Housing trouble for class of '08
By Jessica Sprenkle
Managing Editor of Design
"We've always been able to house everyone on the waiting list," Ward Caldwell, associate dean of students, told students Wednesday night at the second night of the doubles housing lottery.
After the first night of the housing lottery, rumors...
Homelessness lecture promotes awareness
By Rachel Fetrow
Assistant to the Editor
Susquehanna's chapter of Habitat for Humanity sponsored a discussion led by Faces of Homelessness, a Washington, D.C.-based lobbying and educational group on Thursday, April 7.
The group of presenters was composed of four formerly homeless...
Fair mixes wellness and fun
By Maris Callahan
Susquehanna hosted a variety of local businesses and health professionals at its 16th annual Health and Wellness Fair on Wednesday in Mellon Lounge in the Degenstein Campus Center.
"We have had an excellent response [this year] from various...
Rally to unite against rape
By Jennifer Fox
Every two-and-a-half minutes, someone in America is sexually assaulted.
This statistic, provided by RAINN.org, is one of the many reasons a Take Back the Night rally will be held.
The rally, sponsored by WomenSpeak, a campus organization...
Emphasis to be added
By Jesse McGovern
Beginning this fall, Susquehanna students will have a few new class options from which to choose. The Sigmund Weis School of Business will offer an entrepreneurship emphasis with the goal of assisting students in gaining the knowledge and skills of...