The Crusader Online

February 01, 2002
Vol. 43 No. 13

Top Stories
Living & Arts

Current Issue

Search the Archives

SU Home Page

News: School continues prof search

The Department of Communications and Theatre Arts is having difficulty hiring qualified public relations professors.

Susquehanna, as well as many other small schools across the nation, is faced with the problem of a small supply of public...

News: Students to film Groundhog Day

Punxsutawney Phil will soon have his own documentary, thanks to seven Susquehanna students.

The group of students will travel to Punxsutawney, Pa. to video-tape a documentary on the town's famous Groundhog Day celebration, Saturday, Feb....

Living & Arts: Harvard is model for new program

across the multitude of academic disciplines offered at Susquehanna?

These questions get to the heart of a "revolutionary change" proposed in the Writing Seminar component of Susquehanna's core curriculum, according to Dr. Laurence Roth, interim...

Forum: Enron employees share blame

I was nearly moved to tears while watching MSNBC the other day.

A frail white-haired grandmother was testifying before Congress how the ex-corporate giant, Enron, had tricked her and her fellow employees out of their life savings. She had been...
Splitting the D

Sports: Dutchmen fly past Crusaders

After losing to Elizabethtown last Saturday and winning a thriller vs. York on Monday, Susquehanna came out flat against Lebanon Valley and never recovered, losing 73-62 in a Commonwealth Conference match-up Wednesday night.

Lebanon Valley (13-6...

Sports: Underdog men surprise Spartans

Junior forward Tim Hurd's hand was in York guard Andy O'Brien's face all night. It didn't matter, though, as O'Brien would launch shot after shot over Hurd's outstretched hand through the basket in Monday's night's game.

O'Brien posted the best...



Living & Arts

University Update



Top Stories | News | Living & Arts | Forum | Sports