September 19, 2003
News in Brief
To shave or not to shaveIn honor of Selinsgrove Borough's Sesquicentennial Celebration, men in the community have been asked to grow beards, and President L. Jay Lemons has already begun to grow his.
Thanks to plenty of help from the Rev. Mark Wm. Radecke, university chaplain, President Lemons' facial hair will be going to a good cause.
President Lemons has agreed to allow the Susquehanna community to decide his fate--to stay bearded or go smooth again.
According to Radecke, voting will take place from Sept. 20 to Oct. 25 at football games and in the lower level of Degenstein Campus Center.
Anyone can vote an unlimited number of times for $1 per vote.
Funds raised will go toward building Habitat for Humanity house in Selinsgrove.
The verdict will be announced at the end of the football game against King's College on Parents' Weekend, and a barber will be on hand to shave, should that be the decision.
Senior meeting to be heldThere will be an important senior class meeting for all senior students Sunday at 4 p.m. in Isaacs Auditorium.
Plans for fun events, activities, a senior T-shirt contest, the class gift and fundraising ideas will be discussed.
Contact Jonathan Illuzzi at firstname.lastname@example.org or Scott Hodgson at email@example.com for more information.
University plans trip to New YorkSusquehanna will sponsor a bus trip to New York City on Oct. 4. Seats cost $25 per person. The bus will leave campus at 7 a.m. and leave the city at 8 p.m.
Students may purchase tickets at the Info Desk in the Degenstein Campus Center.