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November 21, 2003
Vol. 45 No. 10

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News: Juniors win in 'Crusader Feud'

The Student Activities Committee hosted "Crusader Class Feud" in Evert Dining Room last Friday at 8 p.m.

"Crusader Class Feud" brought the popular game show "Family Feud" to the Susquehanna community by teaming up class rivals.

"Our goal was...

News: SGA to vote on new club

Junior Michael Ozlanski and president of Susquehanna Students in Free Enterprise, spoke about SIFE's projects goals and benefits at the Student Government Association meeting Monday.

"The main purpose of SIFE is to use the principles of...
Rhythm and Blues

Living & Arts: Versatile musician to perform

Singer and songwriter Jason Myles Goss will bring his unique blend of rock, blues, pop and folk to Charlie's Coffeehouse on Saturday at 9 p.m. for a free performance.

His versatility as a performer and his skill as a songwriter have led others...

Forum: Cafeteria kiss opens doors

The following is a fictitious conversation based on actual events that occurred Nov. 5 in the River Hill High School cafeteria in Clarksville, Md., according to an article.

The names used are not meant to correlate with anyone from...
Round Up

Sports: Warriors shut out Crusaders

Susquehanna ended its season with a 38-0 loss to rival Lycoming, which clinched the Middle Atlantic Conference championship and earned an automatic berth in the NCAA Division III playoffs.

The Crusaders entered the game looking for an upset and...
Battle Below

Sports: Crusaders look to defend hoops title

The Crusader men's basketball team will open its season this weekend in the 15th annual Pepsi/Weis Tip-Off Tournament held at O.W. Houts Gymnasium.

In the tournament, King's will square off with New Jersey City in tonight's opener at 6 p.m., and...



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