Writer follows dreams
By Sarah Harshbarger
On Monday, award-winning poet Mary Jo Bang read her work to Susquehanna students.
Bang's work "Elegy" is one of the first books of poetry I have read, but the reading gave me a lot to think about. Bang, who teaches writing at Washington ...
Work without the work load
By Madison Clark
As far as studying goes, I have two majors and two minors. I'm used to taking upwards of 20 credit hours each semester, along with sports, clubs, a social life and the occasional nap.
Here, though, things could not feel more different. Regular...
By Kate, Rabbi Palley
And the heaven and the earth were finished, and all the host of them (Genesis 2:1).
And you thought your past month was busy! Creation is the definition of a busy time. God created, um, everything. From scratch. And finished in six days. That was...
Editor comes to terms with senior year
By Anthony Mitchell
Six simple letters. Three vowels and three consonants, but many meanings.
Senior can be a source of joy, as in "I'm glad I'm finally a senior," or come with a sense of pride or accomplishment.
For me, well, I fall in-between.
I'm not quite sure...