Fall 2014 Volume 82 No.2

Revisit 50 years of efforts to move a campus culture.

Fall 2014 Featured Stories

The Arc of Change

Susquehanna Currents looks back on 50 years of effort to move a campus culture.

Two Worlds Becoming One

As the only Burmese student at Susquehanna her first year, Su "Sandi" Aung ’13 experienced a difficult transition, immersing herself in a culture so different from her own.

Finding Direction Off the Beaten Path

As counterintuitive as it sounds, New York is reported to be one of the most racially segregated cities in the country. Just ask Nadia McCallum ’15, a Brooklyn native who sees the effects of this division every time she goes home.

Blind But Never in the Dark

Squint until your eyes are nearly closed. Your surroundings blur, your peripheral vision narrows. Now imagine seeing the obscured shapes around you in black and white—mere shadows coming and going from your field of vision. This is how Griffin Pinkow ’15 sees the world.

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First Word

President Lemons writes about Susquehanna's long tradition of providing access to a better future.


Revisiting 50 Years of Effort to Move A Campus Culture.

People & Places

The who, what and where for all things Susquehanna.


News from Crusader nation.

The Grove

Stories from around campus and around town.

End Notes

Reflections from Susquehanna's first African-American graduate.

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