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Michael Sam Headlines Week Honoring the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Susquehanna University has a slate of events planned to honor the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on the Jan. 21 holiday and later that week. Headlining the university’s annual Winter Convocation is Michael Sam, the University of Missouri football star who was primed for an early-round pick in the 2014 NFL draft when he came out as gay.

How to Succeed in Business... While Female

Female alumni of the Sigmund Weis School of Business met recently with undergraduate young women to offer guidance and lessons learned from their own successful careers.

New Amy E. Winans Center for Wellness Opens

Susquehanna opened the new Amy E. Winans Center for Wellness, a centralized location in Seibert Hall where students can access a range of wellness and personal growth initiatives.

Student Research Impacts State Policy

Students sampled 88 stream sites during the spring and summer of 2018 in their ongoing work for the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission’s (PFBC) Unassessed Waters Initiative.

Candlelight Service Set for Dec. 4

Join the Susquehanna University community for our Emmy Award-winning Christmas Candlelight Service at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 4, in Weber Chapel Auditorium.

Men's Rugby Finishes Successful Season

Our men’s rugby club team completed its fall season with a perfect 7-0 record and was crowned the Mid-Atlantic Rugby Conference champions.

Four Named Stanford University Innovation Fellows

Four students have been named Stanford University Innovation Fellows, a program that empowers students to become agents of change at their schools by creating opportunities for students to engage with innovation, entrepreneurship, design thinking and creativity.

Susquehanna Announces $10 Million Gift

Today we announced a $10 million gift commitment from Lucille Arthur, widow of Douglas Arthur, Class of 1949 and World War II veteran. In recognition of the gift, we named our athletic stadium the Doug Arthur Stadium.

SU Ditching Plastic Straws by 2020

Susquehanna University plans to be plastic straw-free by 2020, the second step in an effort to reduce the waste created by single-use plastic straws.

November Events at Susquehanna

November brings a theatre production, lectures, readings and a unique concert marking the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I. All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

PPL Grant Funds Stream Research

A $10,000 grant from PPL Foundation is helping scientists and students from our Freshwater Research Initiative with a stream restoration project.

New GO Program Takes Students to Morocco

Students have the option of embarking on a new Global Opportunities (GO) program that will take them to the northwest African country of Morocco.

Zeeman to Deliver Lecture on Sustainability, Resilience

Mary Lou Zeeman will deliver the lecture, Understanding Tipping Points and Resilience for Sustainability, at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 23, in Stretansky Concert Hall in the Cunningham Center for Music and Art.

October Events at Susquehanna

October brings a musical performance, a theatre production, a visiting writer, a juried art exhibition and academic lectures to campus. All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

Show Us the Honey!

We harvested our first batch of honey this week—4 gallons of the sweet stuff.

Wall Street Journal Places SU in Top 20 Percent

We're ranked among the top 20 percent of colleges and universities in the Wall Street Journal (WSJ)/Times Higher Education (THE) 2019 college rankings. The guide primarily measures student success and learning.

Football Announces Ring of Honor Inductees

Susquehanna announced our first class of inductees into its Football Ring of Honor, which recognizes the accomplishments of players, coaches, administrators and staff involved with the football program over the years.

Debut Book Offers Paradigm Shift in Platonic Studies

Scholars of the ancient Greek philosopher Plato have long argued that he believed the body was a hindrance to living a good life. But Coleen Zoller argues in her debut book, Plato and the Body: Reconsidering Socratic Asceticism, that those centuries of interpretation have been wrong.

September Events at Susquehanna

September brings drama, music and a lecture on resilience to Susquehanna University. All events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

Professor to Lecture on Civil Liberties

Chris Ellis, a political science scholar, will mark Constitution Day with his lecture, Civil Liberties Under Attack? Free Speech and Due Process on College Campuses, at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 17.