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February 22, 2002
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The magic flute

Mozart's opera is comic and serious

By Dave Finney
Staff Writer

Considering the musical talents and activities of students at Susquehanna, if anyone has ever questioned why there has not been an opera performed on campus for more than 20 years, the wondering is now officially over.

Nina Tober, the assistant...

Cooking class serves culture

By Benjamin Plum
Staff Writer

As a liberal arts college, Susquehanna is mandated by tradition to offer courses in disciplines such as mathematics, philosophy and science. While well-grounded in tradition, the school's professors also attempt to be on the forefront of education....

PEP recognized as project house of the year

By Katie Siegrist
Staff Writer

Peers Educating Peers was honored Wednesday, Feb. 20 at the annual Student Volunteer Day awards ceremony as this year's recipient of The Dorothy M. Anderson Award for Outstanding Project House of the Year.

The group volunteers its time and...

Weezer lacks skill in concert

By Jay Varner
Staff Writer

Rivers Cuomo is the most socially introverted rock star performing today. As the Weezer front man took the stage Feb. 12 at Bryce Jordan Center, he sported a mountain man beard and a bubble vest. It was difficult to tell if he just came off a ...

Fasting helps raise funds

By Carolyn Filandro
Staff Writer

A group of 10 students and one faculty member went hungry for a day and it was not because of bad cafeteria food.

These students, seniors Jayme Neitz and Eric Farman, juniors Erin Herbert, Julie-Beth Campbell, Robert Gerrish, Anna Dechtiaruk,...

Successful author to read from work

By Branden Pfefferkorn
Senior Writer

A prestigious undergraduate writing award, followed by a graduate writing award; two novels published simultaneously at the age of 26; teaching positions at Harvard University and Bennington College before the age of 40; a New York Times review...

Senior makes radio waves

By Amanda Steffens
Staff Writer

Tune your radio to top 40-radio station 94 WQKX and it is likely you will hear the voice of radio personality and Susquehanna commuter student Bob Hauer (aka Bobby Austin).

A senior broadcasting major at Susquehanna and a local of Shamokin, ...

Colder weather offers sports

By Benjamin Plum
Staff Writer

As the doldrums of winter descend on the small town of Selinsgrove, Pa., students are faced with the age-old challenge of finding extra-curricular winter activities. While some find the lower temperatures and shorter days insurmountable obstacles,...

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Mozart's opera is comic and serious

Fasting helps raise funds

Cooking class serves culture

Successful author to read from work

PEP recognized as project house of the year

Senior makes radio waves

Weezer lacks skill in concert

Colder weather offers sports

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