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November 12, 2004
Vol. 46 No. 9

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News: Campus prepares for 500 guests

Susquehanna will welcome visitors from across the country this weekend for the university's annual Family Weekend.

Jodi Swarz, alumni relations secretary, said the office anticipates more than 500 visitors to campus over the course of the...
Messinger Delivers

News: Fellow urges students to change the world

"If you have come to help me, you are wasting my time. But if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together."

This quotation from Lila Watson, an aboriginal Australian woman, served as the central theme ...

Living & Arts: 'Dolly dances onto stage

On Friday, Susquehanna students and faculty and members of the community will have the opportunity to witness a production of music and dancing when the departments of music and communications and theatre arts present the Broadway show "Hello,...

Forum: Fight presidential blues

Take a deep breath, everyone. The dreadful election season is finally over. It was certainly a very rough time for many of us. Our university surely felt it. After all, we went from being one of the most apathetic schools in the nation to becoming ...
Take Down

Sports: Dutchmen fight through deficit

"Disappointing," said head coach Steve Briggs of the Susquehanna football team's performance on Saturday when the Crusaders allowed the Flying Dutchmen of Lebanon Valley to come back from a 21-14 deficit in the third quarter and win by a score of...

Sports: New recruits bring depth

With a meet already under their belts, the men's and women's swimming teams are looking forward to the rest of the season optimistically. The Crusaders will be attempting to improve upon the 2003-2004 season.

The men's team has a lot of youth ...



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