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February 22, 2002
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Diversity needed in classroom

By Alexis Ostrofsky
Staff Writer

Diversity classes at Susquehanna are practically non-existent, according to Brian Johnson, director of the Office of Multicultural Affairs.

Johnson is looking to implement more diversity classes into the university's core curriculum.

College...

New stadium becomes multifunctional

By Kiera Scanlan
News Editor

As the new turf in the football stadium nears completion, many students are rolling their eyes asking, "Does the football team really need any more amenities?"

During the past several years, thanks to a generous donor, the football team has...

Volunteers repaint center

By Kim Hollenbush
Staff Writer

Thanks to Students Helping Our Elderly and Alpha Phi Omega, the Lewisburg Senior Center now boasts a new coat of paint.

The two groups joined together Saturday, Feb.16 to paint the center.

The Lewisburg Senior Center was recently given a ...

P.R.S.S.A. students vote on future

By Sarah Safstrom
Staff Writer

The Public Relations Student Society of America is sending two of its members, junior Emily Schmitt and sophomore Elizabeth Geeza, to the 2002 National Assembly in San Diego, Ca., where attendees will vote on matters affecting P.R.S.S.A.'s fu...

Students perform benefit show

By Meghan O'Reilly
Assistant News Editor

Several Susquehanna students and musicians participated in a cancer benefit concert last Saturday in Freeburg, raising over $4,200.

The concert, held at the Volunteer Fire Dept., raised money for cancer patient Kathy Brouse, according to Lisa...

Compeer seeks S.U. volunteers

By Kiera Scanlan
News Editor

Compeer, a volunteer program run by the Mental Health Association of the Central Susquehanna Valley, is currently looking for Susquehanna students to participate, according to Denise Smith, assistant coordinator of the program.

Compeer aims to...

Wildlife show stars professor

By Lisa Campo, Staff Writer
Carson McBrayer, Staff Writer

Andy Warhol once said, "Everyone has their 15 minutes of fame." In the case of Dr. Matthew Persons, assistant professor of biology, he will have half an hour.

A nationally syndicated television program featured Persons, whose claim to fame, was...

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