People & Places

Leona Martin, Ret. Professor of Spanish

Leaving Behind an Inspiring Legacy

When they retire, the greatest legacy professors can leave behind is the impact they’ve had on their students. The career of retiring Professor of Spanish Leona “Nonie” Martin is a case in point.

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Rebecca Wilson, Ret. Associate Professor and Associate Library Director

Bidding Farewell To a Welcoming Presence on Campus

Rebecca Wilson, associate professor and associate director of the Blough-Weis Library, has witnessed dramatic changes at the library since she began working there in 1987.

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The Gospel Choir performing at Susquehanna's 2014 Winter Convocation honoring the legacy of the Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Gospel Choir Spreads Joy and Culture on Campus

For Yasmine Chervin '16, a psychology major from Brooklyn, N.Y., directing Susquehanna's Gospel Choir has more meaning than other extracurricular activities might.

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WQSU has upgraded to a high-definition (HD) format.

WQSU Hits a New High Note

Susquehanna University’s student-run radio station, WQSU-FM, has been on the cutting edge of collegiate broadcasting since it hit the airwaves in 1967.

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University Archives put history at students' fingertips

History at a Keystroke

Have you ever wondered what happened to that Susquehanna yearbook, what the original design of your dorm was, or even what someone in the Civil War was writing about?

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Music students transport their audience back to the silent film era with scores written for select film clips from the early 20th century.

Student Sounds Give Voice to Silent Film Clips

Stretansky Concert Hall looked more like an early-20th-century movie theater than a state-of-the-art acoustic music venue when the orchestra presented student-composed scores to silent film clips.

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Barb Lewis, Ret. Associate Professor of Psychology

The Lasting Impact of a Master Teacher

Associate Professor of Psychology Barb Lewis may be retiring, but the contributions she’s made to Susquehanna and the community during her 35-­year tenure will continue to have a lasting impact.

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