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October 26, 2001
Vol. 43 No. 7

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News: Interns cope with anthrax

Anthrax hit close to home for Susquehanna students studying in Washington, D.C., when a student enrolled in the Lutheran College Washington Semester (LCWC) was exposed to the bacteria.

The student, who is not from Susquehanna, was working in...

News: Committee reviews core

The Core Review Committee, an offshoot of the Curriculum Committee, is working to make changes to current core curriculum requirements at Susquehanna.

Dr. Jeffrey Whitman, Core Review Committee chair and associate professor of philosophy, said...

Living & Arts: 'Titanic' sets sail in Chapel

Tonight the stage in Weber Chapel Auditorium will be transformed into the "world's largest floating object, the Titanic."

Sponsored by the Music and Communications and Theatre Arts Departments, "Titanic: The Musical" runs at 8 p.m. tonight and...

Forum: Music helps heal the U.S.A.

As a prominent musical figure of our time, Billy Joel has once been quoted as saying: "I think music in itself is healing. It's an explosive expression of humanity. It's something we are all touched by. No matter what culture we're from, everyone...

Sports: McHugh loses in semis

After finishing its most successful team season in 13 years, six individuals from the Susquehanna women's tennis team competed last weekend in the Middle Atlantic Conference Individual Championships.

Susquehanna has never had a singles or...
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Sports: V-ball nabs playoff spot

The Crusader women's volleyball team (20-5, 5-2 in Middle Atlantic Conference Commonwealth Conference) has nearly concluded one of its finest seasons ever, as it hopes to parlay its regular-season success into a long run in the MAC tournament....



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