Alum wins Emmy award for lighting
By Anne Wolfe
Assistant Digital Media Editor
A Susquehanna alumnus was one of the winners of last Sunday's Emmy Awards.
Craig Housenick, a member of the Class of 1998, took home the Creative Arts Emmy for "Outstanding Lighting Design/Lighting Direction for a Variety Series" for his work on...
Pianist's music honors Bach
By Bria Parker
On Saturday, Sept. 28, at 8 p.m. in Stretansky Concert Hall, pianist Ling Ju-Lai will perform a solo recital presented by Susquehanna Department of Music.
According to Ju-Lai, the recital will "highlight works from Johann Sebastian Bach's major...
Pa. embraces new style
By Samantha McCoy
The West Coast has been brought over to the East.
Millie Boutique and Jewelry Bar opened its doors this past Monday to the public in downtown Northumberland.
After being inspired by the fashion scene in California and a trend-setting grandmother,...
Foreign cuisine comes to SU
By Virginia Liscinsky
Assistant Living & Arts Editor
Are there days when the cafeteria menu just doesn't seem appealing or when you don't feel
like eating fast food from Benny's? How about when the lines
at Ele's are far too long?
For days like these, there is a new dining option just down the...
Drake releases LP
By Joey Maltese
Drake has certainly come a long way from the token black guy/handicapped character he
portrayed in the Canadian television teen-smash: "Degrassi: The Next Generation." Perhaps the role of an over-privileged actor is the notorious "bottom" that...
Author offers weight-loss advice
By Bria Parker
Health and fitness seem to be the newest pop culture crazes. Just like fashion, one thing will be in style one week but out the next.
With the book "You Can Love Food, Love Life and Love Yourself," author Jane McClaren hopes to give readers honest...