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March 26, 2004
Vol. 45 No. 18

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News: Marty addresses religious issues

"There are two 4-year-olds and one says to another, 'Did you see that condom on the veranda?' The other 4-year-old replies, 'What's a veranda?'"

This joke was one way that Distinguished Service Professor at the University of Chicago Divinity...

News: Capstone replaces futures core

When registering for next semester's classes, students will not have to work a futures class into their schedule.

"The futures core was dropped in favor of adopting a different requirement," Linda McMillin, provost and dean of the faculty, ...
Nail It

Living & Arts: Gallery to feature covers

Lore A. Degenstein Gallery will open its spring exhibition titled "Paintings from the Covers of The New Yorker magazine by Charles E. Martin, 1938-1987" on Saturday.

There will be a reception on March 27 from 7 to 9 p.m. with an opening lecture...

Forum: Political issues should recieve more attention

The one-year anniversary of the United States' declaration of war on Iraq passed this weekend. Turn on CNN, or Fox News Channel, open any newspaper from here to Los Angeles, and surely it was the issue of the week.

Questions such as, "What have...
Follow Through

Sports: Baseball drops two games

Susquehanna's baseball team experienced a frustrating two days at the plate this week, charting just six hits a piece in losses to York and Elizabethtown.

On Wednesday evening, the Crusaders dropped a game to Elizabethtown by a score of 7-2...

Sports: Carfello posts six in rout of King's

Sophomore midfielder Chrissy Carfello scored a career-high six goals to lead the Susquehanna women's lacrosse team to victory over King's on Wednesday.

Carfello, with 15 goals on the season, netted three goals in each half as the Crusaders...



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