People & Places
Coffee and Conversation
Oh, I know what they are talking about, thought Jamie Beaudoin ’13, overhearing a conversation about baseball as she walked through Benny’s one day. She had recently learned how to calculate a batting average from her philosophy professor.
Taking A Stand
Susquehanna was changed little by the political activity of the 1960s. Student activism on campus was rare in comparison to most universities of the time. Ending mandatory chapel attendance seemed to be the most controversial topic of the day.
A Capella Music Explodes on Campus With Harmonic Combustion
From the box-office smash Pitch Perfect to FOX’s wildly successful Glee, it’s clear a capella groups are once again in vogue. Their popularity hasn’t escaped Susquehanna either.
Making the Most of Summer
Weighing summer options can be daunting for students, especially when financial feasibility is a consideration. Fortunately, Susquehanna provides several opportunities for worthwhile summer learning experiences that include financial support.