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November 08, 2002
Vol. 44 No. 9

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News: DJ wins international award

When most Susquehanna students are sleeping on Saturday mornings, an internationally recognized DJ is hard at work as the host of WSQU's "Pure as Stone Country Music Jamboree."

David Pearce's six years of hard work paid off in late September...

News: S.U. ponders pilot program

Susquehanna is considering the implementation of the USA Today Readership Program, a program that could make two national and one local newspaper available to every student on weekdays.

USA Today would provide and deliver three newspapers chosen...
Rev. Ted Keating

Living & Arts: New pastor reaches out to students

The Rev. Ted Keating is not only the new pastor at St. Pius X Catholic Church, but also a fresh face for Susquehanna students involved in Catholic Campus Ministry. Keating joined the Selinsgrove parish Sept. 18 and recently met with members of CCM...

Forum: Flying tips will save time

When four planes get hijacked and crash in one day, that's probably a sign that you need to rework your security agenda.

The Federal Aviation Administration has done just that in light of the worst aviation catastrophe in history. It has ...
One More Drive

Sports: Nevins goal lifts Susquehanna

Facing the biggest game in program history, the Susquehanna women's soccer team made sure its first taste of the playoffs was not a bitter one.

Just 1:34 after Elizabethtown tied the game at 1-1 in the 85th minute, sophomore midfielder Lindsay...

Sports: Gleason takes fourth in run

The Susquehanna men's and women's cross country teams competed at the Middle Atlantic Conference championships at Elizabethtown on Saturday.

The Susquehanna men took fifth place for the second consecutive year, finishing just five points behind...



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