Education act takes hold
By Becky Jones
March 30 saw the passage of what is considered the most extensive health industry overhaul the nation has ever seen, but the second half of the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act may be just as significant as the first.
Campus conducts Census
By Lyndsey Cox
This week, Susquehanna did its part in conducting the 2010 United States Census.
According to the Census Bureau's Web site, 2010.census.gov, "The U.S. Census counts every resident in the United States, and is required by the Constitution to take...
Students to 'lock-in' aid for Haiti victims
By Kayla MacMillan
The January earthquake in Haiti left upward of 300,000 dead and the country completely devastated, according to The New York Times,.
Four months later, the damage in Haiti is still present and the people of Haiti are still very much in need of...
Toes wiggle for awareness
By Kelly Stemcosky
No matter if they were sneakers, heels, flats or boots, students were taking off their shoes last Thursday as a part of One Day Without Shoes, an awareness-raising event centered around worldwide shoelessness sponsored by TOMS shoes.
SU Republicans host breakfast, panel
By Lauren Williams
Editor in Chief
On Monday, April 12 at 9 a.m., former congressman and Senatorial Candidate Pat Toomey joined members of the SU Republicans, Susquehanna faculty and members of the community for breakfast in Shearer Dining Room 1.
Toomey discussed and answered...
Speaker advises on coping with parent loss
By Gabriele Keizer
Psychologist and author Alexander Levy spoke last night about how to cope and understand the grief and change that comes with the loss of a parent.
"It is sad that there are only two things in life we can be certain of, obviously death and...