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November 11, 2011
Vol. 53 No. 9

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News: Krivitsky remembered at ceremony

A memorial service for freshman Elissa Krivitsky was held on Nov. 9 in Stretansky Concert Hall to "celebrate Elissa's life," according to Rev. Mark Wm. Radecke, university chaplain.

Krivitsky died on Oct. 19 in Providence, Rhode Island during...

News: Campus opens new research facility

A research facility focused on adolescent development, attitudes and behavior has been opened by Susquehanna.

"Anyone who knows President Lemons, and I'm sure many of you do, know that he takes a personal interest in his students," said Cheryl...

Living & Arts: Competition displays students' music skills

The Susquehanna Orchestra held its annual Concerto/Aria Competition on Nov. 8 at the Stretansky Concert Hall with 12 students getting the chance to showcase the pieces they were working on for a chance to perform that piece with the SU Orchestra...

Forum: TOMS envisions global charity efforts

While sifting through my usual shopping (well, window-shopping) websites, I came across a remarkable program featured by TOMS shoe company. TOMS, which is known for its charity work providing shoes to children in need, has recently set up another...

Sports: Seniors reflect on SU careers

Both the Susquehanna men's and women's soccer seasons came to an end early last week after the teams lost in Landmark Conference semi-final games.

After a crucial 1-1 tie with conference opponent Moravian last Sunday, the women's team lost the...

Sports: Catholic swimming sunk by Crusaders

The Susquehanna men's and women's swimming home meet on Nov. 5 against Catholic ended with both squads improving to 2-0. The women finished with a 164-98 score, while the men beat Catholic 146-115.

"It was an opportunity for us to race against a...



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