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February 12, 2010
Vol. 51 No. 14

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News: Vigil honors Haiti victims

Members of the Susquehanna community gathered last night for a vigil to raise awareness of the continuing difficulties faced by the earthquake-ravaged Haiti.

The country was struck by a 7.0 magnitude earthquake on Jan. 12 and the death toll is...

News: Garden harvests success

Students and faculty are getting their hands dirty this planting season.

A campus garden that saw use during the summer of 2009 will experience its first harvest as a full community-supported agriculture (CSA) initiative this spring.


Living & Arts: Budget cut reaches library

Current bestsellers, leisure DVDs and some periodicals have been cut from the budget of the Blough-Weis Library.

On July 1, 2009 -- the start of the current fiscal year -- the library received a 12 percent budget cut. According to University...

Forum: 'Lost' series generates love/hate fan bases

If someone watches an episode of "Lost" in a vacuum, they'll conclude it's clearly the worst television show ever made.

It sports an enormous and confusing ensemble cast, cardboard cutout characters (see: a pill-popping surgeon with daddy...

Sports: Swim teams bid farewell to eight

The Susquehanna men's and women's swim teams have been steadily gaining momentum as the season has progressed, each finishing the regular season with eight wins. Both teams' steady success can be largely attributed to an elite group of eight...

Sports: Crusaders dismantle Rangers, 65-46

Freshman forward Gina Palazzi recorded her first career double-double with a game-high-tying 12 points and a game-high 12 rebounds to lead Susquehanna past Drew, 65-46, in a Landmark Conference women's basketball game on "Pink Zone" Day at O.W....



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