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September 23, 2011
Vol. 53 No. 3

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News: Kings Foil to open for the Fall Concert

The artists that will be performing in the fall concert on Oct. 22 are Far East Movement and Neon Trees. The announcement was made at this year's rave.

The Student Activities Committee (SAC) organizes a concert every semester, and in the past ...

News: Ceremony rededicates Fisher

On Sept. 14, a ceremony was held to rededicate the building of Fisher Science Center as Fisher Hall after its recent renovation.

Provost Carl Moses opened the event by welcoming the audience to what will now be known as Fisher Hall. He ...

Living & Arts: Concert honors life, music of composer

In celebration of composer Franz Liszt's 200th anniversary of his birth, Assistant Professor of Music Naomi Niskala and Adjunct Faculty Music member Jeffrey Fahnestock performed portions of Liszt's repertoire at a concert held on Wednesday. ...

Forum: Writer encourages club involvement

Susquehanna's International Club is making radical changes this year. They are implementing new ideas and creating a bigger plan for addressing international issues. As most people may have realized living in central Pennsylvania, we are not the...

Sports: Cross-country hosts alumni

On an overcast and cool Saturday morning, the Susquehanna cross-country team ran the three-mile course in the Ashley Shell Tomlinson Alumni Run on Sept. 17. The event commemorated 50 years of cross-country at Susquehanna.

"The Alumni Run in and...

Sports: Crusaders' losing streak continues

Susquehanna 1, York 5

Having lost three games in a row, Susquehanna field hockey head coach Kaitlyn Wahila said the team wanted to focus on their game play. To prepare for the game, Wahila wanted to have a "competitive practice day" before their...



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