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October 18, 2002
Vol. 44 No. 6

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News: Lopardo resigns as head chair

Nicholas Lopardo recently resigned his position as chair of the Susquehanna board of directors. Lopardo held the position for the past two years.

University officials told the Crusader that Lopardo resigned due to "personal reasons."


News: Honor society wins 'Order of the Torch'

A Susquehanna chapter of a national honor society has been awarded the society's highest honor: the Order of the Torch.

Alpha Lambda Delta, Susquehanna's honor society for freshmen, was named one of the best chapters in the nation by its ...

Living & Arts: Hyman goes professional

There is no better way to get real world experience than to get a "real job" while still in college.

That is exactly what sophomore Phil Hyman did when he applied to the Williamsport Symphony Orchestra, a professional orchestra with a ...

Forum: S.U. teams need support

On Saturday mornings at 10:30, one could tune into College Gameday on ESPN and see fans going nuts.

To some this is what school spirit is, to others it's just students being idiots. Whether it's school spirit or not doesn't matter.

The ...
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Sports: Field hockey upsets Dutchmen

The Susquehanna field hockey team continued its school-record tying 11-game winning streak with an upset of eighth ranked Lebanon Valley in overtime Tuesday afternoon.

Senior attack Leah Bailor became the career leader in goals when she netted...

Sports: Men win two games late

Sophomore Caleb Woolever scored the go-ahead goal in the 60th minute and junior Brandon Emery bagged his team-leading seventh goal of the season as the Susquehanna men's soccer team topped York 3-1 on Oct. 9.

The victory marked the first time...



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