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October 08, 2010
Vol. 52 No. 5

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News: Activist notes injustice in justice system

"While there are still souls in prison, I am not free," Angela Davis said.

On Thursday, the infamous Black Panther activist visited Susquehanna in the first installment of the new series, "Adams Presents," sponsored by the Arlin M. Adams Center...

News: GSA calls for action

The recent lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT)-related suicides that have made national news have also caught the attention of Susquehanna's Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA).

Tonight at 8, GSA will host a memorial and candlelight...
Karla Kelsey

Living & Arts: Poet to read from collection

Assistant Professor of Creative Writing Karla Kelsey will read from "Iteration Nets," her second full-length collection of poems, on Monday, Oct. 11 at 7:30 p.m. in Isaacs Auditorium.

Born and raised in Southern California, Karla Kelsey attended...

Forum: Editor says think before you speak

Ignorance is not bliss. How did a lack of knowledge turn into a blissful state, when the stupidity that is demonstrated portrays upon yourself a negative image? Although the weight of clarity can fog the conscious with reality, look at this...
Showing off

Sports: Field hockey falls, 2-1

The Susquehanna field hockey team lost to Juniata on Wednesday, in their first conference defeat of the season. They are now 6-6 overall.

Juniata racked up shots on goal early and often, attacking Crusader junior goalie Erin Ferguson, who...

Sports: Volleyball team hits its stride

Susquehanna 3, Moravian 1

After Susquehanna lost the last four points of the third set, the team recovered in the fourth set to beat Moravian.

In the third set, Susquehanna held an advantage until 24-22, when Moravian went on a four point ...



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