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April 01, 2005
Vol. 46 No. 18

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News: Senior Scholars Day expanded

Senior Scholars Day, a tradition at Susquehanna for more than 25 years, is a day in which seniors are given the opportunity to present their advanced work and is meant to celebrate their accomplishments.

Usually, the focus of the event is on the...

News: Coffeehouse receives donation

Recently, the Degenstein Foundation donated $20,000 a year for the next eight years to Charlie's Coffeehouse.

The donation was given with the stipulation that it be used to support nonalcoholic programming on campus to provide a social...

Living & Arts: Surrounding area provides spring fun

The sun has started to reappear, and it is finally beginning to become warmer outside.

You are slowly getting over your winter long bout of cabin fever and cannot wait to get outside and enjoy the spring weather.

The thought of spending...

Forum: 'Robots' reveals reality

Most people who know me are aware that I love movies, and I make a point to frequent the cinema as often as possible. The films that I appreciate the most are those that portray moral and philosophical ideals that are truly consequential with...
Game, set, match

Sports: Young team loses again

The inexperience of the Crusader tennis team showed Tuesday in its match against York.

The Spartans endured a nine game nonconference schedule against such Division III powerhouses such as Catholic and Mercyhurst, York they were well-prepared ...

Sports: MAC play begins with two big wins

Susquehanna's women's lacrosse began conference play with two victories, winning at Moravian on Saturday, March 19, and against Elizabethtown at home on Thursday, March 24. The Crusaders were scheduled to play at King's on Tuesday but the game was...



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