In the 'Grove, snow is glistening
By Ashlie Crosson
Assistant News Editor
The United States may be the land of the red, white and blue, but lately, the only red and blue seen is coming from wind-burned cheeks and freezing fingers as a record percentage of the country continues to be covered in white snow.
Pre-med program teaches
By Lyndsey Cox
Pre-health students at Susquehanna have the opportunity to experience primary care first-hand during the Penn State College of Medicine Primary Care Scholars Program.
According to the program's brochure, "[this program] is an exceptional...
Planning underway for Senior Week
By Sierra McCleary-Harris
Managing Editor of Design
Many Susquehanna students may reminisce over their high school "Senior Week," a relaxing and fun-filled vacation at the beach following graduation. While those days may be a far-off memory for some members of the class of 2010, planning is underway...
Director's departure closes clinic
By Becky Jones
Asst. to the Editor in Chief
The mediation clinic affiliated with the Arlin M. Adams Center for Law and Society will be closed as a part of program "prioritization," according to Dr. Linda McMillin, provost, dean of faculty and professor of history. The Neysa C. Adams Pro Se...
Ideas explored in Bible study
By Claire Reilly
A new Bible study group, facilitated by junior economics major Holly Cullen, has been started at Susquehanna under the umbrella of the InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF).
The purpose of this new group, according to Cullen, is to explore...
Professor finds balance in recession
By Heather Cobun
Managing Editor of Content
When the economy began faltering in 2008, one of the industries that took a hit is one that you may not expect.
According to Jeffery Martin, adjunct film professor and Blough-Weis Library Media Center assistant, the portrait industry suffered ...