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April 23, 2004
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Fuel to perform spring concert

By Heather Palm
Staff Writer

Fuel, with opening act Breaking Benjamin, is set to perform to a sold out crowd Saturday in Weber Chapel Auditorium.

The concert will feature tracks off their newly released album, "Natural Selection" and cut-backs to former albums "Sunburn" and...

Spring Weekend has new events

By Alison Crisci
Staff Writer

"This year Spring Weekend will be different than the years before," Steve Satterlee, assistant director of the campus center, said. Not only will there be several new activities, but there will be more involvement from campus organizations,...

Campout to kick off Spring Weekend

By Maris Callahan
Staff Writer

On Friday, April 30, Habitat for Humanity will kick off Spring Weekend with their second annual Campus Campout, sponsored with the help of the Outdoors Club.

In addition, Alpha Phi Omega will be adding to the activities of Spring Weekend with a...

Event to focus on networking

By Nick Beeson
Staff Writer

"It's a skill you can't avoid throughout your life. If you're going to do it, you might as well be good at it," Brenda Fabian, assistant director of the Center for Career Services, said.
She is referring to the skill of networking.
"Schmooze It ...

Rheiner resigns to pursue career goals

By Nick Beeson
Staff Writer

After three years as director of career services, Michael Rheiner is resigning.

"We've done good work here, but now it is time for me to move on with no regrets," Rheiner said.

Rheiner is leaving his position to start his own business in...

Student club attends national competition

By Jennifer Sprague
Staff Writer

Susquehanna Students in Free Enterprise will be competing for a national championship in May.

SIFE will travel to Kansas City, Mo. to compete against approximately 180 colleges and universities at the SIFE USA National Exposition from May 22 to...

Students help United Way

By Krista Gaffney
Staff Writer

Several campus organizations participated in the United Way Day of Caring 2004 on Friday and Saturday. Students from America Reads, Alpha Phi Omega, Arts Alive!, Big Brothers and Big Sisters of America and Theta Chi volunteered at various United ...

WQSU hosts annual Bluegrass Festival

By Wendy McCardle
Staff Writer

The 7th Annual Bluegrass Festival will be held at Susquehanna on Sunday.

The festival is a fundraising event for WQSU-FM, the campus radio station, to raise the funds to operate during the summer.

"The station uses the money it raises ...

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Fuel to perform spring concert

Rheiner resigns to pursue career goals

Spring Weekend has new events

Student club attends national competition

Campout to kick off Spring Weekend

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