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September 16, 2011
Vol. 53 No. 2

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News: Mopping Up

It was supposed to ruin everything. One week ago, Tropical Storm Lee, whose reputation had long preceded him, finally arrived in Selinsgrove and brought with him rains that were forecasted to flood the area worse than it had ever seen before. Homes...

News: Community mourns the loss of 'Koz'

A memorial service for Dr. Richard Kozlowski, known with affection as "Koz," will be held on Friday, Sept.16, in the Fisher Hall atrium.
The service, organized by Chaplain Mark Radecke, will begin at 4:30 p.m. with a montage of photographs from...

Living & Arts: Reading relays our fears

"Fear is the sense of feeling threatened," said David Ropeik, consultant in risk perception and risk communication and author of "How Risky is It, Really?"

On Sept. 15, in Weber Chapel Auditorium at 8 p.m., Ropeik gave a lecture during the ...

Forum: Writer adjusts to college experience

Moving from high school to college is an unbelievable adjustment for any teenager. The environment, workload, variety of students and opportunity for a fresh start combine to create an experience that will reroute your life. But this monumental...

Sports: Susquehanna drops two straight in OT

Susquehanna 1, Misericordia 2

Overtime seems to be the Crusaders' weakness this season seeing how they've dropped their second loss in a row in extra minutes, 2-1 to Misericordia on Tuesday. The game was evenly matched with both teams splitting...

Sports: Volleyball splits tournament

Susquehanna 0, Pitt-Greensburg 3

In the opening game of the Washington & Jefferson tournament, Susquehanna lost to Pitt-Greensburg 3-0. Junior middle hitter/outside hitter Emily Carson recorded 18 kills and nine digs, one dig away from a...



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