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November 18, 2005
Vol. 47 No. 10

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News: Report released by task force

The Presidential Task Force on Diversity and Inclusiveness recently published its final report and recommendations for Susquehanna.

The report includes information about creating an institutional framework for diversity, surveys about how ...

News: Fountain to commemorate Susquehanna benefactors

Susquehanna administrators are planning to build a plaza in front of Degenstein Campus Center. The plaza will be a walk-through area that will pay tribute to the lifetime giving society of Susquehanna. The plaza will be installed between the "V" in...

Living & Arts: Students fform dance team

The Susquehanna University Dance Corps held auditions last Thursday to create their first Dance Team to perform at men's and women's home basketball games.

Senior Jennifer Testa, junior Annalia Barbaro; sophomores Allison Harris, Rachel...

Forum: Wal-Mart poisons our world

If you want to go on a tour of American decadence, you're in luck. Conveniently, all you need to do is drive about five minutes up U.S. Route 15.

The tour begins with a polite greeting from a symbol for the failings of Social Security wrapped...

Sports: Swimmers mix results at meet

The men's swimming team beat rival Lycoming 119-86, after being defeated in seven out of nine events on Tuesday.

Sophomore Alex Thurstlic racked up two wins for the Crusaders in the 200-yard individual medley with the fourth fastest time in...

Sports: Critics rank Crusaders last

The Susquehanna men's basketball team will look to bounce back from a 3-21 season today as they host Chestnut Hill at 8 p.m. in O.W. Houts Gymnasium in the Pepsi/Weis Markets Tip-Off Tournament.

The Crusaders enter the 2005-2006 season with ...



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