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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.

Internship Shows the Passion Required to Work in News

Grace Tesoro, a junior from Berkeley Heights, N.J., spent her summer interning in two different departments of NBCUniversal—the booking department of MSNBC and Peacock Productions, a subsidiary of NBC News.

Translating the Stories of Paris’ Jewish Quarter

Two professors, one of French, the other of creative writing, have undertaken an innovative historical research project—translating short stories from French to English and mapping the neighborhood in which those stories took place.

Stein Fellows Spend the Summer Abroad

The Eric Stein Fund for International Experience endowment enables students in the Sigmund Weis School of Business to intern with companies around the world.

Presidential Award Recipient Interns at Cancer Center

Mike Alvaro ’19 wants to make a difference in the lives of those suffering from cancer—and he’s not waiting until he’s achieved his lifelong dream of earning a Ph.D. to become a cancer researcher.

Local Media Coverage of Economy Not Always Accurate

New research from Nicholas Clark finds that the tone of local media does not give people an accurate idea of current economic conditions, leading to a more positive view of their governor's performance in office.

Senior Seizes Opportunity With Tesla

When it comes to innovation, no company is perhaps more top-of-mind than Tesla. So, when a recruiter approached senior Sara Costa about an opportunity with the company, she jumped.

Computer Science Major Interning in ‘Cyber Jungle’

For the second summer, Erik Rivas Contreras has found himself interning in quite a jungle—just not the kind you’re thinking of. Contreras is interning in a jungle of computer code at Gannett Fleming.

Helping Students Find Their Place at SU

Nick Trotter has spent the past three years, including this summer, working for the Office of First-Year Experience, which exists to help students transition to college life with programs and activities that start in June and continue throughout their first year.

Aaron Martin Named VP for Marketing and Communications

Aaron Martin has been named vice president for marketing and communications following a nationwide search. Currently chief communications officer at the University of Louisiana, Lafayette, La., he will join Susquehanna on Sept. 3.

Rousu Publishes Debut Book, Broadway and Economics

Economics has often been described as "the dismal science," but as Matthew Rousu, dean of our Sigmund Weis School of Business, proves in his debut book, Broadway and Economics, Broadway musicals are an excellent and fun tool to teach us about economic concepts.

Three Win Gilman Scholarships

Three students were awarded the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, enabling them to study in Japan and the United Kingdom during the fall semester.