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September 17, 2010
Vol. 52 No. 2

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News: Campus garden continues to grow

Susquehanna's campus garden is a newly developed area created to raise awareness of sustainability and to bring fresh, organic produce to the community. Carla Hine, campus garden manager and resource in community-supported agriculture (CSA)...
Sweet Ride

News: Bike Share encourages campus sustainability

As a part of Susquehanna's commitment to sustainability, the campus is taking part in a Bike Share program, Andy Nagy '08, coordinator of residence life for civic engagement, said.

"We were ready to bring it here," Nagy said. "We're excited to...
The secret life

Living & Arts: Theatre explores life of Holocaust victim

Most students have at some point been exposed to "The Diary of Anne Frank" in its book, play or movie form, and next weekend, audience members will have the opportunity to experience the best-selling novel again through the Susquehanna Department ...

Forum: The Postage Stamp

You know how you felt the first time you heard about outer space? I was in elementary school. We were singing on stage about all the planets, creating an acronym: My Very Edu-cated Mother Just Served Us Nine Pizzas. Although, I guess today we'd ...

Sports: Crusaders ice Geneva in Frostburg tournament

The Susquehanna volleyball team traveled to Frostburg, Maryland last weekend to compete in the Frostburg state tournament and turned out a dominating performance.

The Crusaders (6-4) took three out of four matches in two days of competition,...



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