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September 19, 2003
Vol. 45 No. 2

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News: Michelle Branch comes to SU

On Oct. 10, the Student Activities Committee will welcomes Michelle Branch, with opening act Pat McGee Band, to the Weber Chapel Auditorium.
Not since Natalie Merchant in 1994 has a female recording artist performed at Susquehanna.

Not only ...

News: NPR tapes at university

Questions about obscenity in the classroom were raised during the taping of the National Public Radio's award-winning program "Justice Talking" sponsored by the Arlin M. Adams Center for Law and Society in Stretansky Hall on Monday night.

New Faces

Living & Arts: New faculty bring talent to campus

This semester has presented a collection of new faculty at Susquehanna, with 17 new professors and seven new administrators.

There have been additions to the School of Natural and Social Sciences, the Sigmund Weis School of Business and the...

Forum: Professors are ignoring boundaries

Last week, National Public Radio (NPR), a non-profit radio organization, held a debate about academic freedom and the role of legislature and government to restrict academic freedom.

The debate was lively and interesting, but it left me shaking...
Three's Company

Sports: Kodack picture perfect in 27-6 win

Susquehanna put week one's loss behind it, as they overcoming the weather and a perennial powerhouse with statistics on its side, as the Crusaders beat Widener on the road, 27-6.

While the impressive performance by Susquehanna jumpstarted its...

Sports: New athletic fields in progress

During the past few years, the Susquehanna campus has often resembled a Pennsylvania highway work zone, and this year is no exception.

Construction is under way on a new $1.6 million athletic complex on Sassafras Street, directly across from the...



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