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February 21, 2003
Vol. 44 No. 16

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News: Board approves tuition increase

The Susquehanna Board of Directors approved a tuition increase of 5.23 percent for the 2003-2004 academic year.

According to university treasurer Michael Coyne, the total cost of a Susquehanna education, room, board and fees will rise to $29,990...

News: Program stamps out S.U. smoking

An eight-week program is being offered to help students and staff quit smoking. The program, called "Freedom From Smoking," began Thursday and is being offered by S.P.A.R.C., formerly the P.E.P. team.

"What the program advocates is behavior...

Living & Arts: S.U. tackles squirrel mischief

Senior Pat Johnson had quite the surprise waiting for him when he returned to school after winter break. Two squirrels had taken over his room at the Sigma Phi Epsilon house after chewing a hole through the wall behind his TV.

"I opened the door...

Forum: Vatican approves of 'Potter'

This past fall semester, I went to London to study abroad. In England, I picked up two obsessions: a compulsive love for tea and Harry Potter.

I spent many afternoons sitting in my room in London, sipping piping hot tea, eating biscuits (cookies...
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Sports: Rathmell's 19 points lift Crusaders

Junior guard Dan Rathmell had a team-high 19 points, including 13 in the first half, to lead the Crusaders to a 73-67 victory at Moravian on Wednesday night.

"Dan played very well," head coach Frank Marcinek said. Offensively, he carried us in...

Sports: Marcinek on brink of more milestones

The Susquehanna men's basketball team goes into Saturdays game against Widener needing a win to secure its first regular-season championship since 1995-96.

All this comes just two years after the Crusaders finished dead last in the conference...



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