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September 19, 2003
Vol. 45 No. 2

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Michelle Branch comes to SU

By Lara Cressman
Staff Writer

On Oct. 10, the Student Activities Committee will welcomes Michelle Branch, with opening act Pat McGee Band, to the Weber Chapel Auditorium.
Not since Natalie Merchant in 1994 has a female recording artist performed at Susquehanna.

Not only ...

Senior challenge aims to raise funds

By Jamie Ebert
Staff Writer

Senior Challenge is an annual tradition at Susquehanna, and it will challenge the Class of 2004 to give back to the university during their last year.

Very few people realize that tuition covers only about 75 percent of what it actually costs to...

Fresmen take core perspective

By Amanda Steffens
News Editor

A pilot class for freshmen is being conducted this semester that expands upon the traditional first-year courses College 101 and University Experience.

Consisting of 80 randomly selected freshmen divided into four sections, the Core Perspectives...

NPR tapes at university

By Blair Sabo
Staff Writer

Questions about obscenity in the classroom were raised during the taping of the National Public Radio's award-winning program "Justice Talking" sponsored by the Arlin M. Adams Center for Law and Society in Stretansky Hall on Monday night.

Host...

Review ranks Susquehanna

By Blair Sabo
Staff Writer

Susquehanna ranked eighth for students happy with financial aid and 10th for best quality of life in the Princeton Review's recent release of its 2004 college rankings.

Chris Markle, director of admissions, said that he was especially pleased ...

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