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October 01, 2010
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Another day at the oval office

May I ask who's calling?

By Kayla MacMillan
News Editor

President Barack Obama hosted a live conference call on Sept. 27 with college student journalists to answer questions and provide information about American higher education institutions.

Obama began by demonstrating America's education standing...

Sustainability team makes green strides

By Clay Reimus
Digital Media editor

"I don't want to tell people what to do," Katherine Straub, associate professor of earth and environmental sciences, said when talking about sustainability. "I just want them to think about it."

Straub is the chair of the SU Committee on...

Center provides speakers, advice

By Emily Gorge
Staff Writer

The Arlin M. Adams Center for Law and Society, now under new management, still aims to provide students and community members the opportunity to learn about the important issues of today pertaining to law and society.

The Adams Center "provides ...

BJ's cancels trivia leaving upperclassmen disgruntled

By Kayla MacMillan
News Editor

The lack of Tuesday night trivia at BJ's Steak and Rib House may have been one of the first changes that upperclassmen noticed upon arrival back to Susquehanna.

One senior, Katie Sasala said, "The only reason to be 21 in Selinsgrove is to be ...

Mozy provides peace of mind

By Jacob Mowery
Contributing writer

System crashes, theft, and the blue screen of death have always been concerns for avid computer users. Losing all that information can be devastating, but the Office of Information Technology (IT) is offering discounts for a new program, Mozy, that...

GeoClub embarks on annual canoe trip

By Clay Reimus
Digital Media editor

Tomorrow, GeoClub members will load up their canoes and paddle toward Harrisburg in their second "Epic Canoe Trip."

According to member and trip coordinator Liz Fulton, "We were hoping to make it an annual thing. Everyone loved it [last y...

Livestrong tailgate celebrates athlete

By Gabriella Damiano
Staff Writer

Tomorrow will be the 14th anniversary of cyclist Lance Armstrong's diagnosis of testicular cancer. To honor the athlete's perseverance and National Livestrong Day, Theta Chi, in conjunction with Colleges Against Cancer, is organizing a tailgate on...

New to SU's who's who

For the next several weeks, The Crusader will feature profiles on the newly positioned faculty & staff members. This week's profile is on Jonathan Niles, a visiting assistant professor of Biology. Outside the classroom, Niles is a faculty in...

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May I ask who's calling?

Mozy provides peace of mind

Sustainability team makes green strides

GeoClub embarks on annual canoe trip

Center provides speakers, advice

Livestrong tailgate celebrates athlete

BJ's cancels trivia leaving upperclassmen disgruntled

New to SU's who's who

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