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October 04, 2002
Vol. 44 No. 5

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WEIRD SCIENCE

News: Outage does little to research

Quick action by Susquehanna's facilities management staff thwarted what could have been a science disaster after a recent power outage in Fisher Science Hall.

Assistant Director of Facilities Management Dale Ovelman said that internal parts in...
FUN FOR THE YOUNG AND OLD

News: Street fair draws large crowd

The Selinsgrove community began celebrating the borough's 150th birthday last week with the annual Market Street Festival, Saturday, Sept. 28.

"It is a great thing to do because everyone gets to go out. They close the whole street down and...

Living & Arts: Chapel service goes bilingual

In honor of national Hispanic Heritage Month which runs from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15, the Office of Multicultural Affairs and the Office of the Chaplain will co-sponsor a bilingual chapel service titled "Celebremos Juntos! -- Let Us Celebrate ...

Forum: Freshman life is a tease

If I could go back to being a freshman, I think I would.

Not that I would want to rescind the credits I have earned thus far or retake the all-important college 101 course.

Nor would I want to relive waking up at 2 a.m. every other day for...

Sports: Aggies lose in blowout

Susquehanna was searching desperately for a win last Saturday, and came away with a convincing victory over 0-3 Delaware Valley, fueled by five Aggie turnovers and the running of sophomore tailback Jordan Rawlins.

Susquehanna piled up 259 yards...
On the Offensive

Sports: Crusaders move up in poll

The Susquehanna field hockey team moved up to 14th in the STX/NFHCA Division III National Coaches' Poll and extended their winning streak to nine by defeating Albright and Scranton this week.

The field hockey team dominated Albright in a 7-0...

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