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February 03, 2006
Vol. 47 No. 13

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News: Student crashes car

Sophomore Taylor Hogarth, 20, was involved in a one-car accident when he crashed into the brick facade of the main entrance to the university about 1:30 a.m. Sunday, according to the Selinsgrove Borough Police Department. Hogarth was driving a ...

News: Committee working on ethics code

An ethics committee is in the process of being formed at Susquehanna. Executive Vice President for Administration and Planning Sara Kirkland is the chairperson of the ad hoc committee.

According to President L. Jay Lemons, "It is more important...

Living & Arts: Groups to perform hymns of justice

Guillermo Cuèllar, Rafael Malpica Padilla, Donna Peòa and others will be coming to Susquehanna on Monday, Feb. 6 for the annual Alice Pope Shade Lecture.

The lecture is hosted by the Department of Religion, Philosophy and Classical Studies....

Forum: Think before driving

I was having some trouble deciding what to write for this week's paper. But as I was contemplating different ideas, my roommate and I were driving to campus and passed the brick wall at the main entrance to Susquehanna.

As many of you probably...

Sports: Late rally defeats Blue Jays 72-68

After starting the season 2-8, the Susquehanna men's basketball team used back-to-back victories this week to run its record to 6-4 since the start of 2006.
Wednesday night the Crus-aders took their second game from Elizabethtown this season,...

Sports: Rocky start doesn't halt Crusaders' playoff hopes

After starting its season 2-8, the men's basketball team's chances of success in the Commonwealth Conference were dim.

After upsetting non-conference opponents Catholic and Wilkes, the Crusaders have been the dark horse of the league.



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