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December 02, 2005
Vol. 47 No. 11

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News: Vandals victimize students

Tires were slashed on the cars of several Susquehanna students at their off-campus residences last week.

On the night of Nov. 20 or the morning of Nov. 21, cars parked on 18th and West Chestnut streets were vandalized between the hours of ...

News: Students take steps for justice

The Office of Multicultural Affairs, in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of the launch of the Civil Rights Movement, sponsored an event Wednesday to get the campus moving in the direction of acceptance.

On Nov. 30 at 4:15 p.m., all members...

Living & Arts: Barber's 'April' enchants

Have you ever wondered what a month in Italy would be like? This weekend, you can find out right here at Susquehanna.

"Enchanted April," the winter theatre performance presented by the Department of Communications and Theatre, will run nightly...

Forum: Students get pampered

A strict attendance policy, a never-ending slew of homework assignments and sometimes homework checks, pop-quizzes, group projects, busy work, notebook checks, discussion boards, conferences, study sheets, office hours. Some may classify these as...

Sports: Young team faces growing pains

The Susquehanna men's basketball team experienced its first growing pains of the 2005-2006 season as it dropped to Juniata on Wednesday by a score of 69-61.

Last Monday night, the Crusaders were dealt its second straight home loss last Monday...

Sports: Co-ed flag football competes

The co-ed winner of Susquehanna's intramural flag football tournament earlier this semester made its way to the semi-finals of the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association regional tournament from Nov. 18 to Nov. 20. The tournament was...



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