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April 29, 2011
Vol. 52 No. 22

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News: Pine Meadow officially purchased

Susquehanna will purchase Pine Meadow Apartments, Susquehanna and Sencit Pine Meadow Associates LP announced on April 11. The university will own the property after the expiration of Senicit's 30-year U.S. Department of Housing and Urban ...

News: Senior Scholars Day recognizes outstanding research

Indubitably-- Senior ecology major Liz Fulton explains her research to an interested onlooker. Senior Scholars Day was held on April 26 in Degenstein Campus Center.

Susquehanna honored senior academic achievement on April 26 during the annual...

Living & Arts: Faculty reads and revisits South African roots

The Writers' Institute sponsored a faculty reading by Assistant Professor of English and Creative Writing, Glen Retief, on April 28.

The event was held at 7:30 p.m. in Isaacs Auditorium located in Seibert Hall.
Retief read excerpts from his...

Forum: Senior looks ahead with 'no fear'

Earlier this week, I read that education has surpassed the economy as Pennsylvania voters' biggest concern. Of course, as with most politics, the sudden sense of urgency is probably too little, too late, and the chance of increasing educational...

Sports: Lacrosse sweeps Royals, Pacers

The Susquehanna men's lacrosse team beat Marywood, 13-10, on April 20 in a game that was televised on Fox 56.

It was the Crusaders' (10-5, 2-2 Landmark Conference) third consecutive victory where they scored six goals in the second quarter and...

Sports: Crusaders end year with loss to Cards

The Susquehanna men's and women's tennis teams traveled to Washington D.C. to compete against Catholic in their final match of the season on April 21.

The women lost a nail-biter at 5-4 and the men were thrashed by a score of 9-0.

The women...


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