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November 17, 2003
Vol. 45 No. 9

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Diving into Diversity

News: Symposium promotes diversity

Approximately 600 people participated in Susquehanna's Diversity Symposium sessions and workshops Friday.

The daylong event began with a welcome and keynote address at 9 a.m. and ended with the "Race and the Latino Experience" session at 4 p...

News: Dorman applies for sweep patent

A Susquehanna employee has applied for a patent for a machine to clean the artificial turf at Nicholas A. Lopardo Stadium and is attempting to sell the idea to a manufacturer.

Dorsey Dorman, a field maintenance engineer and Middleburg resident,...
Acting Up

Living & Arts: 'Seagull' to land on stage

Anton Chekhov's "The Seagull," the fall theater production, will be performed Thursday through Saturday, Nov. 22 at 8 p.m. in the Degenstein Campus Theater.

"It's probably going to be the best show we've ever done at SU," senior Cari...
Diving Stab

Sports: Edwards scores twice in rout

The Susquehanna football team ended a three-game losing streak, as it won 49-33 at Lebanon Valley with 28 unanswered points in the third quarter.

Junior cornerback Kyle Sanders provided the spark that the Crusaders needed to take the lead, as he...

Sports: Zimmerman earns 10 wins

When seven starters leave any team, it leaves a large gap. When a coach leaves after 27 years at the helm, it leaves a hole. When your schedule includes five nationally ranked teams combined with the above two circumstances, then a team has to...



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