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September 06, 2013
Vol. 55 No. 1

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News: Traditions unite Susquehanna

The loud rumbles and sparks of fireworks above a crowded park. The tantalizing smells of fresh-baked cookies during the holidays. Traditions are everywhere in society, from family recipes handed down through the generations to the planning of a...

News: 9/11 memorial graces Susquehanna campus

How does a piece of charred twisted metal from one of the nation's most horrific tragedies end up on Susquehanna's campus?
In 2009, David Richard, associate dean of the school of arts & sciences and professor of
biology, noticed an article in ...

Living & Arts: Faculty offers reading to integrate students

With a new academic year having just begun, members of the creative writing department presented a faculty reading on Sept. 5 as a way to welcome new majors to the program and to help first-years and upperclassman get to know each other.
"The year...

Forum: Editor adjusts to home after parents' divorce

Like most summers before it, this summer delivered its fair share of anticipated difficulties.
My most frequent tribulations included painful mosquito bites, hair-ruining humidity and painful, peeling sunburns (the result of being kin with Casper...

Sports: Crusaders tame Lions' roar

Lauren Cram wasted little time starting her collegiate field hockey career on the right foot against Albright.
The first-year took a pass from junior forward Brodie Ercole in the middle of the box in the fourth minute and beat the goalkeeper low ...

Sports: West going north for cross country

Ashley West burst onto the scene last year as a freshman, winning Landmark Rookie of the Year.
Judging by her performance in the season-starting Bison Open, West started off this season on the right foot as Susquehanna opened its season at...


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