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February 22, 2002
Vol. 43 No. 16

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Susquehanna President L. Jay Lemons attended last Monday's meeting for an open discussion concerning ways to improve Susquehanna.

S.G.A. will hold its elections for executive positions from March 19 to March 22 via the online voting system. Positions available are: president, vice president, secretary and treasurer. For more information, contact S.G.A. Parliamentarian Jameson Troutman.

S.G.A. meetings are held Mondays at 7 p.m. in the Seibert Model Classroom.

Sigma Kappa

Sigma Kappa will support Daffodil Days from March 18 to March 22. All proceeds from the sales will benefit the Central Susquehanna Unit of the American Cancer Society.

Senior Amy Harrington completed her collegiate basketball career against Widener University Saturday, Feb. 16 with a total of 928 points for her career.

Senior Angela Gentile completed her cheerleading career for Susquehanna Feb. 10 against Messiah.

Kappa Delta

Kappa Delta will host Tag Day Saturday, Feb. 23 at Wal-Mart and the Susquehanna Valley Mall. The event supports the 19th Annual Shamrock Event for the prevention of child abuse.

Eighty percent of all proceeds will benefit Snyder County Child and Youth Services.

The remaining 20 percent will go to Prevent Child Abuse America for nationwide public awareness programs.

Alpha Delta Pi

Senior Katrina Emery will attend American University's graduate program for Spanish.

Sisters returning to the Susquehanna campus from studying abroad last semester are: senior Melissa Cornet from Ireland; junior Kathleen Geiger from Semester at Sea; and juniors Kristin Slayback, Courtney Bouthot, Courtney Murphy and Sara Mainhart, all from London.

Phi Sigma Kappa

Phi Sigma Kappa will hold its brotherhood auction Saturday, March 23 at 9 p.m. in Ben Apple Lecture Hall.

Proceeds will benefit the American Red Cross.

Sophomore Ryan Gallagher completed a successful season on the men's swim team.

Sophomore Rob Okonak will participate in the Susquehanna men's basketball playoffs.

Phi Sigma Kappa entered two teams in the intramural basketball programs: Team Burn will play in the A League and The Nuggets will play in the B League.

Freshman Rory Scanlan will perform at Charlie's Coffeehouse Saturday, Feb. 23 at 9 p.m.

Theta Chi

Senior Beau Heeps finished first in the 200-meter dash and Trever Fike finished third in the 55-meter high hurdles in the Indoor Track meet at Susquehanna.

Intramural basketball team SPUD won against team KEG 56-28.

Senior Drew Florio was accepted into the Princeton Theological Seminary School.



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