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October 29, 2010
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News: Panelists examine repercussions of Gulf crisis

The Center for Diversity and Social Justice (CDSJ) sponsored a panel on Tuesday, Oct. 26 to discuss the moral, environmental and political impact of the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, commonly referred to as the "Gulf crisis."

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News: Cortese promotes living a green life

With some people in this world making less than $2.50 a day and millions lacking access to clean drinking water, the issue of sustainable living has become what Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow Anthony Cortese has deemed "essential."

Cortese will...

Living & Arts: SGA to host Quidditch tournament on Smith Lawn

The first Susquehanna Quidditch Tournament, hosted by the Student Govern-ment Association (SGA), will take place on Saturday, Nov. 13 on Smith Lawn at 11 a.m.

The Quidditch Tournament, which is inspired by the main sport in the best-selling ...

Forum: Columnist shares 'two grievances'

First, it is so hot indoors that I am on the verge of having a psychotic episode. Actually, "hot" isn't the word I would use. It's more like the air we are expected to breathe and live in has turned into a blanket. My statistics classroom is at a...
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Sports: Crusaders earn postseason berth

On Oct. 27, the Crusaders suffered their sixth loss of the season to non-conference foe Elizabeth-town, 1-0.

Coming into the game, Susquehanna had won six of its last eight games and Elizabeth-town was on a nine-game win streak.

It was an...

Sports: Volleyball preparing for tough opponent

On Wednesday, Oct. 27, the Susquehanna volleyball team defeated Penn State-Berks 3-1. The Crusaders split the first two games with the Nittany Lions, but won the next two convincingly, posting scores of 25-18, 20-25, 25-17 and ...

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