Monthly Archives: April 2013

Language has ability to bully

BY KATIE AUCHENBACH, PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR One of the most pervasive lies in our society is a catchphrase commonly learned in childhood: “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” This idiom has deluded us into … read more

University Update, Apr. 19

In Memoriam Donna K. Maize, who served 38 years at Susquehanna, died on Saturday, April 13 at Geisinger Medical Center. Maize  joined  the  Susquehanna  community  in  1968  as secretary to the dean. Memorial gifts may be sent to  Far  Point  Animal  Rescue, 1507 Verdilla Road, Port … read more

Summer Seals camp to raise funds through 5K

BY RACHEL JENKINS, ASST. NEWS EDITOR Summer Seals, a nonprofit organization based in Selinsgrove, provides students in fourth and fifth grade struggling with math and reading a summer camp full of learning while having fun. The camp provides hands-on learning … read more

Lawyer discusses monopolies

BY JESS LAGÉ, STAFF WRITER Timothy Sandefur, a lawyer, author and professor in Sacramento, Ca., advocates for small businesses fighting unconstiutional decisions around the country. Sandefur spoke on Wednesday night in Isaacs Auditorium about the right to earn a living … read more

SU reacts to armed robbery

BY EMILY PEIFFER, MANAGING EDITOR OF DESIGN Susquehanna experienced its first-ever lockdown after 12 students were robbed at gunpoint in an off-campus apartment on April 13. According to police, two unidentified men invaded a home on the 100 block of … read more

Fincke centers on Centralia

BY LARELL SCARDELLI, STAFF WRITER Professor of English and Creative Writing and Director of the Writers’ Institute Gary Fincke read from his newest publication, “The Proper Words for Sin” on Monday, April 8 in Isaacs Auditorium. Fincke’s latest collection of … read more

Around the horn

Crusaders win annual Cancer Awareness Cup Susquehanna’s softball team won the fourth annual Cancer Awareness Cup against Lycoming on April 9. The Cup was concieved by both schools in 2009, with the target of raising funding and awareness for cancer … read more