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Martell Lands Three-Book Deal

Creative writing major Nick Martell ’16 has landed a multi-book publishing deal with foreign rights for his forthcoming epic fantasy series The Kingdom of Liars.

Class of 2018 is Going Places!

From New York City to Los Angeles, Susquehanna University’s 2018 graduates are going places. The 475 members of this year's graduating class have pursued degrees across the School of Arts and Sciences and the Sigmund Weis School of Business. Now, they are ready to apply what they've learned to their career and life pursuits.

At Bombas, Graphic Design Alum Finds His Match

Leslie Hanson ’08 is in a good place right now. He’s the art director for Bombas, the social-impact sock company that gives a pair of socks to someone in need with every purchase.

Heikenfeld Shines at Forbes Women’s Summit

Less than 10 percent of Portfolio Managers are women. Heidi Heikenfeld ’00 is one of them. Heikenfeld, an Emerging Markets portfolio manager for OppenheimerFunds, recently addressed the importance of female empowerment at the prestigious Forbes Women’s Summit.

Sister Alums Invent Personalized Board Game

Imagine if your next game night were all about you—your life, your family, those inside jokes only the few of you know. Jacklyn ’08 and Cassie ’09 Collier combined their creative and entrepreneurial talents to invent Bundle, a board game to bring families and friends closer together.

Money Recognizes Upward Mobility of SU Grads

Susquehanna University appears on Money magazine’s 2017 “Best Colleges for Your Money” list. This year, the magazine measured how many low-income students schools propelled into the upper middle class over the past 20 years.

Senior Lands Summer Fellowship at Princeton

Senior Nirvana Thakur is spending her summer at Princeton University taking intensive coursework and learning from former high-level diplomats through the Junior Summer Institute of the Public Policy and International Affairs Fellowship Program.