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November 09, 2001
Vol. 43 No. 9

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News: Prindle misses council seat

Two Susquehanna alumni's bid for the Selinsgrove Borough Council fell short in the Nov. 6 election.

Eric Prindle, '01, just missed one of four seats on the council, placing fifth in the race, while Don Sheldon, '53, the former president of the...

News: Alumnus joins board

The Susquehanna Board of Directors ratified the Alumni Association's election of Michael E. Collins '73, and the Lower Susquehanna Synod's election of the Rev. Ruth H. Ballard, as new members of the board Monday, Oct. 29.

Collins and Ballard ...

Living & Arts: Club raises mental health awareness

The Psychology Club, in an effort to spread its wealth of resources, sponsored Mental Health Awareness Week this week, an entirely student-run effort.

Each day in the lower level of Degenstein Campus Center, members of the club organized a table...

Forum: Campus provides a safe haven

I never thought I would ever feel this way, but it's a good time to be in Selinsgrove -- to an extent.

While the Anthrax case total rises in prominent American cities, we're bundled up and tucked away in lovely, isolated Selinsgrove, an area ...
An eye for the ball

Sports: Offense rolls over Moravian

Imagine that you are a football player. Your team is 2-6 with just two games remaining. Your squad has been wracked by an epidemic of injuries. Time to throw in the towel, right?

Not if you play for Susquehanna University. The Crusaders (3-6),...
Serving up Success

Sports: Crusaders have breakout season

This fall marked a turning point for the Susquehanna women's tennis team. Coming off a disappointing 2000 season, the team not only finished above .500 this year but also wrapped up second place in the Middle Atlantic Conference (MAC) Commonwealth...



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