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November 01, 2013
Vol. 55 No. 8

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News: Paper count to be monitored

Do you print a lot at Susquehanna? Starting next fall, your printing practices might change.
A policy will be enacted during the upcoming fall semester that limits the amount of paper that students are allowed to print.
"We are trying to achieve...

News: SU seeks ways to keep healthy

As the cold winter months approach, so does the risk of contracting sicknesses, particularly the flu. During these months, it is important to be aware of health practices, including the hygiene maintenance of objects around campus.
One such ...

Living & Arts: Juniors play through the times

On Nov. 2, the spotlight will be on juniors Ashley Baisch and Matthew Holt in this week's student recital.
The event will take place in Stretansky Concert Hall at 5 p.m., as the two student musicians present their work to the Susquehanna ...

Forum: First registration a success

It seemed just as I was feeling settled in my first semester at Susquehanna, a new upheaval, well, upheaved my life: registration for spring classes.
Except that it wasn't such an upheaval, not nearly to the extent I anticipated. Luckily for me,...

Sports: Murphy leads Crusaders to Landmark berth

Andrew Murphy started out playing baseball and lacrosse as a child, but when he started playing club soccer in fifth grade with his friends, he knew he had found his sport.
Susquehanna's men's soccer team experienced huge success last year, making...

Sports: SU wins final LC game, 3-0

It was a tale of two halves for the Susquehanna men's soccer team, as they scored three unanswered goals in the second half on their way to a 3-0 victory over Goucher in their final conference game of the year Saturday.
Crusaders head coach Jim...


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