Science building underway, time capsules to be filled
By Kelly Stemcosky
The new science building will hold pieces of new technology inside, in the form of a time capsule.
According to Jennifer Elick, associate professor of geology & environment, the exact contents of the capsule have not been decided yet.
Recent racial incidents under investigation
By Sierra McCleary-Harris
Managing Editor of Content
Between Aug. 23 and Aug. 30, about eight Susquehanna students were the victims of racially-charged verbal assaults.
On the night of Aug. 23, a red Ford Explorer approached two black males near West Village, according to Associate Dean and...
$4 million grant makes new building possible
By Courtesy of the Office of Communications
Pennsylvania Governor Edward G. Rendell awarded $4 million in state funds to Susquehanna on Aug. 6 to help construct a 75,000-square-foot, LEED-certified science building that will house biology, chemistry and earth and environmental sciences. The...
Visitor's pass policy requires registration
By Stephanie Beazley
A Visitor's Pass policy was instated this year at Susquehanna, requiring that all on-campus students with a guest staying overnight in a residence hall must register that guest with Public Safety to receive a visitor's pass.
Developed this ...