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October 25, 2013
Vol. 55 No. 7

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News: IT explains Wi-Fi problem at SU

The Office of Information Technology needs all students to participate in "cleaning up" the wireless network of virtual clutter.
Michael Eyer, an IT network service technician, said: "If we can 'clean the channels,' we can give everyone a better...

News: Applications available for LeaderShape retreat

Applications for LeaderShape, a retreat that takes places Jan. 5 to Jan. 11, are now open.
Sixty students, along with six faculty and staff members, will be taken to the Ladore Conference Center in Waymart.
There, the students and faculty members...

Living & Arts: SU gets hit with 'Horror'

This Halloween will not only be a search for tricks and treats, but also the opening night of Susquehanna's fall musical "Little Shop of Horrors."
The show follows the tale of Seymour, a flower-shop owner who stumbles across a strange flesh-eating...

Forum: Parade shows spirit

Homecoming Weekend 2013 was surrounded by many types of hype, not the least of which was the first-years' itch to take part in our first celebration. For some of us, that celebration kicked off with Saturday's homecoming parade, which flaunted our...

Sports: Murphy goal leads to win

"If we're fortunate to find ourselves with a 1-0 lead, then we got to be like sharks in the water," Susquehanna men's soccer Head coach Jim Findlay said leading up to the Crusaders' game against Juniata Tuesday night.
Senior midfielder Andrew...

Sports: Team effort leads Crusaders to win

Susquehanna women's field hockey emerged triumphant in last Saturday's game against the Scranton Royals. With a 2-1 victory, the Crusaders boosted their conference record to 1-4.
"It was a very crucial game," senior back Nancy Heidt said....


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