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March 16, 2012
Vol. 53 No. 17

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News: Hate crimes strike fear in community

A recent hate crime off campus has been causing concern for campus officials and faculty members. The last week of February brought vandalism to a local synagogue in Sunbury. A car in the parking lot was defiled with a swastika and the word "Jew."...
LEVEL PLAYING FIELD

News: ARAMARK rumor 'just nuts'

Imagine eating at the same restaurant two to three times a day, seven days a week, for almost 30 weeks out of the year. This is the example Mike Coyne, Susquehanna's vice president for finance, used to describe the difficulty in providing college...
WORKS OF ART

Living & Arts: Students' works featured in library exhibition

Beginning Monday, March 12, art pieces from Assistant Professor of Art Ann Piper's fall semester printmaking class will be featured as part of a student exhibition held in the Blough-Weis Library.
"The works are some of the best pieces from the...
Emily Winters & Anna Spisak

Forum: Fashion Week arrives in Paris

With Hollywood cranking out amazing looks during the red carpet season and New York fashionistas hitting the concrete jungle during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, this is the most exciting time of the year for fashion lovers.
Paris Fashion Week just...
FINDING THE OPEN MAN

Sports: Crusaders lose in OT to Franklin & Marshall

A goal two minutes and 27 seconds into overtime gave Franklin & Marshall a 9-8 win over Susquehanna on Wednesday.
A goal from Diplomats (5-1 overall) freshman attack Will Ballantyne stunned the Crusaders (3-2) faithful after witnessing a frantic...
Jennifer Botchie

Sports: SU bids farewell to coach, seniors

The Crusader cheerleading squad not only graduates four seniors this spring but also loses head coach Jennifer Botchie.
Botchie, who finished her eighth season coaching at Susquehanna, said: "This has always been my dream. I went to school here...

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