Inspiration found in popular novel
By Madison Clark
While exploring St. George's Market in Belfast a few weekends ago, I picked up Elizabeth Gilbert's "Eat Pray Love" from a secondhand book vendor for just four quid. It's one of those books I've heard good things about, one of those...
Senior discusses helplessness
By Amanda Miles
I am horrible at multiple-choice tests. My friends usually blow me off. I hardly ever get As. I always get dumped.
These statements summarize patterns of communication I frequently catch throughout campus conversations. Sure, they could reflect a...
Problems encountered before study abroad
By Jazmine Salach
One of the aspects that sets Susquehanna University apart from other colleges is the study abroad opportunities offered and the fact that it is a required part of our curriculum. I studied abroad in Perugia, Italy, in the spring, and it was one of...
By Rev. Thomas W. Martin
All of us are shocked by the loss of life this past week in the wake of super-typhoon Haiyon in the Philippines. All of us want to help in some way. We can readily see that people without food, drinking water, shelter, medical care or a change of...
Student presents panel at FUSE
By Sarah Harshbarger
Last week, I went to Davison College in North Carolina for the Forum for Undergraduate Student Editors National Conference. I presented a panel on my transition from high school to college journalism.
Although I have relatively little experience ...