Monthly Archives: March 2013

Classes held in summer

Susquehanna’s summer program will roll out a new look on Monday, with a greater number and variety of summer course offerings than ever—in addition to a new way for students to register for summer classes. For the first time ever, … read more

Speaker gives food for thought

BY JESS LAGÉ, STAFF WRITER Lyle Orwig, chief executive officer of Charleston/Orwig, spoke Wednesday evening at the annual Sigmund Weis Lectureship on the theme of sustainability in the United States’ food systems. Orwig’s business acts as “a strategic communications consultant … read more

Senshu visitors share culture

BY MEGHAN PASQUARETTE, STAFF WRITER If you saw some new faces around campus in the past seven weeks, they might be students that participated in the 2013 spring Senshu program. Senshu University is in Chiyoda of Tokyo, Japan. On Jan. … read more

Afghanistan issues addressed

BY ELIZABETH TROPP, MANAGING EDITOR OF CONTENT “What is the firsthand experience on the ground in Afghanistan?” Dave Ramsaran, professor of sociology, said. “How can we engage in that experience with an intellectual framework?” This question was one of the … read more

Around the horn

Freshman Cole named Landmark Softball Pitcher of the Week Following the Crusaders softball spring break trip to Clermont, Fla., freshman Ashley Cole was named Landmark Conference Pitcher of the Week. Cole struck out 13 batters in an 8-1 win over … read more