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February 18, 2005
Vol. 46 No. 15

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News: Student hospitalized after altercation

On the morning of Feb. 6 there was an altercation at 218 W. Chestnut St, according to police.

Senior Samuel Knight, 22, of 221 Orange St. was hospitalized and in critical condition, reports said.

The Selinsgrove Police Department received a...

News: Judicial Board plays large role in student violations

The Susquehanna University Judicial Board is nothing new.

The constitution of the Student Judicial Board has existed since 1980, but the group has existed in some form even before that.

Despite its longevity at Susquehanna, most students...

Living & Arts: Plays to showcase student talent

The Department of Communi-cations and Theatre Arts is sponsoring the Seventh Annual Student-Directed One-Act Play Festival, which began yesterday and continues until Sunday.

Students from Susquehanna are producing, directing, acting, publicizing...

Forum: Rules restrict freedoms

For about a year, between freshman and sophomore year, I worked for public safety, and I had a myriad of different tasks - one most notably was writing parking tickets.

It was the most annoying and difficult task to complete and was the main...
Driving hard

Sports: Women win at the wire

With 1.5 seconds left, sophomore forward Jen Clark sank two free throws to lead the Crusaders to a 74-73 victory against Juniata on Tuesday night.

"There was 1.5 seconds left, and I knew I had to put them both in to win. I knew I need at least...

Sports: Fabulous five frosh play

As the Susquehanna women's basketball team entered the season, the returning roster seemed promising complete with remarkable talent and incredible athletes, including three seniors. However, as many coaches will tell you, it is important to...



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