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November 04, 2011
Vol. 53 No. 8

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News: Speaker analyzes 'Islamophobia'

Journalist Stephen Schwartz presented his lecture titled "Islamophobia: America's New Fear Industry" on Nov. 1 in Isaacs Auditorium in Seibert Hall. The presentation addressed common misconceptions regarding the Islamic religion that have resulted...

News: LeaderShape helps inspire and develop young minds

Susquehanna is now accepting applications for LeaderShape, a national leadership program designed for all students who are interested in learning more about themselves, their peers and how to develop leadership skills.

The LeaderShape program is...

Living & Arts: Greek Life pairs up for pageant

On Thursday, Nov. 10, Alpha Delta Pi will be hosting its first annual Beauty and the Greek competition to benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities.

"I think it's a great way to get Greek Life known around campus to new students and to show...

Forum: Athlete weighs in on the gym divide

Snow starting to show up in the forecast means it's time for sports and workouts to move inside.

There's really only so much you can do in your dorm room where I have witnessed ab exercises go wrong multiple times, including someone accidently...

Sports: Men's rugby beats Bucknell, makes playoffs

A little mud and snow never hurt anyone, and it certainly did not hold back the Susquehanna Men's Rugby Club from securing a 34-10 victory over Bucknell to gain a spot in the Eastern Pennsylvania Rugby Union Division III playoffs.

Even with the...

Sports: SU competes at Birmingham-Southern, goes 1-3

The Susquehanna volleyball team traveled 840 miles to play in the Birmingham-Southern Fall Invitational in Birmingham, Alabama.

Junior middle hitter Kaylee Monga, who was named to the All-Tournament Team, said: "The drive was definitely long ...



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