Symphonic band performs all styles
By Elizabeth Tropp
Managing Editor of Content
"The music will have contrasting feelings and flavors with characteristics from very pious to fun and frivolous."
This was how conductor Eric Hinton, associate professor of music and director of bands, described the symphonic band's upcoming...
Local writer reads from debut collection of short stories
By Matthew Derrick
Living & Arts Editor
Those are fighting words.
Youth Fiction writer Claire Vaye Watkins read from her collection of short stories titled "Battleborn" Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. in Isssacs Auditorium.
A graduate of the University of Nevada Reno, Watkins now works as...
By Jazmine Salach
Reading Claire Vaye Watkins has changed the way that I want to write. In her collection of short stories, there are so many different styles of short stories, and I think that this reveals how great of a writer she is.
When I first started...
Weber welcomes all to worship
By Allison Brown
Weber Chapel's already open arms are only stretching wider to include a more diverse range of people through a change in the Affirmation of Welcome.
Since 2002, Weber has been designated as a Reconciling in Christ (RIC) church. The ...
Stringer breaks down evolution, predicts future
By Kathleen Sinnott
Where do humans come from? Chris Stringer, a popular British anthropologist, author and award winner knows. On Nov. 14 he shared his research with a crowd of Susquehanna students, faculty and community members in Stretansky Concert ...
'Good Body' inspires women
By Kimberly Bowman
Asst. to the Editor in Chief
Susquehanna will perform its annual student production of "The Good Body" on Friday, Nov. 16 at 7 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 18 at 3 p.m. in Issacs Auditorium in Siebert Hall.
The mastermind behind "The Vagina Monologues," Eve Ensler, is also the ...