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February 11, 2005
Vol. 46 No. 14

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News: King's remarks incite controversy

Despite the controversy that surrounded the visit of the Rev. Bernice King before she even spoke on Jan. 27, at Bucknell University, King was given the stage to voice her views, some of which were known to be against homosexuality.

King, ...

News: Event offers career advice

Career Day, which will be held Saturday in the Degenstein Campus Center, will serve as a networking events between students and alumni.

The event is sponsored by the Alumni Association, Alumni Relations and the Center for Career Services.


Living & Arts: Great gifts don't cost much at mall

It is hard to go into a store in the month of February without being greeted by the token tacky display of hearts, flowers and teddy bears.

Fortunately, several ideas for Valentine's gifts can be found in the Susquehanna Valley Mall and can be...

Forum: Social Security fix OK

The country is about to be divided by an issue which has been a long time in coming: the reconstruction of the Social Security system. Everyone has seemingly taken a side, whether it is for the reforms, or "privatization," or staunchly opposed to...
Hoop and the harm

Sports: Mills and Malko duo shine for Crusaders

The Susquehanna men's basketball team rose from its miserable season to nearly upset two of the top teams in the Commonwealth Conference this week.

On Tuesday night, freshman forward Mike Malko and senior forward Bubba Mills each scored at ...

Sports: Frosh thriving in his first year

Mike Malko has become one of the bright spots on this year's Susquehanna men's basketball team, even with the team being winless in the Commonwealth Conference.

The 6-foot-6 freshman from Hillsborough, N.J., has been tearing up the court of...



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