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November 07, 2003
Vol. 45 No. 8

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Going Global

News: Babbitt presents global lecture

Bruce Babbitt, former secretary of the interior and Arizona governor, visited Susquehanna on Wednesday evening in Degenstein Theater to give his lecture titled, "The Global Agenda for the 21st Century."

Babbitt's lecture focused on the global...

News: Lemons leads task force

A presidential task force on diversity and inclusiveness has been set in place to increase levels of support for diversity on campus. The task force, headed by President L. Jay Lemons, is composed of 18 members of Susquehanna staff, faculty and...
Hit the Books

Living & Arts: Advice given to raise GPA

After the peaceful and relaxing time spent during Fall Break, it is often a rude awakening for students to return back to campus only to find less-than-perfect midterm grades awaiting them in their mailboxes.

If this scenario sounds familiar,...

Forum: Society dues undermine admittance

About a week ago, I received a letter in campus mail that said I was eligible for induction into Pi Gamma Mu, "the international honor society that encourages excellence in the social sciences."

A couple days later, I received another letter...
Reeling in Records

Sports: Bartosic sets 'Mark' in loss to Albright

Senior Mark Bartosic was the highlight of a losing day for Susquehanna, as the Crusaders moved to 3-5 following a 51-33 loss to Albright, while setting new marks for receivers at any NCAA level.

Bartosic became the first player in any division ...

Sports: Juniata ends netters' season

Despite a hard-fought battle, No. 1 Juniata proved once again to be too much for the Susquehanna volleyball team in the Commonwealth Conference semifinal, defeating the Crusaders 3-0.

The Eagles were able to hold junior middle hitter Kerri...



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