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March 26, 2010
Vol. 51 No. 18

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News: Susquehanna gets rearranged

With the new science building officially up and running, boxes and packing tape are sure to be seen as many Susquehanna departments begin to move to new locations around campus.

Vice President for Student Life & Dean of Students Phil Winger ...

News: Siren alert system gets test run

On Thursday, April 8, the Department of Public Safety has scheduled an emergency siren test at noon for the Susquehanna campus. The test will last no more than 15 minutes and was scheduled during the Tuesday/Thursday lunch break in order to not...

Living & Arts: Artist Series brings dance to campus

Degenstein Theater was a packed house on Wednesday, March 24 for a performance by one of the most popular dance companies in the country: Ailey II.

Ailey II, which was founded in 1974, falls under the Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation, the umbrella...

Forum: Some things will not be missed here

As a senior, I know that there are certain realizations that I will have (and have already had) about my last semester. Most of them are a little sad: realizing this is the last time all of my friends will be in the same place, knowing that I can't...

Sports: Women cruise to 18-9 victory

The Susquehanna women's lacrosse team cruised past Marymount, 18-9, in a non-conference game at the Sassafras Fields Complex on March 20.

The win was Head Coach Laura Moan's 100th career victory. Moan is now 10-10 in her second season here. Her...

Sports: Softball takes out Dickinson

The Susquehanna softball team swept its second consecutive non-conference doubleheader with a pair of victories over Dickinson on March 13, improving to12-4 on the season. The team won game one by a score of 4-2, and the second game 5-4.




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