The Crusader Online

February 11, 2011
Vol. 52 No. 14

Top Stories
Living & Arts

Current Issue

Search the Archives

SU Home Page

News: Vigil advocates for peace, unity

Susquehanna students came together in Isaacs Auditorium Wednesday night to learn more about the current unrest in the Middle East and Northern Africa and share their personal stories pertaining to the situation.

Speakers at the vigil, which was...

News: University makes bid on Pine Meadow complex

The university has decided to move forward with the purchase of the Pine Meadow Apartments following an assessment by the executive committee.

The investigation examined housing conditions as well as regulatory and environmental issues....

Living & Arts: Music students shine in February

This February, music fills the concert halls as 11 students prepare for their junior recitals.

These recitals fulfill a performance requirement for students majoring in music education and music performance.

Juniors Kristina Lang, Kelsey O'...

Forum: Writer whistles for nonprofit group

Over winter break, I was at the mall with my friend Amanda and her younger sister, Laura. I was very intrigued by a necklace that Laura was wearing.

At the end of a long, beaded chain hung a unique silver whistle. I asked Laura where she had...

Sports: Crusaders edged out by Drew

Susquehanna was narrowly defeated by conference opponent Drew on Saturday, Feb. 5 when sophomore Gina Palazzi's last-second shot bounced off the rim to give the host Rangers the 64-62 win.

Head Coach Jim Reed said, "We had a very disappointing...

Sports: Race to the finish

After a blistering season in which the men's team's only loss came in a relay meet, Coach Jerry Foley is entering the Landmark Swimming Championships with deep rosters.

In the beginning of the season, the men's team got off to a fast start,...





Top Stories | News | Living & Arts | Forum | Sports