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February 25, 2011
Vol. 52 No. 16

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News: Concert to feature DJ Pauly D

For this year's concert, Susquehanna will be fist pumping its way into spring with disc jockey Pauly "D" DelVecchio.

On Saturday, March 19, the Student Activities Committee will be hosting a dance party with DJ Pauly D in the field house....

News: Community urged to 'Thank A Grad'

Whether you've eaten in the Evert Dining Hall or you're part of the 92 percent of students receiving some form of financial aid, every Susquehanna student has benefited from an alumni donation in one way or another.

It's for this reason that t...

Living & Arts: Women expose the secrets for empowerment

"The Vagina Monologues," a play about female empowerment and self-realization, will be performed this weekend in Weber Chapel.

"It's a show everyone should see at least once in their life," senior Christiana Paradis said. Paradis is this year's...

Forum: Student opens up with discussion of new favorite book

If you're like me, you haven't been able to find an out-of-this-world book series ever since you finished those last few pages of "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows."

I have been on the prowl for years trying to find a book series that could...

Sports: Championship bound

For the Susquehanna men's and women's track & field teams, the focus is now squarely on the Landmark Championships, being held next week. On Saturday, however, the team had one last hurdle to leap, and that was the SU Invitational.

Overall it...

Sports: Basketball finishes on high note

Susquehanna men's basketball finished its 2010-11 season last Saturday with a 75-67 victory over conference rival Juniata.

The team has not had the same type of success as in years past, but played hard until the end of the season.



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