Magazine is outlet for writers
By Rob Rotell
Susquehanna opened the new year with a celebration of creativity from undergraduate students from all across the country.
The latest issue of the Susque-hanna Review was released Wed-nesday, Sept. 12. A reception was held in the Shearer Dining...
Holiday marks start of new year
By Ashley Long
The two-day celebration of a new year will end tonight at nightfall. The Jewish New Year, Rosh Hashana, is a time to reflect on past mistakes and make new "resolutions," according to www.jewfaq.org. Rosh Hashana took place at sundown Wednesday and...
Faculty to perform play
By Stephanie Bettick
A soldier makes a bargain with the devil and receives a book that tells him what will happen in the future in "L'histoire du Soldat," a theatrical work that will be presented by Susquehanna's Department of Music tonight.
The piece, which will be...
Book club returns to campus
By Lyndsey Cox
Susquehanna's "Darned Ole Fools Over Books" (DOFOBS) club will start off its second year by reading "The Autobiography of Malcom X."
Started last fall, DOFOBS is a "group of students, staff and faculty who gather once a month to have discussion...