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April 01, 2011
Vol. 52 No. 19

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News: Students launch 'Pies for Nancy'

The Susquehanna community came together yesterday afternoon to pie members of Greek life to raise money in support of a Susquehanna Aramark member.

On Feb. 11, Aramark employee Nancy Pratt suffered a medical condition and lost control of her...

News: Phi Mu Delta band bests the rest in Battle of the Bands

The rush and urgency of music in a live setting, the spontaneity of the performances and the sheer volume of amplified music in a performance space, coupled with the communal experience of being a part of a crowd make live music an engaging and...

Living & Arts: Seniors take stage for final show

During April, music performance majors and music students will continue to perform recitals aimed at testing the musical talent of the performers.

Three senior recitals and one junior recital will be featured during the first two weeks of ...

Sports: Softball extends streak to six, sweeps Lycoming

Tuesday marked a very special day for the Susquehanna Softball team as they swept rival Lycoming in a doubleheader extending their win streak to six games. On top of the sweep, it was the team's designated Pink Day and the two victories helped...

Sports: Golf swings into season

The Susquehanna Men's golf team finished in 11th place out of 14 in the McDaniel tournament over the weekend at The Bridges Golf Club in Abbottstown.

In cold and blustery conditions on Day 1 of the tournament, the Crusaders opened up their ...


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