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April 02, 2004
Vol. 45 No. 19

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News: Election creates controversy

Student Government Association elections for the offices of president, vice president and secretary, which were held March 22 to 25, were declared invalid by sophomore Anna Makatche, S.G.A. parliamentarian, on March 25.

New elections were held...
Break the Cycle

News: Issues of race and sexuality discussed

In his lecture titled "One More River to Cross: The Intersections of Race and Sexuality," Jamie Washington, president and founder of the Washington Consulting Group, said that his goal for the evening was to "deepen the level of authentic ...

Living & Arts: Duo works as raft guides

During the school week, they are like any other college students.

But on the weekends, it's a different story.

On weekends in the spring, Alison and Jon Dillon are river rafting guides.

Alison, the older of the Dillon children, is a...

Forum: Kerry rejects endorsement

Recently, Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry got in some trouble by declaring that foreign leaders were hoping that he would win the upcoming Presidential election. Of course, he couldn't state who these leaders were, so I have taken it...

Sports: Men start MAC season on a roll

This is a new spot for Susquehanna's men's lacrosse team.

With three Middle Atlantic Conference wins to open its league schedule this week, Susquehanna is a burgeoning contender for its first postseason berth in the five-year history of the...

Sports: Softball splits games at Scranton

In Susquehanna's softball doubleheader at Scranton on Wednesday, the Crusaders won the first game 6-1 and then fell to the Lady Royals in the second game, 6-2.

The games brought the Crusaders record to 8-5 overall and 0-2 in the Commonwealth...



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