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October 24, 2003
Vol. 45 No. 6

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News: Campus welcomes families

Approximately 500 people will travel to the borough for Susquehanna University's Family Weekend, beginning today.

Families have an open invitation to visit classes today, and may attend the fall student musical production, "On the Town,"...

Living & Arts: Musical mixes lust, humor

This semester's fall musical, "On the Town," is filled with an exceptionally lively and spirited cast of characters.

Directed by Larry Augustine, professor of communications and theater arts, this play brings a storyline filled with a mixture ...

Forum: Courts disregard religion

Recently, as well as in the past, I have read and heard citizens express that the founders of our country and the original U.S. Constitution endorsed separation of church and state.

Unfortunately, these beliefs simply are not true....

Sports: Crusaders dominate stats but lose to Wilkes 59-20

After a week off, the Susquehanna football team dropped to .500 on the year after losing 59-20 at Wilkes.

After a momentum-building 45-14 win over Juniata at home, the Crusaders had a bye week to prepare for the trip to Edwardsville, but could...

Sports: Women's tennis falls short at conference championships

Four members of the women's tennis team competed last weekend in the Middle Atlantic Conference Championships at Drew, representing Susquehanna well, as senior Tara McHugh reached the singles final before falling to Deanna Ng of Messiah 2-6, 6-3,...



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