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October 23, 2009
Vol. 51 No. 6

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News: Multiple religions discussing sexuality

On Wednesday, Oct. 14, Rev. Mark Wm. Radecke, Susquehanna's chaplain, and the Center for Diversity and Social Justice hosted a panel and discussion in which three Selinsgrove residents discussed the complications currently in America.

Rabbi Kate...

News: PLUS trip offers more than service learning

Susquehanna's Philippines: Learning, Understanding and Service (PLUS) program will hold its fifth trip to the Philippines after the 2010 spring semester from May 18 until June 2.

This service learning program, inspired by SU CASA, is led by...

Living & Arts: 'The hills are alive' at Susquehanna

The Susquehanna Department of Theatre will present seven performances of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Tony award-winning musical "The Sound of Music." Held in the Degenstein Theater, the show will run for two weekends, with the first performance on...

Forum: Editor rues senior year, growing up

After dreaming and counting down the days for this year, my senior year, to get here, I can't help but have mixed and ambivalent feelings toward it. Yay, it's finally senior year and I can finally take a breath and take only 13 credits. Wait,...

Sports: Robertiello's two goals take down Eagles

A late save by freshman goalkeeper Pat Horan, followed by a goal from junior forward Jim Robertiello, gave Susquehanna the 2-1win over visiting Juniata on Oct. 20.
Susquehanna (6-9-1, 2-3-0 Landmark Conference) opened the scoring in the 10th ...

Sports: Offensive explosion powers field hockey

Susquehanna (5-8, 2-2 Landmark) defeated Houghton, 6-1, in a non-conference game on Oct. 17. Houghton, which competes in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, while Susquehanna is an NCAA Division III program, stood no chance ...



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