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April 09, 2010
Vol. 51 No. 19

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Coal sparks energy discussion

By Kayla MacMillan
Staff Writer

The national "Green Movement" is not new to Susquehanna, but students hope to strengthen the university's involvement by eliminating the school's use of coal.

On April 17, Student Awareness for the Value of the Environment (SAVE) will host a...

Summer classes provide options

By Lyndsey Cox
News Editor

Are you just one or two classes short of graduating? Do you want to get ahead to graduate early? Susquehanna offers courses each summer to allow students to catch up or get ahead as they plan to meet the 130-credit requirement.

This summer,...

Group mediates office hour issue

By Heather Cobun
Managing Editor of Content

A focus group made up of students and faculty members met yesterday to discuss changing the office hour policy in the faculty handbook. The updated language could be voted on at the final faculty meeting of the academic year on April...

Enrollment increase strains campus jobs

By Beth Tropp
Staff Writer

As Susquehanna prepares to welcome its largest freshman class to date, students looking for on-campus employment next semester should apply before summer break.

It might be difficult for students to secure jobs this year even with more than ...

University maps out the future

By Gabriele Keizer
Graphics Editor

President L. Jay Lemons spoke of Susquehanna's strategic plan for focusing on sustainability, diversity, assessment and the continuation of building relationships for 2010-2013 academic years.

Susquehanna has been going under some level of...

Derk sets sights on D.C.

By Becky Jones
Asst. to the Editor in Chief

Susquehanna graduate Malcolm Derk '05 is running for representative of Pennsylvania's 10th district in the United States House of Representatives.

Backed by his communications director Elizabeth Rhodes '09, the lone Republican candidate is...

Students, faculty bid adieu to Dr. Blessing

By Lauren Williams
Editor in Chief

After teaching for 44 years at Susquehanna, James Blessing, 68, professor of political science, will be retiring at the close of the semester, a year shy of his original plan to retire in 2011.

Blessing's decision to retire early came after the...

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Coal sparks energy discussion

University maps out the future

Summer classes provide options

Derk sets sights on D.C.

Group mediates office hour issue

Students, faculty bid adieu to Dr. Blessing

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