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October 09, 2009
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News: Nature runs its course in West Village

Did you think learning the new Sassafras Complex names would be difficult? It probably won't be as difficult as learning the seven new names given to the buildings in the West Village Complex.

Last month, the new tree-inspired names became...

News: S/U alternative allows for fearless exploration

Of the many class-related options Susquehanna has to offer, not many students are familiar with the satisfactory/unsatisfactory option, or the S/U option.

According to Susquehanna Registrar Alex Smith, the S/U option, commonly referred to by...

Living & Arts: Choir adds to celebration at basilica

The Susquehanna University Choir sang at a celebratory service at the Basilica of Saints Cyril and Methodius in Danville on Sunday, Oct. 4 at 2 p.m.

The service honored the 100th anniversary of the order of the nuns who serve at the parish, the...

Forum: Editor says cleanliness is essential for campus

Dear Susquehanna, I think our swine flu prevention efforts have turned into somewhat of a crazed frenzy. While hand sanitizer at every turn and facial masks in designated spots are both good ideas, there are definitely other ways in which we can...

Sports: Volleyball goes 3-0 for tournament

The Susquehanna volleyball team competed in a Landmark Conference round-robin tournament on Oct. 3 and Oct. 4 at Moravian's Johnston Hall. The Crusaders went 3-0.

Susquehanna won its match convincingly in three sets, 25-12, 25-12, 25-18, over...

Sports: Susquehanna fails to capitalize on offense, loses 2-0

The Crusader men's soccer team was shut out by Scranton in a 2-0 decision on Saturday, Oct. 3, during its away Landmark Conference contest at Fitzpatrick Field.

During the opening minutes of play, Susquehanna's chances for its first Landmark win...

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