IT explains Wi-Fi problem at SU
By Rachel Jenkins
Assistant News Editor
The Office of Information Technology needs all students to participate in "cleaning up" the wireless network of virtual clutter.
Michael Eyer, an IT network service technician, said: "If we can 'clean the channels,' we can give everyone a better...
Club gives more than a scare
By Katherine Palisay
SU Paranormal will hold its fifth annual haunted house tonight from 7 p.m. to midnight in Weber Chapel. Admission is $3 per person.
The club is keeping this year's theme under wraps, but attendees should "expect to be grossed out, creeped out and...
Genocide definition explored
By Jessica Mitchell
Asst. to the Editor in Chief
Words such as "Holocaust" and "Rwanda" mentioned in a conversation many times will be connected to the word "genocide." For students at Susquehanna, the murdering of a group of people describes genocide. Claudia Card, the Emma Goldman Professor of...
Applications available for LeaderShape retreat
By Liam Curtis
Applications for LeaderShape, a retreat that takes places Jan. 5 to Jan. 11, are now open.
Sixty students, along with six faculty and staff members, will be taken to the Ladore Conference Center in Waymart.
There, the students and faculty members...
Awareness raised to help cross busy Ave
By Cynthia Brosius
Susquehanna's campus community faces the daily risk of crossing pedestrian crosswalks on University Avenue. The law offers protection with crosswalk signs, added nighttime lighting and a reduced speed for vehicles, but the perils persist.
Students and alumni celebrate tradition
1st: Pi Kappa Phi & Alpha Delta Pi
2nd: SU Paranormal & HR Club
1st: Black Student Union
2nd: Religious Life Council
3rd: The Crusader
King and Queen