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October 03, 2003
Vol. 45 No. 4

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Well Balanced

News: Freshmen receive award

"Balance, in all its fragile forms, is one powerful, enduring force that brings real satisfaction and success into our everyday lives," Steve Satterlee, assistant director of the campus center and conference coordinator, said at Sigma Phi ...
Good Books

Living & Arts: Program inspires reading

Susquehanna's Book Exchange Program, sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs, began Wednesday.

The program is designed to develop reading as an interest in the Susquehanna community, according to Brian Johnson, director of multicultural...

Forum: Liberals do not like U.S. currency

Has anyone heard of the new, multi-colored $20 bill set for release on Oct. 9?

I did, and it got me to thinking about past and present U.S. currency.

After examining a nickel, it then occurred to me that someone with a liberal mindset must...

Sports: Crusaders fall to Aggies 48-19

Susquehanna found trouble in a match up with a youthful Delaware Valley team, as the Crusaders dropped to 2-1 in the Middle Atlantic Conference with a 48-19 loss on Saturday.

The loss marked the first time that Susquehanna fell at Delaware ...
Boot job

Sports: Women's soccer beats Wilkes 2-1

Junior defender Kate McMaster scored the game-winning goal as the Susquehanna women's soccer team triumphed 2-1 over Wilkes on Saturday.

"In the first half, we came out and we weren't really playing our game," freshman midfielder Jenna Raffetto...



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