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October 30, 2009
Vol. 51 No. 7

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News: Religion and politics: hot topics explored

"Today, science and science education are under attack; they are under attack by those who think students shouldn't learn about evolution because it may cause them to ask questions about the world around them," lawyer Richard B. Katskee said on...

News: Brainiacs battle it out for computer accolades

Susquehanna students are kicking their brains into high gear and competing in the 34th annual Battle of the Brains competition.

This year, two Susquehanna teams will compete for the chance to go to the world finals of the Battle of the Brains...

Living & Arts: Borough, university observe Halloween

Halloween is celebrated in numerous ways throughout the Selinsgrove borough, ranging from children trick-or-treating to college students hosting haunted houses.

According to Selinsgrove Borough Manager John Bickhart, the mayor is in charge of...

Forum: Editor says 'cattle' call is offensive

"It remains to be seen how many kids will hop the fence. But you have to deal with the public as cattle, and we're building a corral," said Selinsgrove Borough Manager John Bickhart in a recent Daily Item article regarding Susquehanna's new fence,...

Sports: Soccer keeps playoff hopes alive with win

On Oct. 24, a cloudy and temperate afternoon at the Sassafras Fields Complex, the Susquehanna men's soccer team edged out Landmark Conference rival Moravian in a 1-0 victory.

Senior co-captain defender Andrew Cordell Carey assisted sophomore...

Sports: Football waves goodbye to a 'special group'

The Susquehanna football team will lose 12 seniors to graduation after this season, Dave Paveletz, Erich Majors, Drew Champney, Pete Johnsen, Justin Young, Keith Howell, Josh Simpson, J.J. Moran, Mike Buonocore, Tony McIntosh, Marc McDonough and...

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