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April 19, 2002
Vol. 43 No. 21

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News: Tuition, fees on the rise

Susquehanna's Board of Directors has approved an increase in tuition and fees for the 2002-03 academic year.

According to Executive Vice President for Administration and Planning Sara Kirkland, the comprehensive fees for next year, which include...

News: Seniors walk to save gas

This week, the senior class, along with the Student Awareness of the Value of the Environment, kicked off Walk To Class Week.

Students were asked to sign up and pledge that they would walk to class starting Monday and ending today.

Those who...
By Colin Harrison

Living & Arts: Writer to end annual series

Colin Harrison is set to cap off the 20th season of the Writers' Institute's Visiting Writers Series with a reading Tuesday, April 23 at 7:30 p.m. in the Studio Theater of the Degenstein Campus Center.

In addition to Harrison's reading, student...

Forum: Useless mail is bad mail

Stop the presses! No really, stop them. Stop wasting valuable ink and paper on materials that our student body refuses to read.

I'm generally speaking to no one in particular, but I don't care. I am fed up.

What is happening in our campus...
Laggin Behind

Sports: Crusaders sweep Wilkes, LVC

The Susquehanna softball team held Wilkes scoreless in both ends of a doubleheader to extend its winning streak to seven games, just one win shy of the school record of eight straight set in 1998.

Sophomore outfielder Becky Mann said the winning...

Sports: Golf finishes third

The Susquehanna golf team finished third at the 2002 Mid-Atlantic Region Golf Classic with a team score of 618 over two rounds played Sunday and Monday, April 14 and 15.

Susquehanna finished behind region powerhouses Wesley (Del.), which won ...



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