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March 27, 2015
Vol. 58 No. 19

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News: Sigma Alpha Iota to embrace new changes

In order to create a new and
inviting admissions building for
Susquehanna, changes will be occurring
on campus including the
removal of the University Communications
building and Sigma
Alpha Iota house. President of
Sigma Alpha Iota, Andrea...

News: Sieczkiewicz to implement change

The Blough-Weis library had
some new renovations this year,
and it also received some new
faces, including Instruction and
Digital Scholarship Librarian
Robert Sieczkiewicz.
"Rob's position is brand
new," Katherine Furlong, the
director of...

Living & Arts: Tiramani to conduct original music

Senior music composition major Matthew Tiramani will present a composition recital on March 29 at 8 p.m., featuring instruments ranging from electronics to cello and voice.
Tiramani said: "I wrote each of them from a special place, and all of them...

Forum: Student aims to increase support for media literacy

This week, I showed a film on campus as part of an academic independent study. The film was "MissRepresentation," a documentary that examines the power of the mainstream media in our lives, its portrayal of women and gender and its impact on ...

Sports: Heat miss Lebron

The Miami Heat, a team that
has been the talk of the National
Basketball Association in recent
years, has remained in the
spotlight this season, despite
the departure of MVP small
forward Lebron James.
After consecutive championships
in ...

Sports: Susquehanna holds off Drew rally

After its first loss of the
season to Elizabethtown, the
Susquehanna men's lacrosse
team was determined to win
against Landmark Conference
rival Drew and win they did.
Senior midfielder Conor
Boyland was pleased to see the
team's success....
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