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March 15, 2002
Vol. 43 No. 17

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News: S.G.A. allots funds to groups

The Student Government Association released its 2002-2003 budget Monday, revealing allocations to student clubs and organizations.

Student Activity Fees will be raised to $200 to accommodate an overall budget increase of 13.11 percent across the...

News: Campus reacts to discriminatory fliers

Many members of the campus community were outraged last week in response to a flier distributed on campus Tuesday, Feb. 26.

The posters displayed a picture of two men engaging in intercourse, underneath saying, "Homosexuality is wrong. Do you f...

Living & Arts: Student, faculty win volunteer awards

More than 30 Susquehanna student and staff volunteers were honored at an awards ceremony and reception held Wednesday, Feb. 20.

The awards program, which is held every year on Student Volunteer Day, recognizes all students and faculty members...
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Sports: Crusaders lose, tie at King's

The Crusader softball team is off to a 5-4-1 start so far in its 2002 campaign. Wednesday the Crusaders traveled to Wilkes-Barre to face the Lady Monarchs of King's in a double-header.

In the opening game, the Monarchs jumped out to a 2-0 lead...

Sports: Team ends trip on positive note

For my final spring break as a Susquehanna Crusader, the softball team traveled to Fayetteville, N.C., to challenge some of the top competitors from the Dixie Conference. Fighting through some rough spots all week, we finished with a 5-3 record....



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