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September 13, 2013
Vol. 55 No. 2

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News: Group faces lack of funding

Harmonic Combustion describes itself as "Susquehanna University's newest a cappella
group." It is also one group on campus that does not receive funding from the Student Government Association (SGA).
According to the president of Harmonic...

News: West Village suites to receive new locks

What makes a residence hall safe? Is it the Resident Assistants who do rounds and
enforce rules? Is it the residents who abide by the rules that are in place?
In West Village, it seems that the most important aspect of security is the simple...

Living & Arts: Writer advises new adults

Young adulthood is both something to celebrate and to fear. There are plenty of things to remember but also plenty of things that most of us wish we could forget. For example, the peer pressure of finding a job right after college or even...

Forum: Student leaves 'small pond'

The high school experience is typically remembered positively largely due to the "big fish, small pond" status. You may be an Advanced Placement student, the school senate president or the high school quarterback, but that bliss is bound to the...

Sports: Rugby's Bascio attends Australian academy

In his own opinion, Zach Bascio has never been the biggest rugby player on the field.
"I've been undersized my entire life," he said.
This summer, his stature was put into a whole different perspective when Bascio attended the Queensland Rugby...

Sports: Balanced output by Crusaders nets win

The Susquehanna men's soccer team continued its winning streak Saturday, scoring two goals in the first half on their way to a 3-1 victory over Penn State- Altoona.
Leading 2-0 at halftime, Susquehanna came out in the second half firing on all...


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