'Adopt-A-Family' provides support
By Sierra McCleary-Harris
Editor in Chief
Susquehanna Valley Women in Transition (SVWIT) is sponsoring a Christmas drive titled "Adopt-A-Family" from now until Dec. 10.
"Every year [SVWIT] sets up these cardboard trees at local businesses. [They have] a bunch of index cards that look...
University, departments unite when colleagues are on leave
By Kelly Stemcosky
When a student misses class due to illness or emergency, it's usually not a catastrophe. They may miss one or two sessions, get their missed assignments and collect the notes from a fellow classmate.
Conversely, what happens when a professor is...
Custody queries battled in legal workshop
By Heather Cobun
Managing Editor of Content
A family law attorney spoke Monday about issues in custody battles as part of a series of legal workshops presented by the Neysa C. Adams Pro Se Assistance and Mediation Clinic, a part of Susquehanna's Adams Center for Law and Society.
Communication opens up with new series
By Gabriele Keizer
The Student Government Association (SGA) is trying to change the notion that deans are "untouchable" with their "Meet the Dean Series," in which the dean from each academic school is invited to an SGA meeting to describe his or her role as dean and...
Senior gift campaign is underway for class of 2010
By Morgan Botdorf
Few seniors are aware of an opportunity to give back to the Susquehanna community.
The Senior Gift Campaign is the first time that seniors are asked to support Susquehanna as alumni.
According to the university Web site, the Senior Gift...
Rambo teaches students the right moves in self-defense class
By Janaya Berry
Young people ages 12 to 24 are victims of violent crime. To prepare for this reality, self-defense classes are provided nationwide to educate possible victims on how to protect themselves from violent individuals and situations.
Students encouraged to examine housing process
By Compiled from staff reports
Off-campus housing has always been a responsibility that many upperclassmen have been interested in. However, Susquehanna's status is listed as a residential campus, meaning that students must request to live off campus.
According to the...