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October 18, 2013
Vol. 55 No. 6

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News: Coffee lovers rejoice for Starbucks at SU

Do you wish you could get a frappuccino before your 8 a.m. class? Susquehanna is getting its very own Starbucks kiosk in Mellon Lounge, which will be available when students return from winter break.
This will be a fully-licensed kiosk, able to...

News: GO trip changes student's life

The GO Program offers Susquehanna students an opportunity that not many other universities offer: a mandatory study abroad experience. There are programs where students can study for an entire semester or for as little as two weeks.
Each person...

Living & Arts: Lecture addresses importance of printing, art

On Oct. 17 at in Isaacs Auditorium in Seibert Hall, artist and print maker Lynne Avadenka held her lecture titled "On the Making of Many Books."
As stated in a Susquehanna University press release, the lecture related to the 2013 university theme...

Forum: Student groups starts the conversation

As a community, Susquehanna has known struggle. In two years, students have seen nooses hanging in Fisher Hall and swastikas at a local synagogue, stood for Trayvon Martin among national headlines and now are struggling to understand the government...

Sports: Field hockey defeats Wilkes

Riding a five-game losing streak, the Susquehanna field hockey team used two first-half goals to earn a 2-1 victory over Wilkes. It was the team's first victory since Sept. 25 at Lebanon Valley.
Susquehanna (7-8 overall, 0-4 Landmark) struck early...

Sports: Soccer loses on special day, 3-1

Prior to Saturday's women's soccer match against Catholic, the Crusaders honored the seven senior members of their squad. The seven seniors on the team are: goalkeeper Rachel Norbuts; defenders Angela Amato and Oriana Long; midfielders Jessica...


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