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10 Things To Do for Less than $10

It’s no secret that a college student’s budget can sometimes get a little tight. Here’s a list of 10 things to do around Susquehanna’s campus for less than $10.

Game Theory Brings Economics Principles to Life

We’ve all been there—sitting in traffic wondering, “Should I go this way or that way? Which route will get me home/to work faster?” Matt Rousu, professor of economics at Susquehanna University, brings this and other everyday decisions into his classroom with the course “Game Theory.”

Student Discovers Passion for Health Advocacy

When Greta Castonguay set off for the Republic of Equatorial Guinea on herGlobal Opportunities (GO) trip, she had no way of knowing the experience would awaken in her a passion for health education and advocacy.

Four Named to Stanford-Directed Fellows Program

Four Susquehanna University students are among 123 students from 52 higher education institutions across the United States named as University Innovation Fellows by the National Center for Engineering Pathways to Innovation (Epicenter).

Two Accepted to Prestigious Fulbright Program

One current student and an alumna from Susquehanna University have been accepted into the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, bringing the total number of accepted Fulbright scholars to 10 in the past three years.

Student Adventurer Visits Nepal, Base of Everest

Emily Rowland took advantage of Susquehanna's Global Opportunities program by visiting a far-off corner of the world—Nepal—the highlight of which was undoubtedly her ascent to the base of Mount Everest.

Awesome Academics: Reptiles in Sciences Class

Science is about curiosity and discovery. Students in David McLaughlin's The Sciences class - aimed at introducing a broad array of science topics to future educators - saw firsthand how science can come alive.

We Rank Among Nation's Best for Study Abroad

Susquehanna University ranks among the best in the nation for undergraduate participation in study abroad, according to the Open Doors 2014 annual report on student mobility, released on Nov. 17 by the Institute for International Education (IIE).

Awesome Academics: Magic, Witchcraft and Religion

While houses on University Avenue may be decked out for All Hallow’s Eve, Shari Jacobson’s Anthropology 220 class at Susquehanna University doesn’t discuss broom-riding witches and spooky Halloween stories.

Rockefeller Center Tree Has Susquehanna Connection

Assistant coaches Rachel Drosdick-Sigafoos and Dan Sigafoos—and their 85-foot, 13-ton Norway spruce—made national headlines when a tree on their Danville property was selected as this year's Rockefeller Center Christmas tree.