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September 23, 2005
Vol. 47 No. 3

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News: Unknown male causes unrest

A bulletin in Monday's electronic newsletter alerted students of a possible threat on campus. The bulletin, titled "Suspicious Activity," reported that a man had recently approached several female students and asked them to serve as photography...

News: Country star set to perform

What do the Country Music Awards and Susquehanna University have in common? This year, the answer to that question is up-and-coming country artist Dierks Bentley.

Bentley, who is nominated for the CMA Horizon Award for new artists, will be...

Living & Arts: Market Street to host festival

The 27th annual Market Street Festival will be held Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in downtown Selinsgrove. It is packed with activities for everyone to enjoy.

Approximately 200 vendors will come to the Market Street Festival and offer a...

Forum: Racism is never a joke

"It was just a joke heard out of context." That's too often what I hear when people discuss the latest instance of racism addressed in a letter to the editor last week. This is the most disheartening response I could have imagined.

When I read...

Sports: Lions claw Crusaders

Junior running back Anthony Edwards described the football team's frustrating loss to Albright on Saturday best saying: "It's disappointing when you get beat by a team that you know is not better than you. In my opinion, none of the teams that have...

Sports: Field hockey splits tournament

The Crusaders faced two of the top D3 field hockey teams in the country this week, defeating St. Lawrence before losing to William Smith.

The field hockey team traveled to Geneva, N.Y. for the William Smith Tournament that took place last...



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