News: LeaderShapers reflect on past
For many college students, class and social interaction day to day might seem to be a challenge or a problem. One group has sought to go about changing this, by creating a tightknit group of students who go into the program with questions, and ...
News: Library extends its weekend operation
Susquehanna's Blough-Weis Library has instituted new Sunday hours. Rather than opening at 11 a.m. on Sundays as has been the practiced for the last five years, the library will be open starting at 10 a.m. until 1 a.m.
Reasons for this change...
Living & Arts: Club brings 'Magic' to students
Are you interested in a game that involves strategy, critical thinking and an ever-changing storyline able to keep your interest for longer than a minute? Or are you competitive and like the thrill of obliterating an opponent with just a few...
Forum: Today's youth face peer pressure
Today, children can kiss their youth goodbye. Starting as young as 12 years old, tweens, the term coined for kids in between child and teen, begin to face the cruel world of reality: drugs, sex, alcohol and violence.
At 12 years old, the world...
Sports: Women struggle in Landmark
Susquehanna struggled to get its offense going against Drew and shot 28.6 percent, leading to a 65-35 loss on Jan. 28.
Susquehanna (1-8 Landmark, 4-16 overall) shot 30 percent in the first half and 28.6 percent in the second half.
Sports: Men third in standings after weekend road split
Susquehanna's men's basketball team had another weekend of conference games, facing Drew and the United States Merchant Marine Academy (USMMA) on the road.
Susquehanna 56, Drew 67
The Crusaders (6-3 Landmark Conference, 12-7 overall) suffered ...