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September 30, 2005
Vol. 47 No. 4

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News: New role for Stumpf

Students utilizing the services of the Counseling Center may have noticed a change in staff this year.

Once a part-time drug and alcohol counselor, Cheryl Stumpf has become the coordinator of health education and outreach.

Stumpf's duties...

News: Datatel boosts campus technology

The recent technological advances at Susquehanna have created new possibilities for the university's educational environment. The process, however, began before the renovations that occurred this summer.

In 2001, the Administrative Computing...

Living & Arts: Visitors increase diversity

Living abroad in is an enlightening and thrilling experience for students. Susquehanna has 19 international students attending school this year from 15 different countries.

Some of these countries include Japan, Germany, Russia, India, Israel,...

Forum: Politics need support

"Bush Wins," "Kerry loses Ohio and the presidency," "Susquehanna political groups hide until next big election." These are some of the headlines that littered our newspapers last fall, the last of which could certainly be used right now. As I...

Sports: Snyder leads team to third

After heartbreaking late-game losses to Wilkes and Elizabethtown, the Crusader men's soccer team needed a momentum boost as it began its Commonwealth Conference schedule.

An early barrage of goals proved to be the boost it needed as Susquehanna...

Sports: Field hockey wins way to .500 record

The Crusader field hockey team is continuing strong after this past week's games. With two wins during the week, they have room to celebrate. They have improved their record to be 5-4 overall and 2-0 in the Commonwealth Conference.

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