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October 26, 2012
Vol. 54 No. 7

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News: SU tradition enjoyed by all

Students at Susquehanna have been gearing up all month long for the spooky festivities happening next week.

Halloween on the Ave is a tradition cherished by both students on campus and families throughout the Selinsgrove community.


News: Scarecrows stand for more than just Halloween spirit

Traditionally, scarecrows can be a little spooky and scare away more than just birds. But Susquehanna's Scarecrows for a Cause aims to have the opposite effect.

Organized by senior Jessica Ranck, the group works to raise money for various...

Living & Arts: Artist Series welcomes British a capella group

No tricks, only treats this Halloween as Susquehanna prepares for a performance from the world-famous a capella group, the King's Singers.

This all-male singing group, hailing from the United Kingdom, will serve as this year's musical component...

Forum: Halloween costumes bring back memories

Halloween has always been my favorite holiday and each year brings new experiences that make me love it even more.

My first memory of Halloween is the costume I went out trick or treating with my grandmother, who lived 500 miles away. She made ...

Sports: Crusaders continue hot streak in shutout wins

"I could tell in the warm-up that we had a good energy," head coach Jim Findlay said before the Crusaders game against Kings. Senior defender Sam Meister said the team had good reason to be motivated for the game because they were playing for...
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Sports: Soccer seniors honored for their contributions

Every senior athlete cherishes each minute of their final go-round in their respective sport as the season comes to a close.

For the seniors on the men's soccer team, their final season wearing the Crusaders uniform has been going relatively ...


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