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January 27, 2006
Vol. 47 No. 12

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Relieving Hurricane Victims

News: Group offers Katrina relief

Instead of spending their winter break lounging around and relaxing, 23 Susquehanna students and staff spent a week in Louisiana helping to clean up the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.

Sophomore David Long compared the damage of the hurricane ...

News: Benny's Bistro arrives

Benny's Bistro is the new name announced for the Retail Restaurant. The Rev. Mark Wm. Radecke's suggestion won the campus-wide contest held last semester.

ARAMARK and Susquehanna's department of Alumni Relations will be formally unveiling the...

Living & Arts: 'Letters to God' a success

Susquehanna's Chancel Drama presented its 2006 performance last weekend in Weber Chapel Auditorium.

The group performed "Children's Letters to God," a musical based on the book by Eric Marshall and Stuart Hample which is taken directly from...

Forum: King's holiday ignored

Despite the progress made last semester in regards to fighting everyday bigotry, I still believe the Susquehanna community has a long way to go.

Starting my first day of classes on Martin Luther King Jr. Day put me in such an unsettling mood ...

Sports: Womens hoops shut down by Albright

The Susquehanna women's basketball team entered Wednesday's game against Albright with the hope of securing its fourth victory in a row, but unfortunately fell short by a final score of 62-47.

In the first few minutes of the game, both teams...

Sports: Susquehanna joins new athletic conference

From six-team sections and 26 members in the 1980s to the current two conferences, the Middle Atlantic Conference has undergone many changes. Maybe the biggest change yet is on the horizon.

Starting in the fall of 2007, Susquehanna will join...



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