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October 10, 2003
Vol. 45 No. 5

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News: Scholar to speak on music

William E. Perkins, senior research scholar at the University of Pennsylvania, will discuss rap music and hip hop during his lecture, "Droppin' Science: A Critical Exploration of Rap music and Hip Hop" on Wednesday Oct. 15 at 7 p.m. in Meeting ...
Fightin' Fires

Living & Arts: Student firefighters volunteer time

October is Fire Safety Month, and there are many members of the Susquehanna community who are student volunteer firefighters in Selinsgrove.

Among them are seniors Kerin Luneberg and Nick Fisfis, juniors Ben Plum, Greg Condon and David Finney,...

Forum: Women's rugby on a roll

Susquehanna may boast some of the best hookers a school has to offer.

Day in and day out, these women fine-tune their skills while patrolling their turf in all types of weather.

They are not afraid to scrum around and get dirty with 15...
Blowing By

Sports: Records fall in 45-14 victory

School and Middle Atlantic Conference records fell as the Crusaders blitzed Juniata 45-14, meaning the Goal Post Trophy will remain on the Susquehanna campus for the second year in a row.

The Susquehanna offense set a MAC record for total ...

Sports: Eshleman eclipses milestone in 3-0 win

Junior middle hitter Kerri Eshleman blew right past a milestone Wednesday night, recording 16 kills to become the second player in program history to surpass 1,000 for her career in a 3-0 Susquehanna victory over Elizabethtown in Commonwealth...



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