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April 25, 2014
Vol. 55 No. 22

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News: Campus service shifts from quantity to quality

Students, staff and alumni came together on Saturday, April 12, to continue the tradition of SU SERVE for the third year.
Assistant Director of Residence Life for Civic Engagement Jay Helmer said, "In a year were we celebrate SU traditions, SU...

News: Student panel offers open discussion on bigotry

Four Susquehanna students asked peers to hold themselves accountable for their words and actions Tuesday night during a panel discussion titled "It's Just a Word: The Power of Language of SU."
The panelists were Madeline Distasio, Candence ...

Living & Arts: Writer promotes album

This will serve as my last column of the year. That means this will serve as the last music recommendation I can publically give until the fall. Please take my word as the gospel.
April 19 marked this year's Record Store Day, an event that has ...

Forum: Editor reflects on friendships

I realized something recently that has made me look at this entire abroad experience in a different way. Being in new places can be great, but it's the people you share each moment with that truly create amazing memories.
Sami's program was a ...

Sports: Ehler finds her home playing for Susquehanna

Emma Ehler is not the type of athlete to wait around for the perfect opportunity to score.
Sprinting past defenses with uncanny control of her stick, Emma Ehler has the rare ability to make the most difficult of shots seem like nothing more than a...

Sports: Men's lacrosse beats Scranton by one goal

The Susquehanna men's lacrosse team locked up a spot in the playoffs and moved one step closer to clinching the No. 1 seed for this year's Landmark Conference tournament with an 8-7 win over Scranton in front of their home fans on Wednesday ...


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