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November 11, 2005
Vol. 47 No. 9

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News: Tree memorializes Kasinecz and Miller

A tree planting ceremony commemorating the lives of Justin A. Miller and Katie J. Kasinecz was held at noon Tuesday, Nov. 8.

The ceremony took place on the pathway to the Sassafras Fields Complex and will now be known as the Memorial Walk....

News: Library exhibit honors faculty works

The faculty of Susquehanna came together at the Blough-Weis Library to celebrate the second Focus on Scholarship event Thursday, Nov. 3.

This event takes place to recognize and honor the academic and scholarly achievements of the school's...

Living & Arts: Events to promote culture

Susquehanna will continue its 11th annual Latino Symposium, "Our Caribbean Neighbors" today.

The two-day symposium began last night with the Artist Series Concert, "Masters of Caribbean Music," which celebrated Caribbean heritage in the ...

Forum: Shame grips America

In watching recent antics on Capitol Hill, it seems as though the spirit of former President Nixon is in no way dead, but in fact lives on in American politics. Shame and dishonor seem to be catching like a cold amongst this country's political...
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Sports: Colonels trample Crusaders 59-38

After playing Wilkes to a 17-17 tie into the second quarter Saturday, the Susquehanna football team surrendered 28 unanswered points and the visiting Colonels won their sixth consecutive game 59-38.

Susquehanna jumped out to a 7-0 lead with ...

Sports: Falls sports say goodbye to graduating seniors

Six fall sports teams will say goodbye to their graduating seniors, as their seasons are ending.

Cross country

The cross country team will say goodbye to three men and two women this year. Tri-captains George Haines, Chris Wiegand and...



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