Student inspired by seniors
By Sarah Harshbarger
During fall open house, I talked to the prospective students who were interested in the Writers Institute. However, once the conversation in our circle got around to clubs, I decided to make a plug for one of my favorites, which has little to do...
By Rabbi Kate Palley
"And all the days of Methuselah were nine hundred sixty and nine years when he died" (Genesis 5:27).
The name Methuselah came up recently in a class of mine, and I haven't been able to shake it since. 969 years -- not bad! Imagine all you could do...
Writer welcomes change abroad
By Madison Clark
Everyone told me before I even applied to GO in Limerick, Ireland, that studying abroad for a semester would change me. I heard it from family, from professors, from friends who had already been abroad and from others who simply know these sorts of...
Editor voices her SU highs, lows
By Kayla Marsh
Living & Arts Editor
As the holiday season approaches and the hustle and bustle of shopping and cooking for family festivities plagues many individuals' minds, it's easy to forget that the holiday season is a time of giving thanks and reflecting on the past year, both...