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October 28, 2005
Vol. 47 No. 7

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News: Football switches conferences

Susquehanna's Division III football team will move from the Middle Atlantic Conference to the Liberty League beginning in the 2007-2008 season, announced President L. Jay Lemons on Wednesday.

The MAC is realigning and the other Division III...
Rallying for support

News: Campus groups support our troops

The Susquehanna University Republicans Club sponsored a "Support Your Troops" campaign, which began Monday, Oct. 24 and ended Friday, Oct. 28 in the Degenstein Campus Center.

The event was co-sponsored by Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, Tau Kappa...

Living & Arts: Bailey to read from first novel Sunday

Sunday, Oct. 30, the Writers' Institute will host a faculty reading by Tom Bailey, associate professor of English and creative writing.

Bailey will read from his first novel, "The Grace That Keeps This World," published by Random House...

Forum: Nature hits poor hardest

I noticed suspicious wording in last week's editorial. The headline reads "Larger problems face human race" and the article discussed the continuing onslaught of natural disasters crippling nations across the globe. However, the writer, consciously...

Sports: Turnovers key in tough loss

A career-high 173 yards rushing and two touchdowns from Jake Sheffield led 8th-ranked Delaware Valley to its 18th consecutive regular-season victory with a 48-14 victory over Susquehanna in Middle Atlantic Conference action at a rain-soaked Lopardo...

Sports: Women secure second seed in MAC

Tuesday was a tough day on the road for the field hockey team.

The Crusaders played the third-ranked Messiah in Commonwealth Conference action.

The final score of the game was 3-1, with the Falcons just pulling past the Crusaders for the...



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