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April 23, 2004
Vol. 45 No. 21

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News: Fuel to perform spring concert

Fuel, with opening act Breaking Benjamin, is set to perform to a sold out crowd Saturday in Weber Chapel Auditorium.

The concert will feature tracks off their newly released album, "Natural Selection" and cut-backs to former albums "Sunburn" and...

News: Rheiner resigns to pursue career goals

After three years as director of career services, Michael Rheiner is resigning.

"We've done good work here, but now it is time for me to move on with no regrets," Rheiner said.

Rheiner is leaving his position to start his own business in...
Happy Horse

Living & Arts: Silverado offers alternative activity

The moment you arrive at Silverado Farms, you will feel right at home.

Several dogs will scurry over to greet you and smother you with kisses, and Jonathan Mitchell, the owner of the farm, will give you a wholesome greeting.

On a perfect day,...

Forum: Bush has made his mark

Political attack ads are everywhere, and if you can de-bias yourself long enough to take an objective look at them, some of them are downright comedic.

I came to wonder though, if any of them really work, then upon hearing several on-campus...
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Sports: Crusaders falter in key games

What it comes down to for Susquehanna's men's lacrosse team is that it needs to win.

If the Crusaders lose one of their final two games, they won't make the four-team playoffs, even though this season has, by far, surpassed the expectations of...

Sports: Lepley leads track in Messiah victory

With less than two weeks until the Middle Atlantic Conference championships, six of the 13 teams that will compete for the prize of track and field conference champion participated at the Messiah Invitational on Saturday.

The Crusader men's and...



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