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October 25, 2002
Vol. 44 No. 7

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News: New S.U. vans promote safety

Susquehanna has recently implemented a new van contract due to concerns over the safety the university's 15-passenger vans.

Various sources (Internet articles and police reports from non-Susquehanna accidents) have reported that the older vans...

News: Team finishes sixth in 'quest'

Susquehanna students placed sixth place out of 10 colleges and universities that took part in the Eco-Quest Challenge at Bloomsburg University last Saturday.

One team of four students from the Outdoors Club participated in the day's events, ...

Living & Arts: New athletics offer options

Intramural sports are becoming increasingly popular at Susquehanna due in large part to an increase in the number of activities being offered. New this year are outdoor soccer, college football pick 'em, pro football pick 'em, dodgeball, wallyball,...

Forum: Violent acts make life hell

Parts of our lives can be a living hell. It's sad, but it's true.

We came into this world immediately blinded by artificial lights. We couldn't see what was happening. We could only feel the coolness of the air that surrounded us and could only...

Sports: McHugh wins MAC tourney

The Susquehanna women's tennis team's skills were showcased Friday and Saturday, as junior Tara McHugh and freshman Danielle Dormer represented the Crusaders in the Middle Atlantic Conference's women's tennis individual tournament.

Also making...
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Sports: Crusaders rack up points, yards in win

"Our team had something to prove," sophomore tailback Chris Ross said.

The Susquehanna football team did just that Saturday night as it handed FDU-Florham a 48-23 defeat at Lopardo Stadium. The Susquehanna offense ran wild on an overmatched...



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