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October 18, 2013
Vol. 55 No. 6

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Student groups starts the conversation

By Jessica Gilchrist
Contributing Writer

As a community, Susquehanna has known struggle. In two years, students have seen nooses hanging in Fisher Hall and swastikas at a local synagogue, stood for Trayvon Martin among national headlines and now are struggling to understand the government...

Editors juggles friends and school work

By Brooke Renna
Editor in Chief

Over fall break, I finished reading a novel called "Commencement" for my academic novels class with President Lemons. (Yes, President Lemons teaches a class, and it is completely awesome.) Besides getting ahead on my classwork, reading this book...

First-year reflects on first homecoming

By Sarah Harshbarger
Staff Writer

In the days before fall break, a strange phenomenon occurred. Even the least homesick of the first-year students could hardly think or talk about anything else. The reality began to set in that we were going home for the first time in seven weeks ...

Chaplain's Corner

By Rev. Thomas W. Martin

"Whoever does not love does not know God, for God IS Love" (1 John 4:8).
This past week a swastika was drawn on a student's door. Such acts must stand condemned for the ignorance, hatred and prejudice carried so forcefully in this symbol. And all...

Finding home in new places

By Matthew Derrick
Forum Editor

With all the changes and adjustments to college life during my first year, there may not be a lot that I remember. I'm sure I drank too much one night and said some things I shouldn't have, or made a friend or two that I knew wouldn't last the...

Travel reveals cultural shifts

By Madison Clark
Senior Writer

For anyone who doesn't know, I spend my summers teaching softball to elementary/middle school-aged kids at a camp near Honesdale. And for anyone who (like me) is from a state where six week-long summer camps do not fit into the norm, then please...

Graduate describes lifestyle after SU

By Gabriele Keizer
Alumni Writer

My first alarm goes off at 7:30 a.m. Three other alarms will go off before I decide to start my day around 10 a.m. First, I check my email. There is plenty of important business to attend to, between 10 emails from a combination of LinkedIn, ...

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Student groups starts the conversation

Finding home in new places

Editors juggles friends and school work

Travel reveals cultural shifts

First-year reflects on first homecoming

Graduate describes lifestyle after SU

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