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January 24, 2003
Vol. 44 No. 12

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Gift of Giving

News: Students learn, serve on trip

Twenty-four Susquehanna students and faculty members stopped their winter breaks short to travel to Central America for the sixth annual service learning and mission trip.

The trip's objective was to aid the less fortunate residents of ...

News: Speaker presents ideas

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s memory is not being observed properly, Dr. Kirk Byron Jones declared at Susquehanna's celebration of King's birthday Wednesday.

"By choosing to ignore, to forget, to leave out, to erase the more troublesome and...
Children of Eden

Living & Arts: 'Eden' tackled by students

A circle of life. Ritualistic. Those are just a couple ways the Chancel Drama's musical "Children of Eden," which began Thursday, is described by the cast and crew.

Junior Zach Palamara, who plays Father in the production, said that "Children of...

Forum: Complainers will never win

I was standing at the mailroom the other day when I overheard a group of students complaining.

Since it usually takes me a good four or five minutes to figure out how to open my mailbox, I had time to overhear much of the conversation.


Sports: Fowler, Crusaders top Messiah

Freshman center Walter Fowler blocked six shots and added a game-high 15 points as the Susquehanna men's basketball team defeated Messiah 66-59 at O.W. Houts Gymnasium on Wednesday.

The Crusaders have now won four straight games, bringing their...

Sports: Harnum concludes storiede career on top

Senior attack Leah Bailor knocked in a penalty stroke with less than 10 minutes left to hand the Crusaders a 2-1 win vs. Lebanon Valley in the Commonwealth Conference semifinal Nov. 6.

It was the last goal of Bailor's record-breaking career and...



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