People & Places

Derrick “DNA” Ashong presented keynote address for Susquehanna’s celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.

“DNA” and SU Celebrate Civil Rights Activist

Musician and radio host Derrick “DNA” Ashong headlined Susquehanna’s celebration of the soul and spirit of Martin Luther King Jr. on Jan. 20.

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Megan McDonie ‘13 (left) and Katie Sutton ‘13 debate the pros and cons of food regulation.

Students Examine Government Regulations

In Regulating Bodies: Food, Sex, Drugs and the Economy, students learn about, then debate, the pros and cons of government regulations.

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Dan Goodwin ‘14, Berkeley Chapman ‘11 and Nick Corridoni ‘11 participate in a poverty simulation on campus.  Photo by Kayla MacMillan '11

Program Makes Poverty Personal

Last fall, students, faculty and staff assumed new identities as part of a poverty simulation, conducted by the Union-Synder Community Action Agency and co-sponsored by SU's Center for Civic Engagement and Center for Diversity and Social Justice.

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Christopher Blake, left, and Matt Custer decided to form their own professional indoor football team after working with the Harrisburg Stampede.

Former Roommates Form Indoor Football Franchise

Matt Custer ’11, a business administration major with emphases in marketing and finance, and Christopher Blake ’11, a history major, started out as freshman roommates with a mutual interest in local sports. Now they’re colleagues.

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