People & Places

Susquehanna’s new Hillel House is open to anyone who wishes to learn more about Jewish culture and religion.

Keeping It Kosher

New Hillel House Enhances Jewish Life on Campus

Rabbi Kate Palley, director of Jewish life, enthusiastically opened the doors to the new Hillel House on Jan. 24. Located at 406 University Ave., the house serves as a communal space for the Susquehanna Jewish community.

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Susquehanna has sent groups of students on service learning trips to areas devastated by hurricanes, flooding and more.

Students Get DiRTy to Help Others

Natural disasters are an ever-present threat, at home and abroad. For years, Susquehanna has sent groups of students on service learning trips to areas devastated by hurricanes, flooding and more.

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Amanda Cavanaugh ‘12 practices her riding skills at Summer Breeze Stables.

Riding High at SU

Rebecca Wise had ridden a horse only a couple of times before arriving at Susquehanna University. But that didn’t deter the freshman from joining Susquehanna’s Intercollegiate Equestrian Club.

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Steffy Barrionuevo ‘11, president of Sterling Communications, explains the organization’s work to Trevor Williamson ‘12 during a student activities fair in January.

Sterling Communications

Student PR Firm Steers Green Car Advertising for Hertz

Sterling Communications, a public relations firm managed and operated by SU students, conducted focus groups this fall to help shape advertising for a “green car” initiative proposed by the Hertz car rental company.

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SU faculty and staff are developing numerous GO Short programs to help students satisfy the cross-cultural requirement of the Central Curriculum, including trips to Peru, South Africa and U.S. disaster locations like the Gulf Coast.

Going Places With the New Central Curriculum

One of the many facets of the university’s new Central Curriculum is a required cross-cultural experience. Some students fulfill their Global Opportunities (GO) requirement by spending a semester studying abroad, while others choose to take shorter trips.

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