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December 02, 2011
Vol. 53 No. 11

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News: Student accounts to go electronic

Electronic statements are the new and improved way to access your student account, thanks to the Business Services Department.

The electronic statement is a monthly statement showing charges for the semester, financial aid, payments and...

Living & Arts: Production to tackle infamous 90s murder

Susquehanna's Department of Theatre will present MoisÈs Kaufman and the Tectonic Theater Project's "The Laramie Project" as its annual fall production.

The three-act play will begin its run at the Degenstein Center Theatre on Thursday, Dec. 8...

Forum: Thankful thoughts shared by editor

As we all returned to campus this past week, many of us are still feeling the effects of the tryptophan from our Thanksgiving turkeys, it bothered me that the true essence behind the Thanksgiving holiday is lost amongst the hustle of holiday...

Sports: Crusaders sweep Pepsi/Weis Tournament

The Susquehanna women's basketball team took on 12th-ranked Lebanon Valley on Tuesday, Nov. 22nd.

It was a rough showing for the Crusaders as they dropped a 72-45 loss in the undoubtedly toughest task on their schedule.
The Flying Dutchmen's...

Sports: Crusaders struggle vs. Div. II Clarion

The Susquehanna men's basketball team's difficult early-season schedule continued on Tuesday with their trip to Clarion to face the Golden Eagles.

The Golden Eagles, a Division II team, entered the game at 2-3. Head coach Frank Marcinek said he...



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