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November 18, 2011
Vol. 53 No. 10

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News: Off-campus housing not guaranteed to all

The Department of Residence Life and Civic Engagement held an information session on Nov. 9 for students interested in moving off campus for the 2012-13 academic year.

Erica Stephenson, associate director of Residence Life and Civic Engagement,...

News: Students get a taste of poverty

On Nov. 14, sixty students filled a meeting room in the Degenstein campus center. A few were seated at a table set with a clean white cloth, folded napkins and sparkling silverware.

Others gathered at the margins of the room, seated in chairs...

Living & Arts: Big Band takes stage in concert

On Tuesday, Nov. 15, the SU Big Band performed its annual concert in the Stretansky Concert Hall.

Associate Professor of Music and Director of the SU Big Band Joshua Davis said, "In this concert, all the songs are songs we haven't played before...

Forum: 'Occupy' occupies student's thoughts

School-endorsed bus trips to New York City, Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia are relatively common occurrences at Susquehanna. It seems as though every other weekend a charter bus of some 30-odd students is en route to one of these des...

Sports: Seniors end careers in LC finals

Susquehanna's women's volleyball team will be losing key players after another successful season.

Senior captains Kate Reese and Natalie Cicioni have put four years of hard work and dedication into their team and have seen it pay off.

With ...

Sports: Swimming slow off the blocks at York

The Susquehanna men's and women's swimming teams traveled to York for their first non-conference meet of the season to compete against St. Mary's of Maryland, Dickinson and York on Nov. 12.

The men's team fell short against all three colleges,...



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