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February 18, 2011
Vol. 52 No. 15

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News: University offers Fellowship

The Hitchner Fellowship is being offered once again to students at Susquehanna.

According to Susquehanna's Center for Diversity and Social Justice, the Hitchner Fellowship was founded in 2007 by the Carl H. Hitchner Foundation, named for the ...

News: Are you satisfied?

It's 12:15 p.m. on a Tuesday, and you've got 20 minutes to print your paper and sprint to class. But when you walk into the computer lab, there isn't a single open computer, and you're forced to choose between a late grade and a late class arrival....

Living & Arts: Play's success creates new possibilities

Last week, from Feb. 10 to Feb. 13, the Department of Theatre ran its first full-length student directed production, "The Hot L Baltimore."

"The Hot L Baltimore" focuses on the Hotel Baltimore, which is set for demolition. The marquee is so run...

Forum: Writer values campus service

When prospective students come to tour Susquehanna, everyone is shown the beautiful campus, the competitive curriculum, our amazing study abroad programs and Susquehanna's motto: "Achievement, Leadership, Service."

At least for me, when I was...

Sports: Basketball season winds down

The Crusaders fell to Scranton 86-77 on Friday, but rebounded against Moravian with an 82-79 victory in the final home game of the season to improve to 10-14 on the year.

In a frightening moment in the first half, Scranton's freshman guard Tommy...

Sports: Ice Hockey falls in first round

The Susquehanna ice hockey team has had quite a run this season, but all of that was ended this weekend in the first round of the playoffs.

The Crusaders found themselves in the first round, facing off against Mount Saint Mary's, without three...



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