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November 06, 2009
Vol. 51 No. 8

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News: Susquehanna bustles for big occasion

Homecoming preparations have been well under way for the past week as Susquehanna gears up to celebrate 151 years of "leadership, achievement and service."

According to Andrea Hoppenjans, interim director of campus activities, the annual...

News: Improper checkout fees: unplugged

Between tuition and books, school is expensive. Each penny saved can make a big impact-but so can each fee charged.

Improper closing fees can start to add up quickly if students aren't careful when leaving rooms for breaks. With a charge of $5...

Living & Arts: Medieval-themed dance to astound

This year's Homecoming Semi-Formal will be held tonight in Trax at 10 p.m., and it will feature DJ Roundhouse.

The event was planned by SAC executive members Steve Sassaman, senior and annual events chair and Sarah Andrews, sophomore and ...

Forum: Monopoly has affect on editor

I've seen my fair share of Michael Moore flicks, so I've become adept at thwarting the development of any crazy corporate conspiracy theories in my head. I haven't seen Moore's latest film, but I'm ready to dust off my foil hat.

I'm thoroughly...

Sports: Women's soccer earns playoff trip with victory

The Susquehanna women's soccer team won against opponent Drew on penalty kicks, 4-3, after a 0-0 tie through two overtime periods at Ranger Stadium on Nov. 4.

Senior goalkeeper Alyssa Kemmerer made a game-high eight saves and recorded a stop on ...

Sports: Men's soccer drops season finale

For the men's soccer team, the 2009 season ended on a rainy Halloween afternoon last Saturday in a 2-0 shutout loss to the Drew Rangers.

Freshman goalkeeper Pat Horan made three saves in the contest, but the Ranger offense was relentless, ...



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