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January 29, 2010
Vol. 51 No. 12

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News: Campus unites for Haitian relief

Like many around the world, the Susquehanna community has committed itself to helping the victims of the Haiti earthquake.

Days into the semester, students and organizations were already planning and carrying out ways they could aid the victims...

News: Seminar gathers leaders during break

From Jan. 11 through Jan. 16, the last week of winter break, Susquehanna students, faculty and staff took part in a nationally-known leadership building seminar called LeaderShape. The six-day leadership experience focused on issues such as...

Living & Arts: Psychic's special skills wow crowd

"How many of you have ever experienced déjà vu before?"
"How many of you have ever experienced déjà vu before?"

On Friday, Jan. 22 at 8 p.m. in Trax, mind reader specialist Robert Channing performed his psychic act for an audience of nearly 80...

Forum: Megan's Musings

Nearly four years in college have taught me a few lessons that I never wished to know, but they may come in handy should the time come that I don't have hot water or galoshes available.

From pants to food to spare time, there's something...

Sports: Drew, King's lost in Crusaders' wake

The men's and women's swimming and diving teams cruised past opponents Drew and King's in a tri-meet at the Garrett Sports Complex swimming pool on Jan. 23.

With help from junior Christie Savard, the women's team beat Drew 80-31 and King's ...

Sports: Susquehanna earns pair of conference wins

Susquehanna's junior forward/center Samantha Cartwright tallied team-highs of 12 points and 11 rebounds to lead the visiting Crusaders past Merchant Marine, 51-37, in a Landmark Conference game at the James W. Liebertz Gymnasium on...



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