Monthly Archives: May 2013

Editor readies GO goodbyes

BY JAZMINE SALACH, NEWS EDITOR You know, I thought about searching for the perfect quote to sum up this experience, to say goodbye to those I’ve met, yet there are simply no words. Goodbye has a different meaning to everyone. … read more

University Update, Apr. 26

The Crusader The Crusader would like tothank its senior staff for their contributions throughout their careers with the Crusader. The Crusader meets on Tuesdays at 6 p.m. in the Shearer Dining Rooms in Degenstein Campus Center. Anyone interested in participating … read more

SU to celebrate end of year

BY JESS LAGÉ, STAFF WRITER Friday, April 25 marks the start to the 2013 annual Spring Weekend at Susquehanna. “It seems like it’s been forever since Spring Weekend has started. It has been at least through the 80s,” Director of Student … read more

CHEERS honors service success

BY ANNE WOLFE, ASST. DIGITAL MEDIA EDITOR Many students and organizations received recognition and awards Tuesday evening during the annual Susquehanna University Celebrating Helpful Experiences Through Engaging Relationships in Service (SU CHEERS ) award ceremony. According to Jay Helmer, assistant … read more

Actions give way to alcohol policies

BY EMILY PEIFFER, MANAGING EDITOR OF CONTENT Susquehanna did not pop open its current alcohol policy immediately. Instead, the school let it ferment over time in the hopes of creating a smoother pour when finally opened. Students caught with alcohol … read more

Drinking statistics debunk theories

BY JOEY MALTESE, CONTRIBUTING WRITER Susquehanna students’ contribution to liquor sales in the community is not extreme, according to Selinsgrove business owners and other local distributors. “There is no question that we see a lot of college students here for … read more

Greek Week supports One Fund Boston

COMPETING FOR A CAUSE—The Greek community competed in a series of events including the video contest, the cardboard regatta, trivia, tug-of-war and airband. Airband raised over $1,600 through admission for One Fund Boston. Sigma Kappa and Tau Kappa Epsilon were the … read more