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February 04, 2005
Vol. 46 No. 13

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News: Area economically affected by campus

Susquehanna is providing a large economic boost to Central Pennsylvania.

The Pennsylvania Economy League reported that Susquehanna's economic impact on the surrounding area exceeded $90 million for 2004, a $2 million increase in economic growth...

News: Course policy discussed

A new policy requiring some students to wait until after the initial registration process to declare a course overload may be implemented.

Students and faculty are being consulted before a final decision is made by Linda McMillin, provost and...
Just wingin' it

Living & Arts: Domino's victorious in wing-off

In honor of the Super Bowl, The Crusader held its first wing tasting, Monday. Three different restaurants' wings faced-off against each other in a tough competition of categories including price, flavor, tenderness and overall goodness.


Forum: Holiday lacks meaning

Punxsutawney called, they don't need their idiot back -- they've got plenty. Wednesday morning at around 7:30 a.m., thousands of "normal people" gathered around a spot whose name sounds more like a sexual act than a geographic location, and waited...
Driving hard

Sports: Crusaders fall to E-town

Unfortunately only bad news rings from the men's basketball locker room with the Crusaders falling short in two losses against Commonwealth Conference teams, Moravian and Elizabethtown, in the past week.

After such a disappointing loss on...

Sports: Fan support lacking

It has been a disappointing season for the Crusader men's basketball team thus far, as they dropped to 3-16 overall and 0-9 in the Commonwealth Conference with a 83-72 loss on Wednesday night to Elizabethtown.

The Crusaders have now lost their...



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