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September 24, 2004
Vol. 46 No. 3

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Wading and Waiting

News: Valley recovers from damage

Snyder County was declared a federal disaster area on Wednesday after the remnants of Hurricane Ivan caused the worst flood the Susquehanna Valley has seen in more than 30 years.

After Snyder County was hit with 6.5 inches of rain over the...
Change it up

Living & Arts: Local restaurant alters name, theme

Beginning Monday, Susquehanna students will see significant changes at a Selinsgrove eatery.

BJ's Steak and Rib House will change its name to BJ's Pit Barbecue and Pub, and many menu and d├ęcor changes will go into effect at the Selinsgrove and...

Forum: Triples cause crowding

For most of the incoming Class of 2008, a new phrase has entered the usual college vocabulary: forced triple. For a large percentage of Smith Hall residents, living with two roommates, not just one, is now a way of life. Is it all that bad? ...

Sports: Football loses to Moravian

As Moravian's Steel Field slowly deteriorated this weekend, so did Susquehanna's hope of three straight wins.

The Crusaders faced tough adversaries this past Saturday in tailback Chris Jacoubs and the rest of the Moravian football team in a...
Up and Over

Sports: Volleyball wins fifth match in a row

There is nothing like a winning streak to get a team rolling, and for the Susquehanna volleyball team the run has reached five consecutive matches.

With game scores of 30-23, 31-29 and 38-36, the Crusaders topped Messiah on Wednesday night to...



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