Monthly Archives: October 2013

Club gives more than a scare

BY KATHERINE PALISAY, STAFF WRITER SU Paranormal will hold its fifth annual haunted house tonight from 7 p.m. to midnight in Weber Chapel. Admission is $3 per person. The club is keeping this year’s theme under wraps, but attendees should … read more

Student and alumni celebrate tradition

Homecoming Results Parade Float: 1st: Pi Kappa Phi & Alpha Delta Pi 2nd: SU Paranormal & HR Club 3rd: charity:water Parade Banner: 1st: Black Student Union 2nd: Religious Life Council 3rd: The Crusader King and Queen: Seniors: William Dzuricsko and … read more

IT explains Wi-Fi problem at SU

BY RACHEL JENKINS, ASSISTANT NEWS EDITOR The Office of Information Technology needs all students to participate in “cleaning up” the wireless network of virtual clutter. Michael Eyer, an IT network service technician, said: “If we can ‘clean the channels,’ we … read more

Homecoming gets revamped

BY JAZMINE SALACH, NEWS EDITOR Homecoming, a tradition at Susquehanna since the 1920s, is a time when students and alumni can bond over experiences and changes over the years. This past year succeeded in accomplishing that goal. Saturday is filled … read more

Versatile Amato leading by example

BY ANTHONY MITCHELL, SPORTS EDITOR Every team has a player that leads by example and has the ability to raise the level of their teammates’ play. For Susquehanna women’s soccer, that leader is senior defender Angela Amato. Listed as a … read more

SU competes in California, loses three straight

BY SYDNEY MUSSER, ASST. SPORTS EDITOR Susquehanna women’s volleyball faltered in their streak of success this week after falling to Pomona-Pitzer, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps and Whittier in straight sets, respectively, on a West-Coast swing this past weekend. After traveling to the West … read more

Catholic snaps winning streak

BY GEORGE THOMPSON, SPORTS EDITOR Riding a three-game winning streak that included two consecutive conference wins, the Susquehanna men’s soccer team’s momentum was halted by the Catholic Cardinals, 2-1, on Senior Day Saturday at Sassafras Field in a key Landmark … read more

Eberhardt leads Crusaders to win

BY ANTHONY MITCHELL, SPORTS EDITOR Susquehanna cross country found time over fall break to win its second event of the season. The men’s team won the DeSales Invitational, with six Crusaders finishing in the top 25 spots. The contingent of … read more