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September 10, 2004
Vol. 46 No. 1

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News: Fraternities face BYOB changes

Students returned to Susquehanna for the fall semester to find that several changes have been made to university practice and policy relating to alcohol consumption.

One of the first changes in effect is that both Theta Chi and Phi Mu Delta...

News: Homecoming events include semi-formal

Homecoming Weekend 2004 kicks off today with the annual pep rally and a new addition to the festivities -- a semi-formal.

The dance is tonight from 9 p.m. to midnight at the Susquehanna Valley Country Club in Shamokin Dam. The Homecoming...
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Living & Arts: Freshman goes to school with mom

Imagine for a moment that you're a freshman at Susquehanna, making new friends and adjusting to college life, when you see your mom talking to one of your professors. No, it isn't a parent-teacher conference -- your mom is a full-time student at ...

Forum: Convention evokes fears

Given that New York City was the location for the 2004 Republican National Convention last week, it would be wise to say that we knew what the prevailing theme would be throughout the event: the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11.

With all partisan...

Sports: Eck scores twice in win

The first impression seemed grim, but then again, first impressions don't always mean much.

The Ursinus Bears struck a quick blow in the opening play Saturday against the Susquehanna football team, but the Crusaders had the final say, scoring 29...
Unleashing it

Sports: Women's soccer sweeps all

The Susquehanna women's soccer team opened its season with a 2-0 record this week, beginning their quest to match last year's success.

On Saturday, the Crusaders compete at the new multipurpose Sassafras Fields for the first time in a 2-1 ...



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