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April 09, 2010
Vol. 51 No. 19

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News: Coal sparks energy discussion

The national "Green Movement" is not new to Susquehanna, but students hope to strengthen the university's involvement by eliminating the school's use of coal.

On April 17, Student Awareness for the Value of the Environment (SAVE) will host a...

News: University maps out the future

President L. Jay Lemons spoke of Susquehanna's strategic plan for focusing on sustainability, diversity, assessment and the continuation of building relationships for 2010-2013 academic years.

Susquehanna has been going under some level of...

Living & Arts: Fincke to read his new book

Susquehanna Professor Gary Fincke, professor of English, will share his latest work, "The Canals of Mars," at a reading on Monday, April 12 at 7:30 p.m. in Isaacs Auditorium.

Fincke is the Charles B. Degenstein Professor of English and Creative...

Forum: Hearsay not legitimate as evidence

Upon reading the letter "Student revisits speaker controversy," the only feeling I was capable of summoning was shock. I was shocked that exactly two years after the fact, this event was being rehashed on the Forum page. I was shocked that despite...

Sports: Men's LAX falls to Royals, 7-5

The Susquehanna men's lacrosse team battled Landmark Conference opponent Scranton on April 2 at the Sassafrass Fields Complex, but fell by a final decision of 7-5.

The Crusaders (5-5, 0-2 Landmark Conference) led the Royals 3-1 after the first...

Sports: Crusaders win again, roll to 7-4

The Susquehanna's women's lacrosse team cruised to its sixth straight win with a 19-8 victory over Neumann on April 7.

To go along with the tradition of the past four games, the Crusaders led the entire contest, taking the lead into the second...



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