People & Places
Renowned Peacemaker Speaks at Graduation Ceremony
More than 4,500 graduating students, parents and guests attended Susquehanna University’s 153rd Commencement ceremony on May 15, when 469 students were awarded degrees.
Grad Bikes Cross-Country for Cancer Awareness
After graduation, Nate Wineland ’11 chose to donate—time, energy, money and sweat, as he embarked on a cross-country biking trip with the nonprofit organization 4K for Cancer.
Hillel House Hosts Meditation Series
The Hillel House, the hub of Susquehanna Jewish life, welcomes community members of all religions and spiritual paths.
Former Illegal Immigrant Headlines Latino Symposium, Adams Center Lecture
The Latino Symposium and the Arlin M. Adams Center for Law and Society hosted speaker Edward Schumacher-Matos last semester in an eye-opening presentation titled Immigration Reform: Truth, Myths and Politics.
SU Orchestra Tour Brings Concert Drama to Middle School Students
Associate Professor of Music Jennifer Sacher Wiley has been changing the face of SU’s music program ever since her arrival in 1997.
Seniors Show Their Stuff
This spring’s Senior Scholars Day, an SU tradition dating back 30 years, allowed members of the Class of 2011 to give culminating presentations of their academic and creative work.
Student Walks Through Civil Rights History in Alabama
Ebony Bradley ’13 will always remember her “life-changing experience” in early March when she joined a sea of dignitaries and VIPs in a walk of remembrance across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Ala.
Conference Explores New World of Literature and Creativity
The seventh annual Undergraduate Literature and Creative Writing Conference explored the new world resulting from the collision between literary and virtual realms with the theme “Literature and Creativity in a Digital Age.”