert Dining Hall for lunch one day during Orientation week, I got my ID card scanned as usual, only to be stopped by Aramark personel asking, "Hey Lauren, do you live on campus?" I do in fact live in West Village, and I was then...

Sports: Soccer beats King's for first victory

The Susquehanna men's soccer team earned their first win of the season Wednesday night, as they defeated King's 3-2 at the Sassafras Fields Complex.

The Crusaders did not let their 0-3 record bother them as they stormed out of the gate and...

Sports: Susquehanna takes down the Mules 2-1

Susquehanna's field hockey team (1-2, overall) recorded its first win of the season with a 2-1 victory over non-conference opponent Misericor-dia at Muhlenberg's Scotty Wood Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 5.

The Cougars scored early in the first...



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