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April 15, 2005
Vol. 46 No. 20

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News: Housing trouble for class of '08

"We've always been able to house everyone on the waiting list," Ward Caldwell, associate dean of students, told students Wednesday night at the second night of the doubles housing lottery.

After the first night of the housing lottery, rumors...

News: Rally to unite against rape

Every two-and-a-half minutes, someone in America is sexually assaulted.

This statistic, provided by, is one of the many reasons a Take Back the Night rally will be held.

The rally, sponsored by WomenSpeak, a campus organization...
Lutheran leaders

Living & Arts: Lutheran youth visit

Susquehanna hosted its annual Lutheran Youth Day on Saturday, April 9.

The event brought together 260 middle school and high school youths, pastors and advisers.

The visitors were from churches in the the Upper Susquehanna, Lower ...

Forum: Racial excuse unfit

A phrase that I have always despised is one that I feel is a racial stereotype: "playing the race card." However, after experiencing this phenomenon first hand, I felt that I had to speak out.

Recently, after being confronted over something...
Cradle rock

Sports: Men defeat Scranton

Susquehanna's men's lacrosse team chose the right time of year to start playing its best lacrosse.

The Crusaders picked up two important conference victories this week, beating Scranton 13-5 and rallying to defeat DeSales 12-9.

The wins pull...

Sports: Softball falls to sixth in league

With a slew of errors and dominating pitching by a pair of Middle Atlantic Conference foes, the women's softball team went 1-3 last week, lowering its conference record to 2-6, while falling to sixth place in the conference.

On Sunday, the...



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