April 08, 2005
News: Judaism addressedSusquehanna hosted Religion in the Public Square keynote speaker, Rabbi David Ellenson Tuesday night in the Degenstein Theater.
Ellenson addressed an audience of faculty, students and his colleagues in a lecture titled "Reform Judaism: Where We...
News: Day to help communitySusquehanna's first Service Day will be held on Saturday, April 16. It is sponsored by different volunteer services.
Sophomores Kirstin Taylor, curricular service scholar and Chelsea Thompson, Spanish service scholar, as well as Anna Beale,...
Living & Arts: Oakley art to be shownThe Lore A. Degenstein Gallery will be opening the spring exhibit of more than 65 paintings and works on paper by artist Violet Oakley. The exhibit is titled, "Violet Oakley's Spirit of History: 1895-1961."
The opening of the exhibit is...
Forum: Gas costs environmentEighty-eight dollars. That is how much I spent for gas for my trip home to Maine for Easter break, and I get 35 miles per gallon in my oh-so-lovely Ford Escort ZX2.
Gas prices are the highest they have ever been in history. Granted, per barrel...
Sports: Women see streak endIt was a week of highs and lows for Susquehanna's women's lacrosse team.
The high point came last Saturday with a 19-3 rout over conference rival Wilkes. The low point occurred on Tuesday, as the Crusaders saw their four-game winning streak come...
Sports: Galloway takes reins as coachWhile there are many new faces on the sideline for the Susquehanna men's lacrosse team this season, the most important by far is the face of head coach Gordon Galloway.
Galloway, a graduate of Hampden-Sydney College located in southern Virginia,...
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