Play offers look at 1800s iconic characters
By Abigail Johnson
When Degenstein Theater opens its doors quarterly throughout the academic year, both Susquehanna students and the public are beckoned in to experience the living art that springs forth from the stage.
Premiering this February is a production...
Magician brings illusions, enjoyment to Charlie's
By Alisha Lolk
A crowd of students watched Norman Ng perform a series of magic tricks at Charlie's Coffeehouse on Tuesday. His show, "The Norman Magic Experience," consisted of a series of illusions that students said were astounding.
Ng has won numerous magic...
BSU, comedian offers prejudice-free entertainment
By Jill Clements
On Thursday, Feb. 9, comedian Shaun Jones came to Susquehanna, courtesy of the Black Student Union (BSU), to demonstrate that comedy has no color.
Sophomore and current president of BSU, Quiera Hall said: "We wanted to bring him here for Black...
Launch celebrates student works
By Christina Harrington
The Writer's Institute celebrated the launch of the first of this year's magazines on Thursday, Feb. 9 in Isaac's Auditorium, in Seibert Hall.
Essay has been running for 12 years, replacing the on-campus newsletter Limited Spaces in 2000 and has...
Film tackles police brutality
By Mekishana Pierre
On Feb. 6, filmmakers April Martin and Paul Hill premiered their documentary "Crusade for Justice" in Isaacs Auditorium in Seibert Hall.
The feature-length documentary explored police brutality, judicial misconduct and the power of grassroots...