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October 19, 2001
Vol. 43 No. 6

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News: University plans changes

What ideas do you have for improving Susquehanna?

The members of the S.G.A. have been asking each other that very question since school began.

During the first few weeks of the semester, the elected representatives on the S.G.A. senate...

News: Seniors to tour school

High school seniors interested in Susquehanna will have a chance to tour campus Sat., Oct. 20, as the university hosts its annual Fall Open House for prospective students and their parents.

Wendy Mull and Meghan Cadwallader, both assistant...
Brave Volunteers

Living & Arts: Student volunteers train to rescue

You hear the sound of emergency sirens blaring down University Avenue.

You think about the victims.

What you may not think about are the firefighters and emergency medical technicians who are going to the scene.

Many Susquehanna students...

Forum: Economy rests on consumers

Most available evidence indicates that the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks pushed an already struggling U.S. economy over the brink into a recession.

In the aftermath, consumer confidence took a nosedive. Consumer confidence drives consumer spending,...
Going Deep

Sports: Depleted squad splits two

Both of the Crusaders' last two games could be classified as victories in one regard or another, but in just one did the scoreboard repeat that sentiment. After falling to Widener 25-13, the Crusaders (2-4) traveled to New Jersey and overcame a ...
A saturday jog

Sports: Crusaders run at home

The men's and women's cross country teams dominated the Susquehanna Invitational and then faced some tough competition at the DeSales Invitational the past two weekends.

Sophomore Ryan Gleason was the only Crusader runner to finish in the top 10...



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