Summer 2020

Issue Archives


Uncharted World

On a warm march afternoon, mother nature began to peel back the cool ground cover. Flora started to emerge. While the campus was peaceful, the world was growing anxious.

The Road to Women’s Rights

In anticipation of the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th amendment, students and faculty at Susquehanna incorporated new ways to promote feminism and women’s rights, both on campus and beyond.

A Peaceful Return

Traversing the sidewalks at the intersection of the most historic buildings on campus, one might notice a small pond.

Also in this issue

Through his drive for creating an inclusive world, Peter DeHaas ’92 founded the San Francisco Disability Business Alliance, a one-of-a-kind initiative that supports entrepreneurs with disabilities.

Sarah Blagg ’03 started joking with her friend and eventual business partner, Randi Hewit, in early 2017 about building a feminist clubhouse. On the heels of the Women’s March on Washington, they pondered how to carve a space in downtown Corning, New York, for other feminists — young and old — to visit, gather as a community and encourage social action.

When Jessica Rubenstein ’11 moved to Washington, D.C., for her then-job as a graphic designer for Architect Magazine, she had no interest in working in politics.

From Our Own