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February 20, 2004
Vol. 45 No. 15

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News: Brotherhood hosts race forum

The Brotherhood's Annual Race Relations Forum held a discussion Thursday, Feb. 12, addressing the positive and negative racial changes in public education. The platform for the discussion was that a landmark of 50 years have passed since the...

News: Wrona discusses assessment plans

An update was presented on Wednesday pertaining to the Greek Community Assessment that is being conducted at Susquehanna.

CEO and Project Manager of Rise Partnerships, Dan Wrona, presented his findings from interviews and focus groups with...
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Living & Arts: D.C. offers challenge, fun

You're living in a posh penthouse apartment - instead of your filthy, cramped dorm room.

You're working in a professional atmosphere at a job you truly enjoy - instead of at your monotonous on-campus job.

You're going to check out the shops...

Forum: Tuition is a small price to pay

I have the privilege of being a media leader on campus. I have worked hard, and have become the program director of WQSU FM-Radio, and I also am lucky enough to have had many articles published in The Crusader student newspaper over the last year...
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Sports: Crusaders stay in playoff hunt

The Susquehanna men's basketball team continued its quest to keep every second of the Commonwealth Conference season interesting this year by picking up an 86-72 victory over Juniata on Tuesday night.

With the win, Susquehanna now controls its...

Sports: Dombroski fills unlikely hero roll

If, at the beginning of the season, anyone said the Susquehanna men's basketball team's chance of making the postseason rested on junior Rob Dombroski's shoulders, there's a good chance that person would have received some doubting...



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