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October 07, 2005
Vol. 47 No. 5

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News: Satterlee says his goodbyes

You might be familiar with him from his work with the Student Activities Committee, Charlie's Coffeehouse or the Brotherhood for all of which he is the faculty adviser.

Maybe you recognize him from his work with the homecoming committee or...

News: Kiosk system stresses students

The kiosk machines at the retail restaurant should allow for a faster ordering experience.

However, many students feel this system has not been perfected. Sophomore Kevin Klein said he feels that the way in which the machines are currently ...

Living & Arts: Bands to compete and entertain

Musicians from Susquehanna will perform in the Battle of the Bands, which will be held at 8 p.m. Saturday in the Degenstein Theater. There is no admission fee to this event, sponsored by the Student Activities Committee.

Any band with at ...

Forum: Citizens fooled by DeLay

I lost my faith in politicians in the summer of 2000, and I can trace it back to a single two-by-four.

I was working with an ongoing Habitat for Humanity community redevelopment effort in West Philadelphia around the time of the Republican...
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Sports: Soccer falls to Scranton

Susquehanna's women's soccer team was defeated 5-3 in a non-conference game against Scranton on Tuesday evening.

In the second half of the game, Scranton scored three goals in less than 14 minutes, giving the Lady Royals the lead. It was the...

Sports: Runners start season

"Going home."

On the wrist of every member the cross country and track and field teams, an orange Livestrong-like plastic bracelet bears reminder of the heavy hearts they carry this season after the loss of teammate Justin Miller this past...



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