September 25, 2009
BulletinsSU Paper Crafts
Do you love making crafts? Do you need to create a scrapbook for yourself, a club or an organization? Do you like giving homemade greeting cards? Then SU Paper Crafts is for you.
SU Paper Crafts meets every Tuesday at 7 p.m. in Meeting Room 3 in the Degenstein Campus Center. Each meeting is open scrap and is free.
Next Tuesday, Sept. 29 there will be a clipboard-making class at 7 p.m. in Meeting Room 3 in the Degenstein Campus Center. Come and decorate your own clipboard with patterned papers, ribbon and other embellishments.
Please sign-up ahead of time by e-mailing Sierra McCleary-Harris. The cost is $5. Please try to bring glue, scissors, etc.
Bring your creativity and your friends.
On Tuesday, Sept. 29 at 5:15 p.m. BJ's Steak and Rib House in Selinsgrove will be hosting a free wings and bongo bongo dip night for Susquehanna?students who are living off campus this year.
Contact the student contact board to RSVP. For other information please contact Jenna Fredericks.
Billie Tadros is accepting submissions to Serenity magazine until Friday, Oct. 9.
The theme for this edition is "Borders" and writers are encouraged to interpret this as broadly as possible.
The Department of Public Safety has received information that area college students may have received a letter from "Advanced Collection Services" or "Cayman Academic Resources" reqesting settlement of debt relating to "unauthorized and unpaid downloads."
The letters are being investigated for possible mail fraud.
If you have received a letter of this nature, contact Tom Rambo.
The Disaster Relief Team (DiRT) is sponsoring a chance to win a dinner with Eddie Hubbard (SGA President) and Maggie Bell (Head Resident of Reed Hall) at Emma's Food For Life Resturant in downtown Selinsgove.
The dinner is free thanks to Emma's donations and all the proceeds from the raffle go to DiRT for future response trips.
To enter just stop by our event table in the lower level of Deg. Tickets cost $1 each or $3 for five.
SU Dance Team
SU Dance Team is looking for anyone wishing to audition for the Dance Team. Try-outs are taking place Monday, Sept. 28, Tuesday, Sept. 29 and Wednesday, Sept. 30 from 10 p.m. to 11 p.m. each night.
For more information about try-outs, contact Meghan McLaughlin via e-mail.
The Crusader is proud to announce that Eric Sweeny was named Staff Member of the Week for his football photographs.
Look for the Crusader every Friday in newsstands around campus, instead of stuffed in mailboxes.
The Crusader holds weekly meetings in the Shearer Dining Rooms in the Degenstein Campus Center every Tuesday at 6 p.m.
Do you want to actively be involved with fellow democrats on campus?
Come to SU?College Democrats' meetings on Thursdays at 7 p.m. in the Degenstein Conference Room.
On Sunday, Sept. 27 at 11 a.m. in Weber Chapel there will be a jazz service of Holy Communion. Caribbean, Yiddish, Danish, Southern gospel and African American gospel tunes will be accompanied by the Jazz Ensemble.
There will be a student-led information session for the Lutheran College Washington Semester on Monday, Sept. 28 at 5:45 p.m. in Apfelbaum Hall room 217. Pizza will be provided.
For more information, contact Heather Cobun via e-mail.
Are you a business major? Are you interested in marketing? Do you want to apply yourself?
The Marketing Club's meetings take place on Thursdays at 7 p.m. in Apfelbaum Hall in room 217.
The brothers of Tau Kappa Epsilon would like to recognize Sophomore Russell Snyder as TKE of the Week for his outstanding efforts in planning and coordinating fall rush.
If you have any interest or questions about the rush process please contact Snyder via e-mail.
Habitat for Humanity meetings take place on Sundays at 9:30 p.m. Come to the meeting rooms in Degenstein Campus Center if you are interested.
Are you a psychology major? Interested in psych?
Come to meetings on Thursdays at 7 p.m. in room 140 in Fisher Hall.
The new prospective members of Sigma Kappa Sorority are sophomores Sara Bacher, Lauren Bussiere, Jamie Eggleton, Samantha Grimes, Jamie Hipple, Regina Koyfman, Lacey LaManna, Erica Mesko, Sheree Regisford, Katie Reinhard and Emily Winters.
The Residence Life Staffs of West Village will be hosting a whole-complex luau tomorrow from noon to 2 p.m. The luau will feature and ice cream social, pizza, hot dogs, games, tye-dye, music and more.
The event will take place in the basement of West Village A and all are welcome.
Also happening in West Village will be the changing of building names. Signs will be installed shortly. The new names are as follows:
West Village A will is now Aspen Hall, West Village B is now Hawthorn Hall, West Village C is now Laurel Hall, West Village D is Linden Hall, West Village E is Elm Hall, West Village F is now Tamarack Hall, and West Village H is Willow Hall.
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