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September 27, 2013
Vol. 55 No. 4

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News: Support needed for SU alum

On Aug. 4, at a company picnic, Tyson Snader, of the Class of 2007, suffered an accident in Pennsylvania in which his seventh spinal vertebra was shattered and the fifth and sixth vertebrae fractured when he jumped into a pond.
His wife and...

News: Car sustains damages after rear-ending Trax bus

At approximately 1:30 a.m. on Sunday a silver Nissan Altima struck the back of a Traxportation van as it approached West Village, reported Tom Rambo, the assistant vice president for Student Life and director of Public Safety. There were no ...

Living & Arts: Alum wins Emmy award for lighting

A Susquehanna alumnus was one of the winners of last Sunday's Emmy Awards.
Craig Housenick, a member of the Class of 1998, took home the Creative Arts Emmy for "Outstanding Lighting Design/Lighting Direction for a Variety Series" for his work on...

Forum: Editor rejects, rebukes the "f-word"

I hear the word faggot at least once a day, every day. It's used so casually now that it seems like it should be harmless, right?
I'll be the first to admit that it didn't always make me shudder the way it does now. Like a lot of people in our...

Sports: Crusaders denied first victory by Red Devils

Susquehanna (0-3) had another chance to convert the majority of a three-quarter-lead to the season's first victory against Dickinson (1-2), but failed to control the end of the game as the Red Devils starved aspirations for the Crusaders' first win...

Sports: Soccer loses first LC game

The Crusaders fell in a heartbreaker on Saturday, as Mariners sophomore forward Dan Weldon's strike in extra time gave the Merchant Marine Mariners a 2-1 victory.
Senior forward Patrick Fry scored Susquehanna's only goal, assisted by junior...


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