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November 04, 2005
Vol. 47 No. 8

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News: Program asks for activism

In response to issues of racism, intolerance, and bigotry, Susquehanna is issuing a call for students to "Stand up, Speak up."

The "Stand up, Speak up" campaign is an effort to battle prejudices against minority and underrepresented groups on...
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News: Class promotes war awareness

The 1,994 flags planted on the Degenstein lawn from Sunday Oct. 20 to Friday Oct. 25 represented the number of American soldiers who have died in Iraq since March 19, 2003, the start date of the war.

Last week John Bodinger, visiting assistant...

Living & Arts: Caribbean music masters to play

If you're looking for something different than the usual pop icons on the radio, try the "Masters of Caribbean Music" concert, which will be held at 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10 in Degenstein Theater. "Masters of Caribbean Music" is a national tour and...

Forum: Everbody is 'somebody'

I can remember when I was growing up and my paternal grandmother would always say, "Baby, you gon' be somebody!" I never fully understand what she meant by this until I graduated high school. Somebody? In my family, I was the first to make it to...

Sports: Chianese, Noel named to team

The Susquehanna women's soccer team suffered a devastating loss in its final game, but two of its players scored big.

Junior forward A.J. Chianese and senior midfielder Trish Noel were named to the second-team All-Commonwealth Conference team on...

Sports: Devils climb to top early to oust Crusaders

Saturday, Oct. 29 turned out to be a tough day for the Crusader football team. The team traveled to New Jersey to face FDU-Florham in Middle Atlantic Conference action.

The team came up short at the end of the game with the Devils pulling ...



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