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April 16, 2010
Vol. 51 No. 20

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News: Education act takes hold

March 30 saw the passage of what is considered the most extensive health industry overhaul the nation has ever seen, but the second half of the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act may be just as significant as the first.

The education...

News: Toes wiggle for awareness

No matter if they were sneakers, heels, flats or boots, students were taking off their shoes last Thursday as a part of One Day Without Shoes, an awareness-raising event centered around worldwide shoelessness sponsored by TOMS shoes.

According ...

Living & Arts: Dance Corps to debut skills in showcase

The year-long efforts of the SU Dance Corps (SUDC) will culminate in the annual Dance Showcase on Saturday, April 17 at 4 p.m. in Weber Chapel Auditorium. There is no admission charge for the event, but donations will be accepted.

"We put a ...

Forum: Columnists inspired by edgy female professors

What better way to end our college columnist careers than making a shout-out to our favorite badass female professors? That's right; we're bringing our girl power/badass lists back home with this one. We had a really hard time coming up with the...

Sports: Offensive explosion seals series victory

A five-run ninth inning rally pushed the Crusaders past Drew on April 11, securing them a 14-10 win and two-out-of-three games in the weekend series.

Sophomore Matt Lottes started the game for the Crusaders and threw five innings, giving up ...

Sports: Baseball team ready to wave goodbye to five

As the semester is coming to an end, the baseball season at Susquehanna is as well. With the closing of the season, the Crusaders will lose five seniors, all of which are vital assets to the team. These seniors are Zack Brigman, Jeff Kirch, Ben...


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