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October 21, 2011
Vol. 53 No. 6

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News: Substance abuse on the rise

A safety and security report released this month by the university has shown that drug and alcohol violations and the number of sexual assaults on campus rose in 2010.

According to the report, under a federal law, all universities and colleges...

News: Freshman remembered, community mourns loss

Susquehanna freshman Elissa Krivitsky, 18, died on Oct. 19 at a Providence hospital after suffering from an unknown illness.

"The university is in constant communication with medical professionals from Geisinger Medical Center, as well as with...

Living & Arts: charity: water club works to bring clean, safe water to all

When CEO Scott Harrison founded his non-profit organization charity: water years ago, he had one thing in mind; to provide as much clean and safe water as he could to people in developing nations. When Harrison did the volunteer service aboard a...

Forum: Writer puts ETS exams to the test

Picture this. You enter a cold, dull room. The plain walls and tiles seem to blend all too well and you feel instantaneously uncomfortable.

Perhaps your discomfort stems from not being a fan of the sterile atmosphere of the room, but, as you ...

Sports: Cross-country fights the conditions at Gettysburg and DeSales Invites

Gettysburg Invitational (Women 13th, Men 7th)

In its last conference event before the Landmark Conference Championships, the Susquehanna men and women's cross-country teams placed 7th and 13th, respectively, at the Gettysburg Invitational on ...

Sports: Crusaders win on senior day over Goucher

Susquehanna 1, Washington and Jefferson 2

The Susquehanna field hockey team missed earning its first road win by one goal against Washington & Jefferson, falling on the road 2-1.

Going into the game, head coach Kaitlyn Wahila said she wanted...



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