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April 12, 2002
Vol. 43 No. 20

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News: Grant to establish endowment

Susquehanna received a $500,000 grant from the Degenstein Foundation to establish the Janet C. Weis Endowment for Liberal Arts.

The money will be used to fund programs as part of The Writers' Institute.

"This grant will give us the ...
Brian Forgione

News: Theta alumnus dies of cancer

Susquehanna alumnus Brian D. Forgione died Monday morning, April 8, 2002, at Mercy Hospital in Scranton, following a battle with cancer.

Forgione graduated in May 2000 with a bachelor's degree in elementary education.

He was a member of the...
Swing Sensation

Living & Arts: S.U. Swings to hold dance, lessons

S.U. Swings, in conjunction with Susquehanna's Honors Program, will present a swing dance on campus Saturday, April 13, featuring music by The Slicked Up 9's.

The dance will be held in Evert Dining Hall in the Degenstein Campus Center from 9...

Forum: Fox show is a must-see

I'm not a big fan of television; it's usually boring and poorly written. Quite frankly, I think enough tube can add that dreaded forty-seventh chromosome to your genetic makeup to make you officially mentally retarded.

However, there is one show...
Driving Force

Sports: Offense fuels winning streak

The Susquehanna women's lacrosse team extended their winning streak to four games last week, defeating Wooster 6-4, King's 16-2 and FDU-Madison 17-6.

With 19:24 remaining in the second half of Sunday's non-conference game vs. Wooster, junior...
Game, Set, Match

Sports: Tennis ends drought

The Susquehanna men's tennis team saw its modest two-game winning streak come to an end Wednesday afternoon as host Albright took five of six singles matches en route to a 6-1 win in Commonwealth Conference action. The Crusaders fell to 2-8 ...



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