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February 22, 2002
Vol. 43 No. 16

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News: Diversity needed in classroom

Diversity classes at Susquehanna are practically non-existent, according to Brian Johnson, director of the Office of Multicultural Affairs.

Johnson is looking to implement more diversity classes into the university's core curriculum.


News: Students perform benefit show

Several Susquehanna students and musicians participated in a cancer benefit concert last Saturday in Freeburg, raising over $4,200.

The concert, held at the Volunteer Fire Dept., raised money for cancer patient Kathy Brouse, according to Lisa...
The magic flute

Living & Arts: Mozart's opera is comic and serious

Considering the musical talents and activities of students at Susquehanna, if anyone has ever questioned why there has not been an opera performed on campus for more than 20 years, the wondering is now officially over.

Nina Tober, the assistant...

Forum: Who can make the best...State-ment

New York

By Joe Guistina, Asst. Sports Editor

I am one of the almost 19 million people that call themselves New Yorkers. Maybe it wasn't something I would've chosen to do had I been given a choice between Rochester, N.Y. and say, anyplace...

Sports: Crusaders nearly upset Jays

The Susquehanna men's basketball team came tantalizingly close to upsetting fourth-ranked Elizabethtown in the Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth Conference semifinals Wednesday night, but lost 80-77 when sophomore guard Nick Griffiths'...
Spreading his wings

Sports: Swimmers finish year at MACs

Senior Michelle Badorf earned three top-five finishes to lead the Susquehanna women's swimming team to eighth place at the Middle Atlantic Conference Championships held at Widener University last weekend.

Badorf took fourth in the 200-yard...



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