Students raise poverty awareness with campaign
By Ashlie Crosson
Three Susquehanna students are working to unite the world as one to eliminate the problem of world poverty.
Junior Caitlin Newman, senior Sara Luley and junior Alina Gayeuski became involved in the ONE campaign, a national advocacy organization,...
Club sells hats to benefit Ugandan schools
By Lyndsey Cox
Trucker hats are back at Susquehanna, but this time with a purpose.
The Susquehanna Invisible Children chapter is selling the classic hats as a fundraiser to rebuild schools in Uganda, according to junior Sarah Fiorini, president of Invisible...
Writer's series to present short story author
By Julie Buckingham
Steve Yarbrough will read as part of The Writers Institute's Visiting Writers Series at Susquehanna at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 26, in Isaacs Auditorium in Seibert Hall.
Yarbrough's reading will launch an annual series endowed by a gift...
Orchestra concert to reflect University Theme of "Water"
By Cristina Castellano
Building on this year's 2007-08 theme of "Water," the Susquehanna University Orchestra will perform a concert at 8 p.m. today in Stretansky Hall with a premise tailored to the theme.
Jennifer Sacher Wiley, associate professor of music and the...
Susquehanna hosts Japanese students
By Colleen Nord
Students from Japan are experiencing life at Susquehanna this semester.
Since 1986, students from Senshu University have traveled to Susquehanna from Tokyo, Japan as part of Senshu's International Ex-change program.
While here, the students...