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Past editions

Sept. 21, 2023 — Authenticity in the workplace: Alumnae share their stories,  Susquehanna lauded by The New York Times, U.S. News and Wall Street Journal, Alumni honored for achievement, leadership and service, Won’t you be my neighbor?

Sept. 7, 2023 — Center dedicated for LGBTQ+ students, Studying climate change on the red backs of salamanders, Forbes raises SU ranking in national ‘top colleges’ list, See how Susquehannans celebrated Orange & Maroon Day 

Aug. 24, 2023 —  Susquehanna welcomes Class of 2027, Students gain competitive edge from summer internships, Princeton Review names SU among best in the nation, Highest  honor for staff service

Aug. 10, 2023 —  ‘Legacy islands’ rooted in manmade history, Baker’s yeast the key ingredient for research award recipient, Ireland through the eyes of a student intern, Forbes names Susquehanna a top employer

July 27, 2023 — Susquehanna hosts research symposium, Students awarded study-abroad scholarships, That’s a wrap on summer pre-college programs, Where art meets activism

July 13, 2023 — Research travels Prohibition’s back roads, SU featured in 40th Fiske Guide, Op-ed: A college degree is still the best bet for a good salary, Senior enjoys molto bene experience in Italy

June 29, 2023 — Partnership prescribes quicker path for pharmacy degree, Choir edges closer to American Prize, Alumna’s Peace Corps experience teaches endurance, New members appointed to Board of Trustees

June 15, 2023 — Assessing habitat health via avian indicators, WQSU honored with awards, Students journey across New Zealand, Students earn Dean’s List honors

May 25, 2023 — SU celebrates 165th commencement, We’re streaming on Amazon Prime!, Hawk Hub dedication honors philanthropy, Alumna to serve on state’s high court

May 11, 2023 — Seniors headed overseas to teach, Women in Sports Media takes top honor, International students share talents, Real estate major hits the market

April 27, 2023 — Senior Scholars Day, Itzhak Perlman visits Susquehanna, Alumna earns Fulbright, Entrepreneurship major coming this fall

April 13, 2023 — Women’s Leadership Symposium, Senior earns Fulbright, SU named ‘voter friendly’, Refreshed brand ‘impossible to ignore’

March 23, 2023 — Research transcends solar system, Perkovich feted as Coach of the Year, Students celebrate Women’s History Month

March 9, 2023 — Chill out at the library, Pakistani physicist defies gender roles, SU deepens partnership with Chesapeake Conservancy, Watch us on The College Tour

Feb. 23, 2023 — Alumni and students network at Break Through, Art and Earth merge for geologist, Celebrating Black joy

Feb. 9, 2023 — Impacts of road salt, Biologist empowers today’s students, Criminal justice major accepting applicants

Jan. 26, 2023 — Winter Convocation opens spring semester, Two earn Gilman awards, Chemistry and mentorship bond in the lab, Fall 2022 dean’s list

Jan. 12, 2023 — SU Geophysicist helps archeologists in Morocco, Business alum pursuing MBA in Cyprus, Students GO around the world on winter break 

Dec. 8, 2022 — 2022 year in review, Community and belonging add up for mathematician, Music alum takes stage at the Met

Nov. 23, 2022 — Campus celebrates Thanksgiving

Nov. 17, 2022 — Professors lift up women in STEM, Accounting majors see interest-ing futures, Alums-turned-teachers return to l’université

Oct. 20, 2022 — Microbes: The canary in the fracture?, Alumna is Connecticut Teacher of the Year, Lessons learned from Mennonite community

Oct. 6, 2022 — Something for everyone at Family Weekend, Seniors win national fellowships, Stand-out alumni recognized

Sept. 22, 2022 — Field house dedicated in honor of ’65 grad, University climbs to No. 111 in U.S. News, Visit to campus 75 years later