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October 28, 2011
Vol. 53 No. 7

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News: 'Feeling so fly like a G6'

"Each band had its own personality and setup. We didn't get to talk much to Neon Trees, but King's Foil and Far East Movement were really nice and funny," stage manager Lisa Kimball said about the fall concert that took place on Saturday in Weber...

News: Alumna honored at D.C. ceremony

A Susquehanna alumnus has been awarded the Presidential Citizens Medal for her work as founder of Soldier's List, a support system which aids soldiers and their families.

Michelle McIntyre-Brewer graduated from Susquehanna with an English ...

Living & Arts: Acting with the 'Funny Girl'

Stepping into a role created by legend Barbra Streisand is not easy, but senior Amanda Robinson is up to the task as she prepares to perform the iconic role of Fanny Brice in "Funny Girl" as her capstone roll starting Thursday, Nov. ...

Forum: Halloween treats may give personal insight

It's Halloween night, and you just got back from a long, hard night of trick or treating. You open your candy bag to see what kind of goodies you've gotten. Which one catches your eye first? What does this choice say about you?

If you ...

Sports: Blue Jays blank Crusaders

Susquehanna 0, Elizabethtown 1

In a nonconference game Tuesday evening, Susquehanna fell 1-0 to Elizabethtown, allowing the winning goal in the last 14 seconds of regulation.

Going into the game, senior captain and midfielder Samantha Price...

Sports: Men's soccer bested by 'Jays

Susquehanna 1, Elizabethtown 4

The Susquehanna men's soccer team was able to keep a tight game with Elizabethtown until the final 25 minutes when the Blue Jays overcame the Crusaders to win by a score of 4-1 on Oct. 26.

Susquehanna kept the...



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