Susquehanna gets rearranged
By Lyndsey Cox
With the new science building officially up and running, boxes and packing tape are sure to be seen as many Susquehanna departments begin to move to new locations around campus.
Vice President for Student Life & Dean of Students Phil Winger ...
Campus advances technology
By Claire Reilly
Over the next two years, Susquehanna's Office of Information Technology will be implementing several changes to campus technology for the students' benefits.
According to Chief Information Officer and Director of IT Mark Huber, those changes...
New director of facilities gets to work
By Beth Tropp
Chris Bailey was recently named the new director of facilities management and began his duties at Susquehanna on March 15.
As he waves to colleagues and stops to talk to other faculty and staff members like Bob Ginader of Aramark food services,...
Siren alert system gets test run
By Lauren Williams
Editor in Chief
On Thursday, April 8, the Department of Public Safety has scheduled an emergency siren test at noon for the Susquehanna campus. The test will last no more than 15 minutes and was scheduled during the Tuesday/Thursday lunch break in order to not...
Activist speaks out during lecture
By Kelly Stemcosky
"I am still here. I am still speaking out. I'm still telling the truth. I'm still serving my country. And I'm still gay," said Lt. Daniel Choi, who spoke at Susquehanna on Tuesday night.
At the lecture, "Truth and Consequences: The Don't Ask,...
Faculty continue debate
By Heather Cobun
Managing Editor of Content
The Susquehanna faculty passed a resolution Monday, March 22, to refer the section of the faculty handbook dealing with office hour requirements to the Faculty Affairs Committee.
The faculty had previously voted on Feb. 21 to reduce the weekly...