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November 02, 2001
Vol. 43 No. 8

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99 Bottles of Beer

News: Drinking problems increase

Monday morning, just a few days after Alcohol Awareness Week ended on campus, the sidewalk on University Avenue was lined with garbage bags full of beer cans.

A collection of Meister Brau Lights, totaling five trash bags, was the physical...

News: Tragedy may affect study abroad plans

In spite of the events of Sept. 11 and the conflict in Afghanistan, many Susquehanna students still plan on studying abroad next semester.

According to Dr. Scott Manning, coordinator of international study programs, 21 students will be going...
Right this way

Living & Arts: Guides promote campus

You see them every day in the fall and spring. Groups of prospective students tour every inch of campus and check out everything it has to offer.

The student tour guides who lead them are a key part of the usefulness of the tour.


Forum: American lives are worth more

The war against terrorism is a war of survival. This war is a survival of the fittest. This war will only end when either terrorism or the United States of America ceases to exist.

President Bush is doing an excellent job bombing the Taliban...

Sports: Second-half woes continue

By now, Crusader football players must be wondering how different their season would have been had the games lasted just one half. The Crusaders were once again felled by second-half woes as they were defeated by King's 24-6 at Lopardo Stadium on...

Sports: Crusaders earn three top tens

While many Susquehanna fall sports teams have ended their seasons, the men's and women's cross country teams continue to run with success.

Senior co-captain Mike Lehtonen and sophomore Ryan Gleason led the Crusader men at the Middle Atlantic...


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