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February 26, 2010
Vol. 51 No. 16

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News: Donations receive big rewards

Who says you need to play the lottery to win it big?

Susquehanna may be awarded $1 million this spring.

The donation is part of the million-dollar alumni challenge "Every1 Counts."
Susquehanna has been part of the Changing Lives, Building...

News: Historians blend medicine and arts

A winter weather advisory and the threat of snow and ice canceled psychologist Alexander Levy's presentation about coping with parents' deaths. Levy was to be the keynote speaker for the Medical Humanities Initiative (MHI) and is expected to...

Living & Arts: Jack's Mannequin to take the stage

Jack's Mannequin will perform in the spring concert that will be hosted by the Student Activities Committee (SAC) tomorrow night.

The concert will be in Weber Chapel Auditorium and the doors will open at 6:30 p.m.

According to senior and SAC...

Forum: 2010 female Olympians go for gold

Given that it is Winter Olympic season and our column is titled "For the Win," we thought we should celebrate a few of the top American female competitors of the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver, Canada. We've dubbed them "Females That...

Sports: Crusaders' title run sunk by Mariners

Susquehanna's pursuit of a championship came to a halt Wednesday night as they were defeated by top-seeded Merchant Marine, 69-61, in the first round of the Landmark Conference playoffs.

The fourth-seeded Crusaders (15-11) were outrebounded...

Sports: Women fall short in semifinals

The Susquehanna women's basketball team fell to the No. 10 ranked Moravian Greyhounds in the semifinals of the Landmark Conference Championships, 52-44.

Head Coach Jim Reed said, "We cannot beat ourselves by committing turnovers, especially at ...



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