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April 22, 2005
Vol. 46 No. 21

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News: SIFE team getting ready for nationals

Susquehanna's Students in Free Enterprise team will attend the national championship in Kansas City, Mo., this May after returning from the regional competition in New Orleans as regional champions.

SIFE is an international on-campus ...

News: Graduation details set

The speaker for graduation this year is Mara Liasson, national political correspondent for National Public Radio.

Also, the school has adopted what it hopes can be a new tradition, the "Graduation Pledge Alliance."

Liasson is the national...
A spiritual drama

Living & Arts: 'Dybbuk' explores supernatural world

Interesting, weird and freaky are just a few of the adjectives used by cast members to describe this spring's theatre production of Tony Kushner's adaptation of S. Ansky's "A Dybbuk" or "Between Two Worlds."

The production opened Thursday...

Forum: Clarification desired

So apparently my editorial last week was ill-received, and I've been promoted to the No. 1 villain on campus. Well, I thought I'd take a break from my tyrannical agenda to clarify some things.

To me, this editorial was misunderstood. I agree ...
Bringing the heat

Sports: Softball drops two

The Susquehanna softball team dropped a pair of games at Widener on Saturday and split a doubleheader with York last Thursday.

Widener rallied late in both games of the doubleheader to grab victories over the Crusaders (12-12 overall, 2-8...

Sports: Women's lax falls despite late rally

On a hot and sunny Saturday afternoon, the Susquehanna women's lacrosse team (5-5 overall, 4-2 Middle Atlantic Conference) fell to The University of Scranton 17-13.

The Royals withstood a late run by the Crusaders to preserve their second-place...



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