News: Seniors reflect on collegiate years at Convocation
It's the first event of the spring semester that truly signifies the waning time that seniors have left at Susquehanna: Senior Convocation.
If this fact hadn't quite struck an unassuming senior yet, the champagne flutes commemorating the ...
News: Financial management discussed at Money Matters
Three Susquehanna faculty members met to advise students on financial issues regarding money, tuition and debt on Wednesday in the Center for Academic Achievement in Fisher Hall.
Director of Financial Aid Helen Nunn, Academic Adviser Renee ...
Living & Arts: Creative Writing Conference comes with Joy
"These bones, robed with now," Joy Castro read at a lecture on Monday.
Castro, who was recently named one of 2009's Best New Latino Authors, read excerpts from several of her works on Feb. 20 at 4:30 p.m. in the Degenstein Theater. The lecture was...
Forum: Writer finds inspiration in slam poetry
Most of America sees writing as some mystical event. It's as though writers are akin to unicorns, like we're some elusive beings whose actions will forever be misunderstood by anyone outside of the elite club.
Okay, I'll give you the fact that we...
Sports: Crusaders hurdle the competition at SU Open
With 20 schools represented by more than 700 athletes, last Friday's SU Open showed no shortage of impressive track and field action.
Men's field events thrower junior Ken Schetroma continued an already record-breaking season for the Crusaders. In...
Sports: Women's basketball falls to nationally-ranked Juniata
The Susquehanna women's basketball team lost to Juniata, 77-48, on senior night Saturday in its final game of the season.
Head coach Jim Reed described senior night as more than a basketball game. Seniors Korey McCaffrey and Samantha Pelletier...