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February 22, 2008
Vol. 49 No. 16

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Award ceremony recognizes volunteers

By Stephanie Beazley
Staff Writer

Various Susquehanna students, faculty and staff were honored Wednesday evening for their commitment to serving the Susquehanna community at an annual volunteer recognition event, Susquehanna University Celebrating Helpful Experiences through...

Susquehanna to offer LSAT, GRE preparation classes in March

By Dixon Melissa
Staff Writer

Preparation classes for the Law School Admission Test and the Graduate Record Examination will be available on campus in March to all Susquehanna students and will cost approximately $30.

David Schwieder, assistant professor of political ...

Symposium on water issues in the Middle East to take place

By Sierra McCleary-Harris
Assistant Sports Editor

"We think of the Middle East as pyramids, deserts, camels and war, but it is so much more than that," said Laurence Roth, associate professor of English. An upcoming symposium will shed light on one of those other aspects of the Middle East: w...

Students to participate in United Nations conference simulation

By Melissa Dixon
Staff Writer

Ever wanted to be a diplomat or delegate representing a major country for a weekend?

Two Susquehanna students will get that opportunity at the first Pennsylvania United Nations Conference.

The conference will be hosted by the Pennsylvania...

Students question survey, administration answers

By Caitlin Fleming
Managing Editor of Content

"With how many different people have you had sexual intercourse in the last 3 months?"

Some students who received alcohol violations have wondered what this question and others like it have to do with getting caught drinking in a dorm.

The...

New Susquehanna campaign strives to raise $70M by 2010

By Cobun Heather
Assistant Sports Editor

Susquehanna's Changing Lives, Building Futures campaign will kick off its campus component with a dinner on Saturday, Feb. 23.

The campaign "seeks to raise $70 million by 2010 in new resources to support endowment and program goals, ...

Annual 30 Hour Famine raises money, hunger awareness

By James Robichaud
Staff Writer

Worldwide, 854 million are chronically hungry. Every 24 hours, 29,000 children under the age of five will die from hunger or malnutrition. That's one child every six seconds. That's 10 million children yearly, with the vast majority of those...

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Award ceremony recognizes volunteers

Students question survey, administration answers

Susquehanna to offer LSAT, GRE preparation classes in March

New Susquehanna campaign strives to raise $70M by 2010

Symposium on water issues in the Middle East to take place

Annual 30 Hour Famine raises money, hunger awareness

Students to participate in United Nations conference simulation

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