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September 30, 2011
Vol. 53 No. 4

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News: Speaker reveals science of fear

"His research seeks to find out how fear works in the brain," said Erin Keen Rhinehart of Dr. Kerry Ressler, who spoke in Degenstein Theater on Sept. 27.

Kessler's lecture, titled, "Fear and Its Inhibition: From Mice to Men," focused on how the...

News: Stefanovige involved in fatal crash

Recent Susquehanna gr-aduate David Stefanovige '11 died on Wednesday evening after his car collided with a Honda Odyssey on Route 15, about two miles south of Williamsport. He was 22.

According to police reports, Stefanovige was heading home ...

Living & Arts: Professor shares latest books

Professor of English and Creative Writing and Director of the Writers' Institute Gary Fincke read from his latest books, "The History of Permanence" and "Reviving the Dead," on Sept. 29 at 7:00 p.m. in Isaacs Auditorium.

"The History of...

Forum: Student athlete discusses busy, worthwhile schedule

My alarm clock has been set to wake me up at 5:45 a.m. more times in the past few weeks than I can bear to think about. Why has this ungodly hour been my welcome into the world on a nearly daily basis? Softball. For about 25 girls, fall ball has...

Sports: Women's soccer earns first conference win

Susquehanna 1, Wilkes 1
(2 OT)

The Susquehanna women's soccer team kept their unbeaten run intact, but with a draw against visiting Wilkes, 1-1, in double overtime on Sept. 28.

The Crusaders (1-0 Landmark, 5-2-1 overall) got off only two...

Sports: Field Hockey struggles, drops to 0-1 in Landmark

The Susquehanna field hockey team struggled against Franklin & Marshall on Sept. 27, losing 6-0 after managing just three shot attempts.

Going into the game, junior midfielder Tiffany Collins said the team wanted to play their game.




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