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March 18, 2005
Vol. 46 No. 17

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News: Candidates propose ideas

The 2005 Student Government Association's executive elections are underway and voting will begin early next week.

Starting at 12 a.m. Tuesday through 1 p.m. Thursday students can cast their vote at

Sophomore Kristen Vought,...

News: WQSU given 'Toys' award

Recently, WQSU was the recipient of this year's Marine Corps Toys for Tots Detachment Award for its hard work in the fall Toys for Tots collection campaign. The award is presented to the radio station that shows the best spirit with radio ads and...

Living & Arts: History of dorms revealed

To visitors, Hassinger Hall and Smith Hall are simple student dorms. But to the hundreds of freshmen who attend Susquehanna, these buildings are their homes away from home.

Dedicated in 1921, Hassinger Hall was named in honor of donations ...

Forum: Students fail to show

The Susquehanna political science department recently hosted a panel on the changes made to the BYOB policy, which the school has implemented this year.

The goal was to have a discussion between two sets of panelists. Repre-senting the...
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Sports: Crusaders off to 1-2 start

Susquehanna's women's la-crosse team began the 2005 season with a trio of games, dropping the first two games to Dickinson on March 4 and Ohio Wesleyan on March 8 before rebounding to defeat Roger Williams on March 10.

The Crusaders traveled to...

Sports: Track teams place second

The men's and women's track and field teams each finished second at the 2005 Middle Atlantic Conference indoor track and field championships on Feb. 26.

The men's team equaled their team finish from a season ago by finishing in a tie for second...



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