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December 05, 2003
Vol. 45 No. 11

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'Tis the Season

News: Candlelight service to be held

Susquehanna University's annual Christmas Candlelight Service in the Weber Chapel Auditorium will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday. The public is invited to attend.

"The Christmas Candlelight Service is cherished by many members of the...

News: Computer viruses infect campus

Computer viruses are nothing new to students at Susquehanna. After each break, new viruses appear and quickly spread throughout the Susquehanna community. There are, however, ways to lessen the chance of an infection.

"The viruses are spread...
Coffee and Culture

Living & Arts: Kinda Cafe moves to new location

The Kind Café has moved across the street, boasting the same great beverages with an even better atmosphere. Now located at street level along Market Street, The Kind Café is hoping to reach a wider audience with their drinks and culture, according...

Forum: Gleason earns excellence

In the small college town of Hanover, Ind., on Nov. 22, the Division III National cross country meet, featuring Susquehanna's most enduring athlete, Ryan Gleason, was run.

It took me 10-and-a-half hours, 628 miles, the western half of...
Making a Point

Sports: Crusaders smoke Jays 81-63

For the Susquehanna men's basketball team, the 11th time is the charm.

After losing 10 straight games to Elizabethtown, the Crusaders defeated the Blue Jays 81-63 in their Commonwealth Conference opener on Wednesday night.

Senior guard Nick...

Sports: E-town pays for wins Wednesday

After Rochester beat Susquehanna's men's basketball team 75-48 on Sunday afternoon at the Holiday Inn Airport Invitational, Rochester coach Mike Neer had nothing but encouragement for Susquehanna.

As he shook the players' hands at the end of the...



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