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October 02, 2009
Vol. 51 No. 4

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News: Staff members foster camaraderie

The Office of Residence Life has started two new programs geared toward helping Resi-dent Assistants and Head Residents, better known as RAs and HRs, share enjoyable experiences and build a stronger community among their staff as a whole and as a...

News: Peace Corps allow you to 'be your own boss'

One of the employers at yesterday's Employment and Internship Fair, organized by the Center for Career Services, was Ed Riehl, a representative from the Peace Corps.

Riehl also delivered a formal presentation for students interested in the ...

Living & Arts: Local libraries bring best-selling author

John Grogan, author of the best-selling book "Marley & Me," will speak in Weber Chapel Auditorium tomorrow at 7 p.m.

The event was coordinated by "Read Across the Valley (RAV)," a cooperative program between 14 libraries throughout the...

Forum: Students: mind your manners

A few weeks ago, it seemed there was one rude thing after another popping up in the media, but I've noticed nearly every day that Susquehanna students have been irresponsible with their own actions. Let's go over a few common sense rules that I...

Sports: Susquehanna continues recent slide

Susquehanna's men's soccer team lost its third consecutive game in a non-conference matchup against Wilkes by a score of 2-1 at Ralston Field on Sept. 30.

Susquehanna (3-7-0 overall) Head Coach Jim Findlay wanted his team to "create a few more...

Sports: Volleyball has strong showing in tournament

The Susquehanna women's volleyball team won both of its non-conference matches against St. Mary's of Maryland, 3-1, and Farleigh Dickinson-Florham, 3-1, on day two of the 2009 Susquehanna University Invitational at O. W. Houts Gymnasium on ...



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