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October 01, 2004
Vol. 46 No. 4

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News: Carlin and Blair to perform fall concert

Four-time Grammy award-winning comedian George Carlin will perform in the Weber Chapel Auditorium at 8 p.m on Wednes-day, Dec. 8.

The Student Activities Com-mittee is sponsoring his visit and the opening act, Dennis Blair.

"George Carlin has...
Drying Out

News: Isle of Que residents continue cleanup

The Susquehanna River remained at flood stage for almost two days before receding to safe levels following last week's flooding due to Hurricane Ivan, David Nichols, director of Snyder County Emergency Services, said.

Residents were allowed back...

Living & Arts: McCray explores Jesus' race

What was Jesus' race? The Rev. Walter A. McCray discussed the answer to this question in a lecture titled "Was Jesus Black?" on Sept. 22.

During the lecture, sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs, McCray explored the idea of...

Forum: Kerry is better qualified

While reading the newspaper last week, one headline stood out. On the forum page was something that could have been a great punch line -- "Bush shows consistent leadership." Before I laughed, I figured I would read the letter first.

After ...
Jump Serve

Sports: Netters top Dutchmen

Powered by a career performance from senior defensive specialist Tabitha Adams and 20 kills by sophomore middle hitter Missy Kadingo, the Susquehanna volleyball team captured a five-game victory over visiting Lebanon Valley on Tuesday night.


Sports: Runners compete at invite

On Saturday, the men's and women's cross country teams competed at the Allegheny Classic, with the men finishing 11th out of 19 schools and the women's placing 13th of 21. It was sort of a preview for both teams, as this course will be hosting the...



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