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January 25, 2002
Vol. 43 No. 12

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News: National chapter threatens suit

The national organization of a former Susquehanna fraternity said it will seek legal action against any student who claims to be a part of its group.

The Susquehanna chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha was shut down in 1993 but has continued to operate...

News: University moves to oust illegal fraternity

Following recent concerns from the national chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha about an underground fraternity bearing its name at Susquehanna, administrators and athletic coaches are taking steps to insure students and athletes alike are not ...

Living & Arts: 'Superstar' portrays the life of Jesus

If you have ever wondered what the life of Jesus was like then Chancel Drama's "Jesus Christ Superstar" is for you.

This "rock opera" portrays Jesus' life correctly, according to senior Chris Long, who plays Simon in the show.

"The show...

Forum: Sporting events need fans

I attended last Saturday's men's basketball game against Widener, where Susquehanna took the lead with 6.1 seconds left on a Phil Sander put-back, and lost it on a last-second three-point heave by Widener's Mike Siuchta.

During that whole...
Altering the shot

Sports: Siuchta clinches victory

The Crusaders' sophomore forward Phil Sander had seemingly saved the day again Saturday, just as he had in a 61-59 win over Union on Dec. 18 in Las Vegas when he tipped in a miss with 0.6 seconds left to give Susquehanna the win.

After taking ...

Sports: Defense leading charge

The Crusader men's basketball team appears to be hitting full stride at the right time, and the driving force behind this recent resurgence is undeniably its defense.

The Crusaders (9-7 overall, 4-3 Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth...



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