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January 28, 2011
Vol. 52 No. 12

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News: Susquehanna honors Lemons' ten-year tenure

"It was a first impression of authenticity. Jay is Jay all the time," Jim Dunlop, a 2001 alumnus of Susquehanna, said. "It is the same guy I bump into all the time. It is the same guy I met 10 years ago."

Before the semester began 10 years ago,...

News: Long-serving professor Blessing dies

The loss of James Blessing, professor of political science, yesterday left a void in the heart of the Susquehanna community that may never be filled.

Blessing, 69, passed away Thursday morning at the Manor at Penn Village, where he stayed for ...

Living & Arts: 'I have a dream...'

"We need to ask, 'What is the civil rights issue of our day?'" Derrick N. Ashong, musician, artist, activist and entrepreneur, said during his speech on Thursday, Jan. 20 about sustaining the dream of Martin Luther King Jr.

Ashong was the ...

Forum: Editor picks healthy lifestyle

Ah, it's my final semester of college and feelings of elation come and go with its realization. In a time of confusion over next steps and the pressures of exceeding expectations, I have found a deep desire to have some control.

Applying to...

Sports: Harvey Pannell: Sophomore Sparkplug

Picture a basketball player running down the court with a skill set to constantly keep the defense guessing. If you thought of Crusaders sophomore guard/forward Harvey Pannell, you are correct.

Pannell has been featured prominently in the...

Sports: University mourning the death of Pittello

On Thursday, Jan. 6, the Susquehanna community lost one of its most beloved family members with the passing of former football coach and Susquehanna alumnus Bob Pittello '51. He was 83 years old.

The Mount Carmel native, was remembered during...


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