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September 13, 2002
Vol. 44 No. 2

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News: Firm forms design changes

Most students will agree that the Evert Dining Hall is too crowded and that the Degenstein Campus Center could use some updating. The campus center, the Silk Mill, on Sassafrass Avenue, and the Catholic Church on University Avenue are the subjects...

News: Forms rate profs

At the end of each semester, all students at Susquehanna complete evaluations about their professors.

Some students may wonder what happens to those comments on the evaluation form.

According to the Office of Academic Affairs, forms are...

Living & Arts: Center eases senior job woes

On top of the tests, the papers and every momentous "last" that comes with being a senior, members of the class of 2003 must tackle another obstacle during their last year at Susquehanna -- the impending challenges of the real world.

Whether ...

Forum: Reading leads to success


Based solely on the fact that you are now reading these words, you have a significantly greater inclination toward success than the average Susquehanna student.

Now do not get me wrong -- I am not trying to imply that...

Sports: Crusaders take 'The Boot'

Despite a 1-0 loss to Scranton last Friday, the Susquehanna men's soccer team bounced back to notch a 2-1 victory over rival Lycoming on Wednesday.

At Scranton, the Crusaders held their opponents scoreless in the first half, until the 60th...

Sports: Tennis wins third straight

As this new season starts for the Susquehanna women's tennis team, old and new faces have emerged to give the Crusaders a 3-0 record overall, and a 1-0 start in conference play.

The old faces include junior Tara McHugh, who leads team at the ...



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