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April 16, 2004
Vol. 45 No. 20

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News: PC viruses continue to spread

As most students on campus have found, there have been an abundance of network and e-mail problems this year.

The networking problems are due to the Welchia virus, John Oglesby, software support specialist at Information Technology, said. ...

News: Freshman class will hold dance

Clean out the pumpkin carriage and get out your glass slippers. When the clock strikes 8 p.m. this Saturday, the ball will begin.

The Spring Fling Formal, hosted by this year's freshman class, will take place in Evert Dining Hall on Saturday,...
Twisted Tale

Living & Arts: 'Tale' to showcase talent

Susquehanna's Theatre Arts Department is presenting William Shakespeare's "The Winter's Tale" Thursday, April 22 through Sunday, April 24.

Directed by Assistant Professor of Theatre Arts, W. Douglas Powers, the performance will take place in...

Forum: Vanity prevails on campus

Red brick buildings with painted white accents that imitate the architecture of ancient Rome, some structures erected so recently you can practically still smell the fresh cement.

Between the maze of intercrossing concrete pathways sit finely...
Taking Cuts

Sports: Flying Dutchmen top Crusaders

Susquehanna's baseball team dropped six games out of seven while being outscored 51-21 in the past two weeks of action.

The Crusaders remain in last place in the Commonwealth Conference with a 2-10 conference record and a 6-16 overall reco...

Sports: Lions tame tennis in 2-3 Crusader stretch

Following consecutive victories, the Crusader men's tennis team fell to Albright on Wednesday.

The 5-2 loss in Reading dropped their overall record to 4-4 and their Commonwealth Conference record to 3-3.

In previous play, in spite of the...



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