Monthly Archives: March 2013

Chaplain’s Corner

BY REV. MARK WM. RADECKE The election of an Argentinean Jesuit who lived and worked among the poor as the first non-European pope in nearly 1,300 years reminds me of a statement made by Dean Brackley, who delivered the Alice Pope … read more

Future foreign travels excite

BY JAZMINE SALACH, SENIOR WRITER Time is winding down here, and it is very strange for me. I keep getting excited to come home, and then extremely depressed when I think about leaving. At first, it felt like the end … read more

Cadet training teaches student discipline

BY MEGHAN PASQUARETTE, STAFF WRITER Monday morning. 5:15 a.m. Wake up. Dress. Join other cadets at the gym. Formation. Follow orders. “Position of attention! Move!” “Extend to the left! March!” This is how Army ROTC cadets begin Monday, Wednesday and Friday … read more

Late professors leave legacies at SU

BY RACHEL JENKINS, ASST. NEWS EDITOR Campus mourns passing of two former faculty  The passing of two influential men has brought a serious tone to campus as students and faculty entered the second half of the spring semester. The Rev. … read more

Communication professionals share insights

COMPLIED BY STAFF REPORTS For the past 11 years, students have been attending the Communications Week at Susquehanna in order to learn valuable information from professionals in the different fields in communications. Communications Week is sponsored by the Susquehanna chapter … read more

SU gives thanks to alumni for donations

BY BROOKE RENNA, NEWS EDITOR Although the Susquehanna community may not see it, alumni donations are essential in their everyday lives. Whether you are a student, a faculty member or a staff member at Susquehanna, you have benefited from donations … read more

Susquehanna helps with hurricane relief

BY DAN MACK, STAFF WRITER Natural disasters are an ever-present threat, here at home and abroad. For several years, Susquehanna has been sending groups of students on service-learning trips to areas devastated by hurricanes, flooding and other disasters. Joining the … read more