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February 06, 2004
Vol. 45 No. 13

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News: Career Day invites students

At Career Day 2004 this Saturday, more than 30 alumni will present 10 different sessions throughout the day and conduct one-on-one resume critiques and mock interviews with students.

Events will begin with registration at 11 a.m. and conclude at...
Go Team

News: Zoo Crew promotes team spirit

The SU Zoo Crew is part of a new campaign to promote Susquehanna University athletic events.

It was devised by the Public Relations Student Society of America to increase the population of students at games.

"In addition to promoting team...
Fired Up

Living & Arts: WQSU offers eclectic mix

Susquehanna's student-run radio station, WQSU-FM, offers a wide variety of entertaining and informative programming.

Two shows that recently went on the air include "The Spin Cycle" and "The VENT Radio Show."

"The Spin Cycle," created by...

Forum: Bush's disregard is obvious

Let's say I joined the armed forces during a war because I wanted to help my country. Now, I don't really want to go shoot at people or get shot at because I might get hurt, so what can I do?

That part is simple.

I can have my dad and ...
Give it Up

Sports: Greyhounds shock Crusaders

Plagued by a season-high 27 turnovers, the Susquehanna men's basketball team dropped a 65-56 game at conference rival Elizabethtown on Wednesday night.

Senior center Phil Sander led the Crusaders with 14 points and a team-high six rebounds in ...

Sports: Crusaders still in playoff hunt

The Susquehanna men's basketball team entered the second half of the Commonwealth Conference schedule needing to make no mistakes to ensure its second consecutive league title.

This week, they made two. However, no one else took advantage of the...



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