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March 19, 2004
Vol. 45 No. 17

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News: New student liaison chosen

The agenda for the Student Government Association's meeting included a report from junior student representative for food services Charlotte Hughes, presentations from the candidates applying for the position of student liaison to the Board of...

News: SU Squares game show Friday

Susquehanna Squares, a game show modeled after the television show "Hollywood Squares," will be held tonight.

The game show, which is sponsored by the Student Activities Committee special events committee, will be held in Degenstein Campus...
Happy Hammers

Living & Arts: Students lend time, labor

A group of 10 members of Susquehanna's chapter of Habitat for Humanity spent their spring break in Tallahassee, Fla. building houses with the Collegiate Challenge program.

The students worked with groups from other Habitat chapters around the...

Forum: RAs deserve more respect

"RAs are people too."

After almost completing my first year as a Resident Assistant, this phrase has become my favorite. Despite popular opinion, RAs are more than just administrative pawns. We also function as full-time students and take on...
Winding Up

Sports: Baseball warms up in Florida

The Crusader baseball team is off to one of its best starts in years after posting a 4-3 mark during a spring break trip in Florida to begin the season.

The team's home opener was slated to be against York on Tuesday, but snow forced the...

Sports: Track finishes second to E-town

For a team that prides itself on its performance during the outdoor season more so than that of the indoor season, the Susquehanna men's and women's track and field teams showed no signs of slacking at the 2004 Middle Atlantic Conference...



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