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William A. (Bill) Lewis ’68, Susquehanna University’s first African-American graduate, will spend from Oct. 9-14 meeting with scores of Susquehanna students. His purpose: to inspire. Junior Corey Losch died in an automobile accident on Friday. 100 students received free passports through funding from the Council on International Educational Exchange. Original, undergraduate research was featured at the Susquehanna Valley Undergraduate Research Symposium at Bloomsburg University. Let us tell you why a liberal arts and sciences university is a wise investment.
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Show Off Your Inner Champion

Giving back in more ways than making a gift.  From showing off your orange and maroon spirit and pledging your volunteer hours for SU SERVE, to making annual gifts, sharing career advice with current students and helping to recruit new students, you—our proud alumni—prove time and again how much you value your experiences here. Now, we've made it even easier to share and become a Champion for Growth.

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Upcoming Events


Sizwe Bansi Is Dead

Studio Theater - Degenstein Campus Center

Reading: Stephen Dunn

Degenstein Center Theater - Degenstein Campus Center

Student Composers Concert

Stretansky Concert Hall - Cunningham Center for Music and Art

Alan's Wife

Auditorium - Weber Chapel

Alan's Wife

Auditorium - Weber Chapel

Orchestra Concert

Stretansky Concert Hall - Cunningham Center for Music and Art

Jazz Ensemble Concert

Stretansky Concert Hall - Cunningham Center for Music and Art