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April 25, 2003
Vol. 44 No. 22

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News: Lauver competes in local 'Idol'

It is not very often when one gets the chance to accomplish a dream, especially at a relatively young age.

Sara Lauver gets her chance Saturday.

Lauver, a junior from Liverpool, Pa., will travel to Harrisburg on Saturday to compete as one of...

News: WQSU wins award for sports coverage

WQSU's coverage of Susquehanna's 2002 football season was judged by the Pennsylvania Associated Press Broadcasters Association to be one of the best play-by-play broadcasts among Radio C small market stations in the state.

On October 19, the...
Gotta wear shades

Living & Arts: 'Habitat' sponsors campout

Habitat for Humanity and the Outdoors Club will be hosting an all-night campout event on the field hockey field next to West Hall Friday, April 25, during Spring Weekend.

After the Student Activities Committee's outdoor presentation of the movie...

Forum: Golfer needs more respect

Let's start with a trivia question: Who has won the most golf tournaments in the whole world in the past two years?

You said Tiger, right?

Yeah, I did too. But I was wrong. Annika Sorenstam -- yes, a woman -- is the big winner. She's a ...
Collision course

Sports: Baseball falls to Gettysburg

Three first-inning runs were all Gettysburg needed as the Susquehanna baseball team lost its sixth straight game 6-2 in nonconference action Tuesday afternoon.

Susquehanna manufactured a run in the top of the first, as freshman shortstop Chris...

Sports: Tennis serves up three wins

After winning only one game in its first three Commonwealth conference matches, the Susquehanna men's tennis team completed a remarkable turnaround, closing out its 2003 regular season with three conference victories for the first time since 1996...



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