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April 15, 2011
Vol. 52 No. 21

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Students race to the finish line

By Jazmine Salach
Staff Writer

The teams that participated in The Amazing Race were given a run for their money April 10 at the event hosted by SAC.

Molly Crouser, sophomore special events chair for SAC said she thinks the event went very well.

"It's the first time SAC has...

Campus selects University theme

By Jacob Mowery
Staff Writer

The Susquehanna theme has been chosen for the 2012-13 school year.

The new theme titled "Freedom and Responsibility" is the cooperative brain child of Karen Stewart, a freshman, liberal arts major and Erik Viker, associate professor of theatre....

SIFE uses petting zoo as therapeutic function

By Nigel Spudes
Staff Writer

As important as people are in our daily lives, in certain situations our animal friends can help us just as much, and sometimes more.

This is something that Ashburn's Animals on a Mission, a local farm that houses rehabilitated animals,...

Relay For Life kicks off tonight

By Kayla MacMillan
News Editor

Cancer has infected more than 11.4 million Americans and brings together even more to support anyone affected by it.

To combat this invasive disease, the American Cancer Society sponsors the "largest fundraising event in mankind's history,"...

Workshop observes Freedom of Speech

By Jacob Mowery
Staff Writer

Adam Gaya, of the Center for Campus Free speech, will lead a workshop at Susquehanna on Wednesday, April 20 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the New Science Building Seminar Room 128. The event is sponsored by the Adams Center, the Provost's Office, Legal...

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