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October 19, 2012
Vol. 54 No. 6

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News: SIFE walks to eliminate blindness

Susquehanna's first Walk to Eliminate Blindness, organized by Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE), raised more than $800 for the Foundation Fighting Blindness and is set to become an annual event.

The walk was held on Oct. 7 in the Lopardo ...

News: New clubs up to bat get advice for funds

There are more than 100 clubs on campus, but students are always looking for more opportunities to turn interests into organizations. Student-run clubs are a huge part of campus and whether you are interested in belly dancing or public speaking,...

Living & Arts: Think pink and save 'the girls'

Designated as the National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM), people around the world are gathering together in October to educate and empower women to take charge of their own breast health.

NBCAM is the international health campaign...

Forum: Sustainability takes precedence on campus

Interested in living a little bit greener? Intrigued by learning to live more sustainably? Sign up and participate in EcoChallenge. EcoChallenge 2012 is a unique opportunity for people to make a positive change in their lives. The goal of the...

Sports: Field hockey preys on Cougars in 2-1 victory

Nicole Solino scored a goal in the 45th minute that would prove to be the game-winner as the Crusaders defeated Kean 2-1 on Wednesday.

The senior forward capitalized on a scramble in front of the net and buried a ball in the back of the cage for...

Sports: Crusaders lose tight game on Senior Day

A goal from Juniata junior midfielder Rose Lucidi in the sixth minute was the lone offensive tally in a game dominated by defense as the Crusaders fell 1-0 to the Eagles (9-5-1 overall, 2-2 Landmark Conference).

The Crusaders (4-8-2, 0-3-2)...


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