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September 20, 2013
Vol. 55 No. 3

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News: New fundraiser to bring awareness to metastatic cancer

Metastatic cancer is an underfunded form of cancer that is responsible for 90 percent of cancer mortalities, according to the National Foundation for Cancer Research.
Party4Life, a fundraiser new to the Susquehanna community, hopes to bring...

Living & Arts: Recital pays ode to composer

The gentle talking in the aisles of the Stretansky Concert Hall came to a halt as the spotlight appeared over the black grand piano on stage.
On Tuesday, Sept. 17, adjunct faculty member Jeffrey Fahnestock held a recital titled "Britten at 100 ...

Forum: Student cashes out on job search

Like many students, I moved to campus for the first time this year hearing some last-minute parental nagging: Get good grades, get a job. It sounded easy enough, but I would soon find out that one of those things would be harder than the other, and...

Sports: Matey sinks SU's vessel

After hanging around for the first three quarters, the Crusaders fell, 24-7, to Johns Hopkins Saturday. Susquehanna was outdistanced in the fourth by a strong Johns Hopkins squad, which finished on a 17-0 run.
Johns Hopkins got the scoring going ...

Sports: Field hockey defeeats Elmira by four goals

The Susquehanna Crusaders (4-2) and the Kings Monarchs (3-2) struggled with a blank scoreboard for almost 19 minutes in the first half on Saturday, but the Monarchs pulled ahead early, taking a 4-1 win, halting the Crusaders' four-game winning...


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