Monthly Archives: February 2013

Wi-Fi to extend to all housing

BY SPENCER ALLEN, STAFF WRITER Internet is one of the most important things when it comes to a fully functioning university, and the next logical step for Susquehanna is to go wireless. Wi-Fi at Susquehanna before now has been scarce … read more

SU justice upheld by Conduct Board

BY RACHEL JENKINS, ASST. NEWS EDITOR While it may not be the most publicized group on campus, the Student Conduct Board is an important part to keeping the system in check when it comes to the actions and consequences of … read more

University Update, Feb. 22

SGA Update  —Lenten devotionals are available in PDF format on mySU. —The SU Screenwriting Club has been approved by SGA. —The frozen yogurt machine is now up and running in Evert Dining Hall. The Crusader The Crusader would like to recognize … read more

Online degrees offer alternative solutions

BY JESS LAGÉ, STAFF WRITER Colin Koproske, consultant for The Education Advisory Board Company, visited Susquehanna on Tuesday afternoon to present statistics and new alternatives for higher education in the future. Koproske said that online courses from universities across the … read more

Economist discusses research

BY DANIEL MACK, STAFF WRITER Most everyone who has graduated high school has had an economics course, and even if they haven’t, they have a basic idea of how it affects them. Matthew Rousu, associate professor of economics, is an … read more

Break Through opens doors to future connections

BY KATE PALISAY, STAFF WRITER “The best part of Break Through was the personal, insider knowledge from [the alumni],” said freshman Colleen Scanlon, who attended the “Breaking into Communications, PR and Marketing” and “Networking 101” panels and Skype session with … read more