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November 05, 2004
Vol. 46 No. 8

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News: Bush elected for four more

What was expected to be one of the closest and most bitterly contested presidential elections in history concluded Wednesday afternoon when Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry conceded his bid for the White House to President George W. Bush, securing the...

News: Campus split over election

During the presidential election process, Susquehanna students were as undecided as the nation.

After conducting an unscientific poll of Susquehanna students, the data showed that the political attitudes on campus mirrored the national...

Living & Arts: Messinger to lecture as visiting fellow

Susquehanna will host Ruth Messinger, this year's Woodrow Wilson Visiting Fellow, Tuesday to Thursday.

Executive director and president of the American Jewish World Service, Messinger will present a lecture on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in...

Forum: Bush-basher incorrect

Despite the fact that the election will be over by the time this article will come out, I feel compelled to respond to Tracy Fiedler's article last week in which "truth" was offered yet was almost nowhere to be found. It seems to me many students...

Sports: Soccer knocks Blue Jays out of nest

In the women's soccer semifinal match at home Wednesday night against Elizabethtown, the Crusaders earned a 3-1 victory and a spot in the championship match against Messiah on Saturday.

The scoring began at 9:48 into the match with a goal by...

Sports: Volleyball qualifies for conference finals

For the Susquehanna volleyball team, the stage is set.

With a 3-2 win over Elizabeth-town in the Commonwealth Conference semifinals on Wednesday night, the Crusaders earned a spot in the conference finals for the first time in program his...



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