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October 29, 2004
Vol. 46 No. 7

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News: Candidates clash for seats

Often lost in the shuffle of a presidential election year are the importance of, and even the simple recognition of, U.S. Senate and House of Representative races.

Pennsylvania residents know that Sen. John Kerry is hoping to unseat President...

News: Kaszuba wins honor for thesis on femaile writers

David Kaszuba, assistant professor of communications, was one of three runners-up who won honorable mentions at the Annual Conference of American Journalism and Historians Association in Cleveland on Friday, Oct. 22.

Each year the conference...

Living & Arts: Center suggests tips for flu season

Staying healthy during the cold and flu season is a difficult task for everyone. Whether it's simply a cold or something more serious such as mononucleosis, with the proper prevention, any illness can be stopped before it starts.

"I can't ...

Forum: Election divides nation

We are about to embark upon a great campaign toward which we have striven these many months. The eyes of the world are upon us. The hopes and prayers of liberty-loving people everywhere accompany us.

Our task is not an easy one.

We stand at ...
Sweep it up

Sports: Field hockey falls to Eagles

With three losses in their last four games, Tuesday's match against eighth-ranked Juniata did not look too appealing for the Crusaders.

Susquehanna nearly pulled off an upset of one of the best field hockey teams in Division III, losing 1-0 to...
Breaking away

Sports: Men's soccer plays host in three contests

The Susquehanna men's soccer team played host to a trio of home games this week, winning nonconference games against DeSales on Saturday and Misericordia on Monday and losing to national power Messiah 1-0 on Wednesday night.

Messiah put...



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