People & Places

As the Food Network's grand prize winners, Professor of Communications Randy Hines and his wife, Cathy, rubbed shoulders with renowned chefs such as Sunny Anderson during the ninth annual South Beach Food and Wine Festival.

Rubbing Shoulders With the Rich and Famous

Collecting stamps or coins, golfing, maybe antiquing or reading books … but entering sweepstakes as a hobby?

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About 100 graduating seniors joined President L. Jay Lemons for the annual senior hike up Mt. Mahanoy.

All About the Climb

If it’s the Friday before Commencement and the weather is acceptable, you’ll likely find busloads of students departing with Susquehanna’s president for a hike up Mt. Mahanoy, 25 miles southeast of Selinsgrove.

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Patrick Long, associate professor and chair of the Department of Music, works on a composition with Billie Tadros

New Major and Minors Offer Students Specialized Education

Susquehanna University added a new major and two new minors to its list of academic offerings this fall. In addition to more than 50 majors and minors already offered at Susquehanna, students now have the option...

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Alumni, students and faculty participated in an April 16 ribbon-cutting ceremony marking the official opening of the Student Investment Center in Apfelbaum Hall.

A SWIFT Education

In the current market, new graduates interested in entering the fast-paced, competitive world of Wall Street may find themselves at a disadvantage. But thanks to the Sigmund Weis School of Business’ SWIFT program...

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New health care options come to campus

New Health Care Options Come to Campus

Susquehanna University students soon will be able to use the services of Geisinger Health System right on campus. Susquehanna has partnered with Geisinger to open a new student health center and public health care clinic on University Avenue.

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Student actors participate in the 30-minute video, Anatomy of a Test, a film project conducted in the summer under the leadership of Assistant Professor of Communications Judith Morris.

Anatomy of Filmmaking

For most students, an 80-degree week toward the end of May means a week of sleeping in, swimming and sunbathing. However, for several students this May, it was an opportunity to further their knowledge and experience...

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Alex Sweger and Christina Los were among more than 100 seniors presenting their research during Senior Scholars Day this spring. Research topics ranged from wolf spiders and sea urchins, to Andy Warhol photographs and marketing to the subconcious mind.

Senior Scholars Show Their Stuff

For Hannah Spinner ’10, April was a busy month. On April 13, she traveled to Washington, D.C., to participate in “Posters on the Hill,” a competitive annual event that showcases high-quality undergraduate research on Capitol Hill.

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