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November 22, 2013
Vol. 55 No. 11

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News: SU community celebrates Thanksgiving

Students may complain of professors who spoon-feed, preferring instead to learn new concepts through independent exploration and critical thinking.
Each year at Susquehanna's Thanksgiving dinner, however, the Susquehanna faculty takes the meaning...

News: Professor publishes research on Nazi Germany

"'Becoming a Nazi Town: Culture and Politics in Göttingen between the World Wars' examines the way in which culture in Germany helped give rise to Nazism," Associate Professor of History David Imhoof said.
The book, which was published in October...

Living & Arts: Workman wins concert, aria competition

Nineteen Susquehanna students auditioned and competed for this year's Concerto and Aria Competition on Nov. 19.
Out of these 19 students, only six made it to the finals.
The final competition between these six performers was open to the...

Forum: Editor learns life lesson in club sport

The analogies between sports and life are numerous and diverse.
The mentalities that athletes develop to sustain the rigors of their training and performance transcend the boundary between their actions on and off the playing field.
The ideals of...

Sports: SU held to 41 points in defeat

Senior guard Mariah Monahan drained her first shot of the night from a long distance on the Crusaders' first possession of the night.
Unfortunately, the shooting touch for Susquehanna did not last, as the Crusaders lost to Elizabethtown, 57-41, in...

Sports: Susquehanna football wraps up slow season

The Susquehanna football team ended the season with a 17-10 loss to Juniata, dropping the Crusaders' record to 1-9 for the season. The Crusaders came up just short, as their failure to find the end zone on a pair of late possessions doomed...


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