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October 22, 2004
Vol. 46 No. 6

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News: Crime report for 2003 released

The Department of Public Safety office recently released its yearly crime report explaining Susquehanna's security policies and crime statistics for the 2003 calendar year.

The statistics categorize offenses into Part I and Part II offenses.
Political ladies

News: Student campaigns for Bush, Cheney

Junior Krista Gaffney spent her summer interning for the George W. Bush 2004 presidential campaign.

A double major in public relations and political science, Gaffney applied to public relations agencies in the Philadelphia area for an ...
Singin' Scanlan

Living & Arts: Scanlan performs solo at Charlie's

Which Susquehanna senior has graced the campus with his musical talents during Spring Weekend, Fall Frenzy and the "Battle of the Bands," and spent this past summer performing at the Jersey Shore?

The answer - Rory Scanlan.


Forum: Bush defends freedom

Sen. John Kerry is a liar. As I sat in Charlie'sCoffeehouse watching the first debate, I noticed the crowd was cheering every time John Kerry lied. This is ironic because this is the same crowd who has bought into the "President lied about Iraq"...
Spank it

Sports: Netters earn five-set win

Senior middle hitter Kerri Eshleman's second career triple-double propelled the Crusader volleyball team to a 3-2 win over Albright on Wednesday night.

Game scores of 31-29, 26-30, 30-24, 28-30 and 15-9 clinched a spot for Susquehanna in the...
Fire in the hole

Sports: Football falls to Wilkes 35-28

The venue changed, but the results stayed the same for the Susquehanna football team.

For the second straight season, Wilkes running back Brett Trichilo ran over, through and by the Susquehanna defense in a 35-28 win over Susquehanna on ...



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