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October 31, 2003
Vol. 45 No. 7

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News: Bookstore hosts book signing

Steve Hofstetter, author of "Student Body Shots: A Sarcastic Look at the Best 4-6 Years of Your Life," visited Susquehanna on Monday, Oct. 27, for a book signing in the Campus Bookstore.

Not only is Hofstetter an author, but he is also known ...

News: Babbitt to lecture about environment

Bruce Babbitt, former secretary of the interior and Arizona governor will give a lecture on Wednesday, Nov. 5 at 8 p.m. in Degenstein Theater.

Babbitt's lecture, "Global Agenda for the 21st Century" is sponsored by the biology ...

Living & Arts: Diwali to celebrate Indian culture, dance

A Diwali Festival, an Indian festival of lights, will be held Nov. 8 in Evert Dining Hall at 6:30 p.m.

The Office of Multicultural Affairs, Diversity Council and a local Indian community called AIA -- Asian-Indian American -- are sponsoring the...

Forum: Executions becoming too humane

Impending trials of Scott Peterson and John Muhammad have once again brought death penalty critics out of hibernation.

Should these men be executed, or should they be thrown in prison for eternity?
It's a matter that will always divide the...
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Sports: Offense stumbles in 42-19 loss

Susquehanna dropped a conference game to King's 42-19 on Saturday, while Mark Bartosic moved within 64 yards of the 1,000-yard mark on the season.

The contest started off as a defensive struggle, while the capacity family weekend crowd...

Sports: Volleyball closes regular season with 3-0 loss

The Crusader volleyball team finished off a strong regular season, with a 3-0 loss to Juniata on Tuesday. The Crusaders' record stands at 14-10 overall and 4-3 in Commonwealth Conference play.

Juniata finished its 33-0 season with wins of 30-19,...



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