Scholars Day showcases seniors
Assistant News Editor
Students completed an integral part of their capstone during the Senior Scholars Day on Tuesday, April 20.
"The work presented at Senior Scholars Day is usually the culminating work a student has done in his or her primary area of study," said ...
Senior reflects on newspaper transformation
By Lauren Williams
On behalf of The Crusader editorial board, old and new, I would like to present the Susquehanna community with the publication's redesign for the 2010-11 academic year and beyond. For about a month, our editors have worked extra hours and stretched...
Campus events lend a hand to Haiti
By Ashlie Crosson
Editor in Chief
Led by the Susquehanna University Haiti Relief Fund (SUHRF), Susquehanna students have worked throughout the semester to raise awareness and money for disaster-ravaged
Haiti through several events and fundraisers.
Over the past four months,...
Volcanic eruption affects students abroad
By Compiled from staff reports
On Wednesday, April 14, the Icelandic volcano Eyjafjalla-jokull (pronounced ay-yah-FYAH-lah-yer-kuhl according to the Associated Press) erupted for the second time since March 20, spewing such a large cloud of ash that it interrupted tens of...
New fund gives students workplace experience
By Becky Jones
Managing Editor of Content
"Life is not a multiple-choice test," Alicia Jackson, dean of the Sigmund-Weis School of Business said, laughing.
While the business school's applied finance classes have served as a transition between taking tests and gaining real-world...
Committee searches high and low for new provost
By Lyndsey Cox
Last semester, Linda McMillin, the current provost and dean of faculty, announced that she was planning on going back to teaching and thus would be exiting her current positions.
"Susquehanna University invites applications and nominations for...