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September 24, 2010
Vol. 52 No. 3

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News: Geisinger, university partnership takes off

The Susquehanna Health Center has teamed up with Geisinger Health System to bring students more services, quicker care and better facilities.

The newly remodeled building, located at 620 University Ave., will be open for student use on Tuesday,...
Living on a prayer

Living & Arts: Rooted in religion

For most young adults, college is a time to grow. They are exposed to new ideas and must contend with viewpoints that go against their own.

College is also a time when many students fall away from their faiths. Homework, busy schedules or doubt...

Forum: From President L. Jay Lemons

Welcome Families!

It is a great rite of autumn that we have a special weekend set aside for families of Susquehanna students to come to Sel-insgrove to enjoy in a wide range of activities that showcase student talent, an opportunity for ...
Going deep

Sports: Ritter shines in Crusaders' loss

Following a strong performance in their last game against Juniata, the Crusaders fell to the Mules of Muhlenberg 21-14 at Nicholas A. Lopardo Stadium on Saturday, September 15. Susquehanna entered the contest with a record of 1-1, and Muhlenberg...
Playing the field

Sports: Field hockey suffers tough stretch

Following an overtime victory against Houghton and a shutout loss at Montclair State, the field hockey team lost a closely contested game against Elizabeth-town on Sept. 22, bringing its overall record to an even 4-4.

The Elizabethtown game was ...



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