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January 28, 2005
Vol. 46 No. 12

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News: King to greet area students

The Rev. Bernice King, youngest daughter of the late Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King, will be visiting Susquehanna today for a meet-and-greet session from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Lore Degenstein Gallery in the Degenstein Campus...

News: Grant aids in research

Through a $40,000 grant from the National Conferences on Undergraduate Research Lancy Initiative and the Alice and Leslie E. Lacy Foundation, Susquehanna will conduct research on the effects of mine fires in Centralia.

Students and faculty at...
Dancing Drama

Living & Arts: Play ready to 'begin'

Performances of "In the Begi-nning," this year's Chancel Drama, will be held today and Saturday, at 8 p.m. The Chancel Drama musical is an annual performance with two requirements: that the play be entirely student-produced and that the play have a...

Forum: TV quality diminishes

I love television. I hate television. No, I love television. No, wait, I hate television. Sometimes I love television, sometimes I hate television. Well, no, mostly I love it. But no I don't, I hate so much of the fecal matter that passes for...
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Sports: Streak hits five games

Albright maintained its first-place position in the Commonwealth Conference with a 67-51 win over the Crusaders men's basketball team on Wednesday night.

Albright's Ben Gallagher led all scorers with a game-high 27 points. The Lions shot just...

Sports: Mills approaches career milestone

In a season that so far has appeared to be disappointing, there have been two words that have consistently driven the Crusader men's basketball team through the past few months - Bubba Mills.

Mills, who led the team in scoring against Widener...



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