February 20, 2015
starts dropping below freezing,
often has to worry about
more than just having enough
salt on the sidewalks.
One such thing is the possibility
of ice forming in
pipes causing them to break
reached record lows
this week, the members of Tau
Kappa Epsilon layered up to
raise awareness of homelessness
across the state.
Prompted by National Homeless
Awareness Week, Tau Kappa
Epsilon President and...
Living & Arts: SU hosts high school musiciansThe Honors Band Festival will be held on Feb. 22 at 3 p.m. in Weber Chapel Auditorium.
Honors Band is an annual high school band festival that is hosted by the Susquehanna music department. This is the 23rd year it has been hosted here.
Forum: Priest's PerspectiveIf I could change one thing about myself, what would it be? That's an interesting question. How would I answer? How would you answer?
My height? My weight? My hair color? My lack of hair!
Often, when we are asked a question like this, we think of...
Sports: Runners ready for championshipsThe Susquehanna men's and
women's track and field teams
enjoyed solid performances at
the SU Invitational on Feb. 14.
Head Coach Marty Owens
was happy with the team's performance.
"It was a very good day for
us and was a nice final tune...
ice hockey team lost 7-4 to
Lafayette in the first round of
the Great Northeast Collegiate
Hockey Conference playoffs.
Lafayette jumped out to an
early lead, going up 4-0 in the
Senior forward Steve...