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September 10, 2010
Vol. 52 No. 1

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News: Uhl urges environmental ownership

"What is sustainability? Sustainability is love," said Chris Uhl, Penn State ecologist and author of "Developing Ecological Cons-ciousness: Path to a Sustain-able World."

On Thursday, Sept. 9, in Weber Chapel Auditorium at 8 p.m., Uhl gave a...

News: Book rentals made easy

The new Rent-A-Text program at the campus bookstore allows students to purchase their textbooks for less and return them, even with highlighting and notes in the margins.
Rent-A-Text allows students to save, on average, more than 50 percent off ...

Living & Arts: Music to praise Schumann

A chamber music concert celebrating the life of arch-Romantic composer Robert Schumann will be presented at 8 p.m. tonight in Stretansky Concert Hall by Associate Professor of Music Jennifer Sacher Wiley and music faculty from Dickinson...

Forum: Speaker shares emotional experience with students

As a reporter for "The Crusader," it is not unusual for me to write about a lecture; it is unusual for me, however, to be moved to tears by the presentation.

On Thursday, Sept. 2, Angela Rose, founder of Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment...

Sports: Volleyball hoping to spike opposition

When you walk past the gym this time of the year, you hear the sound of squeaking shoes. You hear girls yelling, "Mine!" You hear the sound of hands meeting volleyballs. That is the sound of the Susquehanna volleyball team.

This year the team...

Sports: Cross country aiming for 4-peat

As the Susquehanna men's cross country team begins a new season, new expectations and opportunities await.

The Crusaders return seven of their top eight runners from last season, the only departure being that of three-time individual champion...



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