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October 21, 2005
Vol. 47 No. 6

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News: Fraternity hits Wilkerson's mark

Steven Wilkerson, instructor in management, had his vacation plans to New Orleans sidelined following Hurricane Katrina this past September.

Instead of reinvesting or saving the $1,300 from the trip, Wilkerson made an announcement that if any...

News: Diamond speaks about nature of societies

"It was the most fascinating, challenging question I could choose to write about," Jared Diamond said Wednesday night about the question of why societies fail or succeed.

Diamond, the 1998 Pulitzer Prize winner for his book, "Guns, Germs, and...
Sensational Sicks

Living & Arts: Sicks to perform dragapella

The Kinsey Sicks Dragapella Beauty Shop Quartet will perform at 8 p.m. today in Degenstein Theater.

The event, sponsored by the Student Activities Committee, is free to students. Due to limited seating, students need to get tickets. Anyone who...

Forum: Scopes case reappears

After reading a recent story in the news, I had to check a calendar to make sure that it was in fact 2005 and not 1925. I was in disbelief because in the nearby city of Harrisburg, there have recently been many headlines with the excitement over a...
Crouching Tiger

Sports: Pioneers bombard Crusaders 42-7

After a much-needed win over Juniata, the Crusader football team suffered a disappointing loss on Oct. 15 to a tough Widener team that left the Crusaders in the dust 42-7.

The away game got off to a rough start. The Crusaders received the...

Sports: Soccer loses 7-0 to top-ranked Messiah

The Susquehanna men's soccer team experienced a rough stretch of games over the last week, battling both Franklin & Marshall and Albright in double overtime and getting bowled over by perennial powerhouse Messiah.

Messiah, the top-ranked...



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