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September 28, 2012
Vol. 54 No. 4

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News: Class of '16 offers a new perspective

Susquehanna's class of 2016 is not only the largest class to be welcomed to campus, but also the most diverse.

According to Christopher Clinton, associate director of admissions, this is the most diverse class of first-year students that...

Living & Arts: Visiting writer to ignite 'Firestorm' with reading

Zach Savich will be reading from his latest nonfiction book "Events Film Cannot Withstand" and works of poetry "Full Catastrophe Living" and "Firestorm" on Tuesday, Oct. 2 at 7:30 p.m. in Seibert Hall's Issacs Auditorium.

Savich is an assistant...

Forum: Bullying on Twitter not acceptable to students

It's come to the attention of many that a twitter account was recently opened that follows concept of people of Wal-Mart, except with students here at Susquehanna. For those who've never heard of the site, it's a very simple concept.

You...
OVER-RUNNING THE D

Sports: Crusaders stay close with Red Hawks, fall 5-0

After battling Montclair State in the first half and finding themselves down by one goal against a nationally ranked team, Montclair State (9-1 overall) scored four goals in the second half, giving them a 5-0 victory, and Susquehanna's seventh...
SWING AWAY

Sports: Women's golf sets school record

Men: 3rd place (SU Fall Invite)
The Susquehanna men's golf team finished in third place at the Susquehanna Fall Invite on Saturday.

Junior Anthony Canarie paced the team with an eight-over par 78 on the par 70 course. Canarie started on the...

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