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November 05, 2010
Vol. 52 No. 8

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News: Faculty office hours continue to be an issue

For Susquehanna students who are attempting to discuss the changes to office hours that were made last semester still remain a concern.

In the spring, professors scaled back the number of office hours they were required to hold. According to ...
Live, laugh, love your body

News: Students inspired to love their bodies

This past week, Women-Speak and the Introduction to Women's Studies class encouraged students to love your bodies.

Love Your Body Week is a national campaign created to promote positive body image for all body shapes and sizes.

Tearsa Brown,...
virtuosic sound

Living & Arts: Academy opens Artist Series

The Academy of St. Martin in the Fields and pianist Jonathan Biss performed in Weber Chapel yesterday at 7:30 p.m., marking the first performance of the 2010-11 Susquehanna Artist Series.

Dean of Arts, Humanities and Communications and head of...

Forum: Editor voices opinion on Series

Another October has ended, and another fall classic has come to a close. It was a World Series that no one could have seen coming at the beginning of the season, or even at the beginning of the playoffs. On Monday night, the San Francisco Giants...

Sports: Volleyball prepares for postseason run

On Saturday the Susquehanna volleyball team wrapped up its regular season by picking up two wins at Marymount in Arlington, Virginia.

In the first game, the Crusaders shut out Eastern Mennonite by a score of 3-0, winning 25-19, 25-12, 25-17. It...
out of reach

Sports: Crusaders fall short in semis

The Susquehanna field hockey team came into the Landmark Conference semifinals riding a six-game winning streak, but players could not maintain the momentum as they were defeated by Catholic, 6-0 Wednesday at the Sassafras fields complex.

The...

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