Family shaves hair for cancer

BY RACHEL JENKINS – EDITOR IN CHIEF For one Susquehanna student and her family, fighting childhood cancer is worth the shave. “Almost every year we’ve [raised] over $100,000,” Mike Van Aken, father of first-year student Megan Van Aken, said in … read more

Fraternity serves dinner

BY SEAN COLVIN – STAFF WRITER The members of Tau Kappa Epsilon will be hosting their tenth annual chicken dinner today from 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the lawn adjacent to the Tau Kappa Epsilon house at 310 University … read more

Speaker discusses ‘metamorphosis’

BY MATTHEW DOOLEY – STAFF WRITER While studying abroad, students can undergo a “metamorphosis,” according to Dr. Neriko Doerr, a professor from Ramapo College. During her “Chronotopes of Self Transformation” lecture, she described how people face obstacles during their stay … read more

Club works to help those in need

BY REGAN MULROONEY – STAFF WRITER Susquehanna’s Enactus chapter is working to help hard-pressed local women improve their economic standing. According to the organization’s website,, “Enactus is an international non-profit organization and their goal is to bring together student, … read more

Follow-up forum delivers updates

BY RACHEL JENKINS – EDITOR IN CHIEF In response to the open forum last December, a follow up forum took place on March 29 in Degenstein Theater. Assistant Dean of Intercultural and Community Engagement Dena Salerno moderated the panel discussions. … read more

Student loss shakes campus

BY RACHEL JENKINS – EDITOR IN CHIEF “I’m glad that we can gather in this moment of such incredible sorrow and loss,” University Chaplain Scott Kershner said as dozens of students met at the Arthur Plaza fountain during a time … read more