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September 18, 2009
Vol. 51 No. 2

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News: University educates war veterans

Susquehanna recently joined the national Yellow Ribbon Program, allowing U.S. veterans and their families to partake in a tuition-free liberal arts education.

The Yellow Ribbon GI Education Enhancement Pro-gram, or Yellow Ribbon Program for...

News: Graduation record receives top marks

"Susquehanna University has the fourth-highest graduation rate among the nation's 'very selective' undergraduate institutions," according to a recent press release from University Communications.

The number of schools in the running peaked at...

Living & Arts: Models display work dos and don'ts

The Dress for Success event was held on Thursday, Sept. 17 in Isaacs Auditorium in Seibert Hall at 7 p.m.

Paul and Judy Spiegel, the owners of J. Kleinbauer, hosted the event, which was sponsored by the Center for Career Services and promoted ...

Forum: GOP hits low with outburst

Nine months in, President Barack Obama has barely formed a nice butt groove in his Oval Office chair, and the shenanigans have begun.

For about 10 seconds last week, the president's health care address to a joint session of Congress turned ...

Sports: Men's soccer loses the boot to Lyco

On Sept. 15, the Susquehanna men's soccer team shut out Misericordia 1-0 at the Sassafras Fields Complex.

Freshman goalkeeper Pat Horan, who defended a penalty kick in place of junior B.J. Merriam at the Battle of the Boot against Lycoming, led...

Sports: Women's soccer rebounds after loss

The Susquehanna women's soccer team won its second game of the season by a score of 4-0 over non-conference opponent Neumann at Sun Valley High School on Sept. 16.

Crusader junior defender Samantha Farina scored her first two collegiate goals,...



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