Students in Susquehanna history classes aren't just memorizing significant dates and the biographies of prominent figures, but they're becoming historians.
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Spring 2014 • Volume 83 • Number 1
Find out how big dreams shape the school, students and society in the latest issue of Susquehanna Currents.
Ruth Eleanor McCorkill ’43 had no idea she’d one day be a trendsetter in a male-dominated field that required significant time in the public eye.
Combining online and traditional classroom work, the "unpacking the bookstore" course requires students to use digital technology to research five of the world’s most famous bookstores from both material culture and literary perspectives.
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President L. Jay Lemons says the residential liberal arts experience is the gold standard for higher education.
Take an in-depth look at innovative ways to teach history and English.
The who, what and where for all things Susquehanna.
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Reflections on Nelson Mandela by Glen Retief, a native of South Africa.