Support needed for SU alum
By Jazmine Salach
On Aug. 4, at a company picnic, Tyson Snader, of the Class of 2007, suffered an accident in Pennsylvania in which his seventh spinal vertebra was shattered and the fifth and sixth vertebrae fractured when he jumped into a pond.
His wife and...
Chemistry and music mix for SU professor
By Hope Sweden
While many students at Susquehanna know Mark Sarisky as the new chemistry professor on campus, they may not know that for the past 25 years he has had a successful career recording songs and albums and is a Grammy nominee.
Before Sarisky began his...
By Logan Sweet
American teens may be among Kenya mall
NAIROBI, Kenya -- The Kenyan government believes that two American males and a British female were amongst the group of attackers that devastated Nairobi's Westgate Mall on Sept. 23 and killed more...
Car sustains damages after rear-ending Trax bus
By Jacob Farrell
At approximately 1:30 a.m. on Sunday a silver Nissan Altima struck the back of a Traxportation van as it approached West Village, reported Tom Rambo, the assistant vice president for Student Life and director of Public Safety. There were no ...
How to prepare for life after college
By Katherine Palisay
Students thinking about possible internship opportunities or a job after graduation should consider attending Susquehanna's Employment and Internship Fair on Thursday, Oct. 3, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Garrett Sports Complex.
The fair is open to...