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October 05, 2001
Vol. 43 No. 5

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News: Art students visit D.C.

Despite the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the Pentagon, Susquehanna students ventured to the nation's capital Wednesday for an art department field trip.

According to Jody Hoover, collections manager of the Lore Degenstein Gallery and instructor...

News: Runners struck by vehicle

Four Susquehanna cross country runners were struck by a car Wednesday, Sept. 26, when the operator of the vehicle failed to yield while turning onto University Avenue. The runners were treated for minor injuries.

Senior Jacob Trevino, junior...
Gold Card Soul

Living & Arts: Soul wins battle of bands

Four Susquehanna student bands vied for the $150 top prize in the annual Battle of the Bands competition last night.

Gold Card Soul took home first place.

Not Another Greek Tragedy took second and One Good Lick finished third.

The bands...

Forum: Jordan may lose his luster

Once again, Michael Jordan is hanging up his Air Retirements and returning to the hardwood. He will be suiting up for the Washington Wizards, in a move I feel is unnecessary and will only taint the pristine image we have of His Royal...

Sports: Anderson scores in overtime

The Susquehanna women's soccer team has gotten back to its winning ways after an exciting and much needed conference victory last Saturday against the Pioneers of Widener University. Riding the hot foot of senior co-captain forward Kim Anderson, ...

Sports: Block secures first win

Many consider the extra point one of the most boring plays in football. Last Saturday, however, Albright's final extra-point attempt turned out to be the most exciting play of the game.

Junior strong safety Dennis Kodack blocked the potential...



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