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September 12, 2003
Vol. 45 No. 1

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News: Mold displaces students

Mold was found on the ceilings of Aikens Hall by the Facilities Maintenance Staff less than two weeks before approximately 150 upper-class students were expected to move into the residence hall.

With about only two weeks left before students...
Pam Samuelson

News: New athletic director search ends

For the first time in 24 years, Susquehanna has a new athletic director, and the university's search ended with Pam Samuelson.

The selection process started in March and concluded in the middle of June. The group of more than 100 candidates was...
Picture Perfect

Living & Arts: Gallery to exhibit American artwork

Susquehanna's Lore A. Degenstein Gallery will exhibit the pieces of Robert Henri beginning tomorrow and continuing until Oct. 26. Henri was an influential 20th century artist who sought to embody the American spirit in his work.

A reception for...

Forum: Gay school receives praise

Margaret Mead, a storied anthropologist and cultural icon of the mid-20th century, once wrote, "If we are to achieve a richer culture, rich in contrasting values, we must recognize the whole gamut of human potentialities, and so we weave a less...
Breaking Through

Sports: Football drops opener to Bears

Despite four turnovers, Susquehanna came within seven points of Ursinus, only to lose its third-straight football season opener, 24-17 on Saturday night.

The Crusaders, who finished 5-5 last season, struggled to keep possession of the ball in ...

Sports: Volleyball picks up two wins to begin season

The Susquehanna women's volleyball team took a loss to Brockport on Friday in the opening round of Muhlenberg's Buttermaker Tournament, but then fought back to win its final two matches Saturday, beating King's 3-2 and Arcadia 3-0.




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