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September 21, 2001
Vol. 43 No. 3

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News: Nation copes with disaster

With the passing of the one-week anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon Tuesday, the numbers continue to climb.

Six thousand three hundred and thirty-three: people missing in New York.

Fifty: ...

News: Interns reflect on attack

While most of the Susquehanna community was watching the destruction of the Pentagon and the World Trade Center on television Sept. 11, several students found themselves only blocks from the terrorist attacks.

Susquehanna students, studying in...

Living & Arts: Fitness center design ranks high

Susquehanna University's recently completed Sports and Fitness Center is being honored for its architectural design excellence in the November issue of the "American School and University Magazine."

Susquehanna is one of three colleges and...

Forum: U.S. needs brotherly love

In times of tragedy, journalists are employed to provide words that make sense of the senseless acts of the destruction in New York and Washington, D.C. last Tuesday.

Unfortunately, no words come to this writer at this time. There are no words...
Tripped up

Sports: Warriors smash Crusaders

The Crusader football team ran onto the gridiron Saturday prepared to direct feelings of anger and revenge at archrival Lycoming. Four quarters later, however, all it could feel was deja vu as Lycoming handed the Crusaders their first 0-2 start in...

Sports: Soccer wins tight games

The Susquehanna men's soccer team notched two one-goal victories last week to improve its record to 3-2.

After losing a heartbreaking 3-2 overtime game against Franklin and Marshall, the Crusaders used the ability to come from behind to climb...



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