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April 25, 2014
Vol. 55 No. 22

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Campus service shifts from quantity to quality

By Rachel Jenkins
Staff Writer

Students, staff and alumni came together on Saturday, April 12, to continue the tradition of SU SERVE for the third year.
Assistant Director of Residence Life for Civic Engagement Jay Helmer said, "In a year were we celebrate SU traditions, SU...

Seder helps community persevere

By Jessica Mitchell
Assistant News Editor

On April 14 students and
faculty were able to participate
in Susquehanna's Passover
Seder. The Seder was organized
and hosted by students
and faculty involved with Hillel,
the campus Jewish life organization.
Rabbi Palley, director
of ...

Student raises thousands for crucial blindness research

By Brooke Renna
Editor in Chief

Have you ever fundraised over $10,000?
Not many students can say they have accomplished that feat. Griffin Pinkow, a junior at Susquehanna, however, has raised approximately $13,000 to donate to the Foundation for Fighting Blindness this...

Summer sessions offer course variety, intensity

By Paige Stanton
Staff Writer

Susquehanna is offering two sessions of summer classes for students looking to gain more academic credits.
According to David Kaszuba, associate professor of communications and the summer program director at Susquehanna, classes will be offered in...

Student panel offers open discussion on bigotry

By Hope Sweden
Assistant Living & Arts Editor

Four Susquehanna students asked peers to hold themselves accountable for their words and actions Tuesday night during a panel discussion titled "It's Just a Word: The Power of Language of SU."
The panelists were Madeline Distasio, Candence ...

Campus continues fifty year laundry relationship

By Brooke Renna
Editor in Chief

One of the first chores that a
student is forced to learn how
to do when coming to college is
laundry. For most, this comes as
an unwelcomed task. They wait
until the last possible minute to
do it, and if possible, wait until a
break in the...

Campus celebrates longtime bus driver

By Jessica Mitchell
Assistant News Editor

Over the years many students and faculty have utilized the shuttle system Susquehanna provides for travel throughout the year. On April 29, one of Susquehanna's shuttle drivers, Joe Erdley, will be celebrating his 75 birthday. This year several...

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Campus service shifts from quantity to quality

Student panel offers open discussion on bigotry

Seder helps community persevere

Campus continues fifty year laundry relationship

Student raises thousands for crucial blindness research

Campus celebrates longtime bus driver

Summer sessions offer course variety, intensity

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