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March 28, 2003
Vol. 44 No. 19

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News: S.U. elects S.G.A. executive board

Sophomore Malcolm Derk, junior Justin D'Antonio and freshmen Erin Goedegebuure and Scott Haldeman were declared the winners of the Student Government Association executive board elections early Friday, March 21.

Derk was elected president,...
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News: EDR offers mid-week specials

There is a new twist to the traditional cafeteria fare at Susquehanna. Since March 12, the Pan Geos wrap station in Evert Dining Hall has been transformed into a specialty line featuring freshly prepared foods such as steak and seafood during...
Life of the prez

Living & Arts: President balances personal and S.U. families

Susquehanna's head honcho is a lean, stately figure at 6 feet 4 inches, offering a firm, hearty handshake and a profound presence at the podium. Make no mistake, though. This president does not rule with an iron fist, but rather a magic wand of...

Forum: Media's role is in question

Ten days have passed in our war with Iraq,
The images of which have taken us back.
Media coverage has made them so vividly clear
That it's impossible to forget the constant danger and fear.

Some say the media have gotten too close,
They say...

Sports: Throwers compete at Roanoke Invitational

Senior Matt Deamer led a small contingent of Susquehanna throwers at the Roanoke Invitational on Saturday, as he won the javelin for the second straight week.

Deamer's throw of 210 feet, 3 inches was more than 40 feet beyond the second-place...
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Sports: Crusaders drop match to fall below .500 mark

The sixth-ranked Gettysburg Bullets stormed to an 18-5 victory over Susquehanna in a non-conference game at West Field on Thursday. At halftime, the Bullets already had a 12-3 lead.

"It's never easy to lose," senior goalkeeper Guilia Umile ...



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