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November 08, 2013
Vol. 55 No. 9

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News: Mercado embraces new role

Caroline Mercado, associate dean for student support and development, strives to give first-year students on campus the support they need to make their Susquehanna experience a successful one.

"Our intent is really to provide students coming in...

News: SU presents its first Thanks 4 Giving Day

This November, Susquehanna welcomes a new event to campus: Thanks 4 Giving Day. On Nov. 21, this new event will begin, which is the same day as the university's traditional Thanksgiving dinner served in Evert Dining Room by faculty and...

Living & Arts: Library displays Wile's art

Twice every semester, the Blough-Weis Library displays student artwork on the left wall of the periodicals section. The work of junior art history major and studio art minor Courtney Wiles is currently on display.
"That one over there is my...

Forum: Student inspired by seniors

During fall open house, I talked to the prospective students who were interested in the Writers Institute. However, once the conversation in our circle got around to clubs, I decided to make a plug for one of my favorites, which has little to do...

Sports: Crusaders run to LC crown

Susquehanna's cross country team participated in the Landmark Conference Championships in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, Nov. 2 against Moravian, Goucher, Juniata, Merchant Marine, Scranton and Catholic.
Head Coach Marty Owens was named the...

Sports: Goalie a success in and out of goal

Despite graduating last May, Emily Stankaitis leaves behind a legacy that continues to grow at Susquehanna. The former star of the Crusaders women's lacrosse team was named one of 30 finalists for the NCAA Woman of the Year Award in August.


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