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November 30, 2001
Vol. 43 No. 11

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News: S.G.A. plans campus change

According to senior Lehn Weaver, S.G.A. president, Susquehanna is currently investigating opportunities to expand the cafeteria and create more late-night facilities for students.

S.G.A. members discussed changes that have been proposed for the...

News: Circle K holds charity raffle

Circle K is now selling raffle tickets with a chance to win a professionally hand-carved, Victorian-style wooden rocking horse.

The drawing, which will be held Sunday, Dec. 17, features four horses with the top two prizes valued at more than...
Trainer's Touch

Living & Arts: Trainers provide rehab for athletes

They are the ones responsible for making injured athletes better and getting them back into the game, but they are often overlooked.

They are the athletic trainers, but as junior Giulia Umile said, "In general, people don't appreciate us as much...

Forum: Students receive fair grades

Christmas is an important time of the year. Not just for any religious, economic or political implications of the season.

For Susquehanna students, it means the time of year that we receive our semester marks. I usually spend the first couple...
A Championship Run

Sports: Gleason heads trio at nationals

The Crusader cross country season came to an end with three Susquehanna runners taking part in the NCAA Division III National Championships held at Augustana College in Rock Island, Ill. on Saturday, Nov. 17.

Sophomore Ryan Gleason and senior...
Swat Team

Sports: Ream leads Crusaders to 3-1 start

The Susquehanna women's basketball team traveled to Allentown on Wednesday and brought back its first loss of the season. The Crusaders took on DeSales and were led by junior guard Alison Ream, who finished with 17 points and five rebounds. That...



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