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February 27, 2004
Vol. 45 No. 16

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News: Lemons advises senior class

Senior Convocation for the class of 2004 was held this past Sunday in Stretansky Hall. The event featured guest speakers including University President L. Jay Lemons.

"We are gathering today one last time before graduation, to talk about the ...
Ooh La La

News: Semester in France offered to students

A new study abroad program called International Core will be offered to Susquehanna students this fall.

The new program will allow Manning and a maximum of 15 students to spend the fall semester in Aix-en-Provence in the south of France....
Operatic Opening

Living & Arts: Opera to showcase talent

Susquehanna's music and theatre arts departments are presenting the popular opera, "The Mikado," Friday through Sunday.

Directed by Assistant Professor of Music David Steinau, the fully-staged production with orchestra accompaniment will be ...

Forum: Failure doesn't have to hurt

Are you really interested in an elective course that you have little to no background in? Are you afraid to enroll in the class because it may take a toll on your GPA?

Well don't be, because there's the satisfactory/unsatisfactory option, or...
Breaking Away

Sports: Crusaders fall in season finale

Despite 16 points and six blocks by sophomore center Walter Fowler, the Crusader men's basketball team was unable to keep its season alive as it fell 76-72 to Albright on Saturday afternoon.

The loss dropped Susquehanna to 7-7 in the ...

Sports: Season's end offers hard lesson

This year, Susquehanna's men's basketball team didn't live up to expectations. Yet, there are no real reasons why. No one gave up. No one quit. The shots just stopped falling.

After a 10-2 start that included taking out two nationally-ranked...



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