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April 26, 2002
Vol. 43 No. 22

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News: NAACP chair to speak

Julian Bond, chair of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), has been named principal speaker at Susquehanna's 144th commencement ceremonies to be held Sunday, May 12.

Bond will receive an honorary doctor of ...

News: Dinner benefits shelter

A spaghetti dinner was organized to benefit the Cenacle Youth Shelter in Harrisburg by the minorities class.

The class is taught by Dr. Simona Hill, associate professor of sociology and anthropology.

The benefit dinner was held Sunday, April...
A final farewell

Living & Arts: Anderson leaves Susquehanna after 39 years

Few students graduate from Susquehanna without knowing the name Dorothy Anderson. Even fewer students graduate from Susquehanna without Anderson knowing their names.

As the dean of student life, her daily tasks impact all aspects of students'...

Forum: Fall schedules are unfair

Did anyone else shudder at the sight of students pulling fall schedules out of their mailboxes and then turning away in disgust and frustration?

I got mine and joined the ranks of dissatisfied students, as I did not get two of my required...
Armed and Dangerous

Sports: Softball sets win record

The Susquehanna softball team has peaked at just the right time. Coming into this weekend, the Crusaders, riding a school-record nine-game winning streak, are currently in fourth place- the last playoff slot- in the Commonwealth Conference.


Sports: Lacrosse loses to Rowan

Rowan capitalized on nine first-half goals en route to a 13-7 victory over Susquehanna last Saturday, April 20, at Rowan.

The Profs took a 9-5 lead into halftime and never looked back as Susquehanna (10-3) saw its seven-game winning streak...



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