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September 09, 2005
Vol. 47 No. 1

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News: Sophomore called to duty

While many students and faculty are anxious to help any way they can to support the victims of Hurricane Katrina, sophomore Jonathan Snyder, 21, has taken a more hands-on approach.

Snyder was called to duty to aid in the aftermath of the...

News: New majors, options available to students

With the addition of new academic programs and the modification of existing curriculum, Susquehanna students will find that they now have even more educational options during the 2005-2006 academic school year.

Changes have been made in three...

Living & Arts: Freshman take plunge

Twenty first-year students began their Susquehanna career one month early by participating in the First-Year Student Summer Service Plunge.

The students joined Coleen Zoller, assistant professor of philosophy; the Rev. Mark Wm. Radecke,...

Forum: Mileage empties pocket

As I'm sure everyone has noticed, the gas prices have severely increased. For student teachers, this can be a very stressful thing. Some have to drive up to an hour to get to their school. I am one of those students who has to drive an hour back ...

Sports: Football buries Bears 24-16

The Susquehanna football team kicked off the 2005 season with a come-from-behind, 24-16 victory over Ursinus in non-conference action Saturday night at Lopardo Stadium.

A career-high 135 yards rushing and a timely touchdown from junior ...

Sports: Findlay poised for playoff runs

Jim Findlay begins his seventh campaign as the head men's and women's soccer coach at Susquehanna this season, having brought both programs to unprecedented heights in recent years.

In 2004 Findlay guided the men's program to 14 wins, tied ...


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