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March 25, 2011
Vol. 52 No. 18

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News: Country left crippled

Nearly 20,000. That's the number of lives predicted to be lost as a result of the devastating earthquake and subsequent tsunami that hit Japan on March 11, and SU Bellydance had to do something to help.

"I couldn't tear my eyes away from CNN for...

News: Sexual assault leads to increased security

Progress continues to be made in resolving last Friday's sexual assault case, according to Director of Public Safety Tom Rambo. He said Susquehanna's Department of Public Safety and the Pennsylvania State Police are assisting Selinsgrove Borough...

Living & Arts: Imago Theater presents a walk on the wild side

"You have to see it to really get a sense of it," said Valerie Martin, as she described the style of ZooZoo, the upcoming Artist Series performance scheduled for Tuesday, March 29 at 7:30 p.m. in Degenstein Theater.

ZooZoo, a production by Imago...

Sports: Baseball team salvages a win vs. Haverford

It was a rough weekend in what has been a rough start to the year for the Crusader baseball team. The men finished the weekend 1-3. This included a home double header on Saturday against Haverford and a road double header on Sunday against Franklin...

Sports: Men's lacrosse bounces back after a tough loss to Franklin & Marshall

The Susquehanna men's lacrosse team has started this season off on the right foot, but their great start would be tested by tough competition this week.

The Crusaders' most recent matchup had them paired with Lebanon Valley. This contest was a...





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