Fall 2011 - Vol 29 - No. 2

All roads lead to Susquehanna

All Roads Lead to Susquehanna

It is not often assumed that a small, sociable town on the banks of the Susquehanna River could be home to such an accomplished population. But it is. As our sphere of influence grows, job searches and student recruitment strategies cast a larger net.

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Before posing in her pinstriped suit, Alicia Jackson, dean of the Sigmund Weis School of Business, released her alter ego to the strains of Ella Fitzgerald. “There’s the business me, and then there’s me,” she says.

Self Expressed

Familiar Faces Are the Art and Soul of the Lore Degenstein Gallery

Last winter’s exhibition, “Women of a New Tribe: A Photographic Celebration of Black American Women” is an arresting series of black-and-white portraits depicted African-American women of all ages and from all walks of life.

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David Little

Mr. Little’s Very Large Life

The light outside David Little’s cozy downtown Manhattan office turns from the bruise purple of late afternoon to the melancholy sapphire of early evening. It’s a transition of color one might be inclined to associate with the young composer’s music.

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