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November 22, 2002
Vol. 44 No. 11

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News: Senior competes for Olympics

Senior Chris Meharg represented Susquehanna and all of Division III at crew's national team identification camp held Nov. 16 at Princeton University.

Meharg's coach, Brian Tomko, said Meharg was competing against some of the best rowers in the...
Looking Pretty

News: Student sells Mary Kay for fun, profit

Students don't often operate their own businesses while still in college, but sophomore Maria Mouzithras said she knew that she was doing the right thing when she recently signed a contract to become an independent sales representative for Mary ...

Living & Arts: Council accepts Lutheran group

Susquehanna has a new campus organization, Susquehanna University Lutheran Student Movement. Although it was founded last year by a group of Lutheran students, members are underoing a transformation this year.

SULSM was accepted as an official...

Forum: Smith Hall fire alarms can be fun

There's nothing quite like being violently woken up by the earsplitting sounds of a 3 a.m. Smith Hall fire alarm.

We all must walk out in the cold and wait for three public safety officials to save us by walking in the front door and saying,...
Going Down Fighting

Sports: Crusaders score 20 ealry to win

Looking to finish the season on a high note, the Susquehanna football team traveled to Annville to play a Lebanon Valley team that was looking for revenge after last year's thwarting by the Crusaders in Selinsgrove. Susquehanna proved to be too ...

Sports: Field Hockey loses to Lions in NCAAs

The Susquehanna field hockey team ended its successful season Saturday, losing to The College of New Jersey 1-0 in the second round of the NCAA Division III playoffs.

TCNJ's Colleen Stamler scored nine minutes into the first half for the game's...



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