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September 17, 2004
Vol. 46 No. 2

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News: No blue lights in near future

David Satterlee, director of first-year programs, spoke Monday about the issue of sexual violence on campus and how the university is responding.

He attended the social problems class of Simona Hill, associate professor of sociology, with the...
All Wrapped Up

Living & Arts: Historical art to be shown

Be prepared to see gods, prophets, and heroes on campus when the Lore A. Degenstein Gallery holds its first exhibition opening of the season on Saturday, Sept. 18.

Approximately 40 bronze sculptures will create the exhibit titled, "Gods,...

Forum: Drinkers disturb the peace

It's 5:15 in the morning. The hallway outside my room is loud with shouting that's almost as loud as the Homecoming football game less than 12 hours ago. The "f-bomb" is being dropped like it's World War III out there. I stick my fingers in my ears...
Power Up

Sports: Fake lifts football to victory

It was only halfway through the game, but it was the play everyone ended up talking about in the Susquehanna football team's 35-13 Homecoming victory Saturday versus Widener.

It even merited a groan and a smile from head coach Steve Briggs after...

Sports: Hall sets assist record

Powered by freshman setter Sophie Hall's single-match school record 60 assists, the Crusader volleyball team opened its Commonwealth Conference schedule with a 3-2 win over visiting Moravian on Tuesday night.

Sophomore middle hitter Missy ...



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