The Crusader Online

September 14, 2001
Vol. 43 No. 2

Top Stories
Living & Arts
University Update

Current Issue

Search the Archives

SU Home Page

Ground Zero

News: Terrorist attacks stun nation

Tuesday dawned with cloudless blue skies over New York City and Washington, D.C. without indication that, in a few hours, these cities would be the target of the worst terrorist attack on American soil.

Between 8:45 and 9:45 a.m. Eastern time,...

News: Grads among missing in New York

The terrorist attack tragedy touched the Susquehanna campus as nine Susquehanna graduates worked in the World Trade Center. Only three are determined to be safe.

According to Betsy Robertson, director of public relations, the records of the...
Culinary Mastery

Living & Arts: Seward introduces lean cuisine

A bit of a new flavor has permeated Evert Dining Hall since Aug. 1, when Bob Seward arrived on campus to serve as the new executive chef. An award-winning master of culinary arts, Seward said hehas plans to implement a nutritious element while...

Sports: Defense slumps in opener

Nobody said this would be an easy year for Crusader football. From the outset of training camp, the team knew that it would be facing two of its toughest tests in the first two weeks of the schedule in the form of four-time Centennial Conference...
Piling it on

Sports: Diplomats victorious again

The Susquehanna men's soccer team has taken great strides in the proficiency of its play, but has not yet been able to translate that high quality play into consistent wins.

After opening the season with a 6-0 win against Marywood, the Crusaders...



Living & Arts

University Update



Top Stories | News | Living & Arts | University Update | Sports