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November 16, 2001
Vol. 43 No. 10

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News: Faculty host annual dinner

Last night's Thanksgiving feast marked the 21st consecutive year that Susquehanna has held the formal dinner in the cafeteria for the campus, Don Egan, director of food service, said.

The Thanksgiving dinner was first celebrated in 1978 and ...

News: Terrorism fuels student interest in news

National research shows that the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks have prompted young adults to follow the news more than before, as breaking information on terrorism and on war has become a daily occurrence on American television, radio and ne...
Devious Foxes

Living & Arts: Greedy theme surfaces in 'Foxes'

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: U.S. needs high-speed trains

So the United States has been to the moon. France hasn't.

Yet the French have had a national railroad network since their revolution and an efficient high-speed system for two decades.

This was the point of Forbes Magazine's Christopher...
Out of Reach

Sports: Rout of L.V.C. ends campaign

When the Crusader football season began more than two months ago, players and coaches hoped to be vying for a trophy in the final game of the year. After a tumultuous season, however, their only prize was pride as they defeated Lebanon Valley 40-13...

Sports: Three runners qualify for nationals

The Susquehanna men's and women's cross country teams will be sending three runners to the NCAA Division III Cross Country National Championships for the first time since 1984.

The Championships will be held at Augustana College in Rock Island,...



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