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March 18, 2011
Vol. 52 No. 17

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News: Senshu program buddies up

While many of our parents and grandparents were content to have visited a handful of American states, the fast-paced, internet-fueled bent of today's society makes an understanding of other countries, cultures and ways of life crucial to many ...

News: Lottery offers students various living arrangements

With seven weeks left in the semester, summer is right around the corner, and most students are now focused on term papers, projects and finals. But do you know where you will be living next year?

Beside the three freshman residence halls:...

Living & Arts: Latin flavor spices up Susquehanna life

This week students are encouraged to immerse themselves in a cultural experience that explores "Latino and Beyond," according to the title for this year's 16th annual Latino Symposium. The theme this year is immigration.

Professor of Spanish...

Sports: Crusaders battle early season struggles

Freshman midfielder Michelle McGinniss scored six goals in the game, but it couldn't prevent the Susquehanna women's lacrosse team from losing their final spring break matchup against Muhlenberg, 13-10, in rainy conditions in Hilton Head, South...

Sports: Baseball stumbles out of the gate against Misericordia

The Susquehanna baseball team started its season with a 3-7 swing on their recent trip to Florida.

Head Coach Denny Bowers said, "The idea is to get out and play and see where we are as a whole team."

Misericordia 2, Susquehanna 1 (Game...



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