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October 04, 2013
Vol. 55 No. 5

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News: Students express concern regarding parking

This school year marks the first that 18th Street Commons is fully open. More than 300 students, composed mainly of juniors and seniors, are living in the newly renovated development. One of the main issues raised among students is a situation...

News: Wi-Fi put to the test

While the battle between Apple and PC may never end, all computer, phone and tablet users agree that Wi-Fi is a must to get the most out of their devices.
Susquehanna has provided all students with access to free Wi-Fi on the majority of campus....

Living & Arts: Houston Ballet II to dance, present classics at SU

"These are very young dancers, high school age, college age, that are dancing at an international level," Associate Professor of Music Marcus Krieger said of the Houston Ballet II, scheduled to perform at Susquehanna on Tuesday, Oct. 8.
The ...

Forum: Writer follows dreams

On Monday, award-winning poet Mary Jo Bang read her work to Susquehanna students.
Bang's work "Elegy" is one of the first books of poetry I have read, but the reading gave me a lot to think about. Bang, who teaches writing at Washington ...

Sports: Greyhounds beat SU with late strike

A rebound in front of the cage can be trouble for any field hockey team, and Moravian took full advantage in overtime on Saturday.
The Greyhounds pulled out a 2-1 overtime win over the Crusaders off of a ball in front of the cage that sophomore...

Sports: Semmel key to 5-3-1 start

The Susquehanna men's soccer team has enjoyed a hot start this year, going 4-1 to open the season, including a win over the fourth-ranked team in the country, York. Much of this early success can be attributed to key contributions by junior...


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