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November 01, 2002
Vol. 44 No. 8

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News: Students learn, play at lecture

How gender, race and violence play a part in video games was the topic of a lecture by Nina Huntemann, a doctoral candidate in communications at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, on Tuesday night.

"People still think about video games as...

News: S.G.A. hears board, conference reports

Hearing reports from student representatives about the board of directors and executive committee's trip to St. Louis, Mo., recognizing a new club and learning more about a national newspaper program were all on tap for S.G.A. Monday.

Strumming Away

Living & Arts: Gathman premieres album

Despite recently signing a recording contract, senior Carolyn Gathman still entertained a fellow student crowd with her musical talent Oct. 24 at Charlie's Coffeehouse, where she serenaded a full house with her acoustic guitar and gentle singing...

Forum: Alcohol talks are ineffective

A Harvard School of Public Health poll indicated that more than 44 percent of college students indulge in binge drinking at least once a week. This makes them 42 percent more likely to miss class and 66 percent likely to drive drunk. Thankfully,...
The Brick Wall

Sports: Juniata run over by Eck, Ross

The Susquehanna football team left an impact on the Family Weekend crowd Saturday afternoon at Lopardo Stadium. Riding a wave of dominance in the first half, the Crusaders defeated visiting Juniata 45-17.

Sophomore fullback Jason Eck scored ...
Driving to the playoffs

Sports: Messiah snaps Crusader 15 game winning streak

The Susquehanna field hockey team saw its school-record 15-game winning streak end Tuesday in a 6-1 loss to second-ranked Messiah.

Messiah sophomore Danae Chambers scored four goals and assisted on two in the game. Aftan Fisher added the other...



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