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September 06, 2002
Vol. 44 No. 1

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News: Campus remembers Potter

The Susquehanna community came together to say goodbye to one of its own last week.

Susquehanna faculty, staff and students gathered in remembrance of Dr. Neil H. Potter, professor of chemistry and Susquehanna faculty member since 1966, during ...

News: Events honor September 11

This year on campus, Sept. 11 will begin, not with images of terror, but rather with signs of solidarity.

The day's events will begin with an interfaith prayer and reading service at 8 a.m. in the Weber Chapel Auditorium.

The Rev. Mark Wm....
Sachiko Presser.

Living & Arts: Presser House sponser dies

Well-loved. Well-liked. Those are just a couple of ways the late Sachiko Presser, former coordinator of social activities for international visitors, is described.

Killed in May in an automobile accident, Presser had a wonderful relationship ...

Forum: Encore receives room for criticism

Encore. Are you sick of reading this already?

Like most other students on campus, you are probably fed up with some aspect of the establishment.

From greasy food to unripe bananas, you are undoubtedly one of the many who hope, maybe even...
Bye Bye Ball

Sports: Early goals doom Crusaders

The Susquehanna women's soccer team opened its home campaign Wednesday against a 1-0 Misericordia team looking to keep the Crusaders out of the win column. The Cougars succeeded by scoring four goals in the first half to take home a 4-3...

Sports: Field hockey routs Wilkes

The Crusader field hockey team opened head coach Connie Harnum's 28th season Saturday with a 2-1 loss to McDaniel despite strong efforts from senior captains, defender Lauren Barcaro, attack Katie McKeever and midfielder Megan Patrono.



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