Writer gets jazzed up
By Joey Maltese
Jazz is often dismissed by younger generations unfairly, and as messenger of all things hip and musical, I am here to give it the credit it deserves.
Jazz music is defined by its free form and improvisational nature, criteria that encompasses a...
Composers see works performed
By Ellen Cook
The Student Composer's Concert that took place on Wednesday evening in Stretansky Concert Hall offered music composition majors and music performance majors an opportunity to combine their abilities.
The concert included compositions written by...
Professor debuts new poetry
By Virginia Liscinsky
Assistant Living & Arts Editor
Susquehanna Associate Professor of Creative Writing Karla Kelsey read from her new book of poetry titled "A Conjoined Book" on Thursday, April 10 at 7 p.m. "A Conjoined Book" is her third book, but the first to be written entirely in...
Film prompts 'diversity' talk
By Rebecca Hall
Susquehanna prides itself on an accepting atmosphere, but students Tuesday night were questioning just how welcoming the campus currently is.
The Center for Diversity and Social Justice and International Student Services showed the recently made...
Timeless tragic romance given a new twist
By Ellen Cook
Shakespeare's classic play "Romeo and Juliet" made its debut on Thursday, April 10 at 8 p.m. in the Degenstein Theater to a successful opening night.
The story illustrating the conflict between the House Capulet and the House Montague has been in...