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September 19, 2003
Vol. 45 No. 2

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New faculty bring talent to campus

By Lindsey Ferioli, Staff Writer
Lindsay Heslin, Staff Writer

This semester has presented a collection of new faculty at Susquehanna, with 17 new professors and seven new administrators.

There have been additions to the School of Natural and Social Sciences, the Sigmund Weis School of Business and the...

Technology aids in teaching

By Robin Hellmold
Staff Writer

Susquehanna classrooms are smarter than ever.

The campus now has 28 smart media-equipped classrooms after eight smart classrooms were added over the summer, and nine classrooms were upgraded.

What exactly is a smart classroom?

Ken Kopf,...

Grilling offers history, treats

By Allison Bush
Staff Writer

As the warm weather comes to an end, now is a good time to light up the coals for one last meal off the grill. The summer season might be dwindling, but it is not over yet.

Over the years, heralding the summer holidays -- beginning with the...

Group ministers to high school students

By Smita Raithore, Staff Writer
Marilyn Shumba, Staff Writer
Hana Silverlieb, Staff Writer

Young Life, a Christian organization founded in 1940 that focuses on creating a safe and fun place for high school students to come and learn more about God, has recently begun a division at Susquehanna.

Led by Susquehanna students, Young Life...

Room decor adds comfort

By Katie Farber
Staff Writer

Decorating a residence hall room can be a daunting task. Typically, space is limited, saving money is an issue and it can be difficult making a dark, plain room into a livable and inviting room.

Every summer, incoming freshmen and returning...

Albums boast unique sounds

By Cathleen Jones
Staff Writer

Albums you students may have missed this summer:

* "Phantom Power," Super Furry Animals
"Phantom Power" is the sixth release by this Welsh band, and perhaps their easiest to listen to and enjoy so far, especially compared to their fourth ...

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New faculty bring talent to campus

Group ministers to high school students

Technology aids in teaching

Room decor adds comfort

Grilling offers history, treats

Albums boast unique sounds

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