Monthly Archives: October 2013

Work without the work load

BY MADISON CLARK, SENIOR WRITER As far as studying goes, I have two majors and two minors. I’m used to taking upwards of 20 credit hours each semester, along with sports, clubs, a social life and the occasional nap. Here, … read more

Rabbi’s Write-Up

BY RABBI KATE PALLEY And the heaven and the earth were finished, and all the host of them (Genesis 2:1). And you thought your past month was busy! Creation is the definition of a busy time. God created, um, everything. … read more

Writer follows dreams

BY SARAH HARSHBARGER, STAFF WRITER On Monday, award-winning poet Mary Jo Bang read her work to Susquehanna students. Bang’s work “Elegy” is one of the first books of poetry I have read, but the reading gave me a lot to … read more

Librarian retires after 32 years on campus

BY MAX ROTONDO, STAFF WRITER Friday, Sept. 27, was Sheila Fisher’s last day working at the Susquehanna University Blough-Weis Library, where she started 32 years ago. Fisher’s most memorable moment was the 1989 renovation of the library “We had quite … read more

Fighting poverty one step at a time

BY KATE PALISAY, STAFF WRITER The Center for Civic Engagement (CCE) has added a new member to its team. Danielle Palmer is an AmeriCorpsVISTA member visiting Susquehanna through the Pennsylvania Campus Compact (PACC) to work on food access projects. Palmer … read more

Wi-Fi put to the test

BY RACHEL JENKINS, ASSISTANT NEWS EDITOR While the battle between Apple and PC may never end, all computer, phone and tablet users agree that Wi-Fi is a must to get the most out of their devices. Susquehanna has provided all … read more

Movie Review: “Insidious: Chapter 2”

BY LAURA GRAMMES, STAFF WRITER As one of the most anticipated horrors sequels of the year, “Insidious: Chapter 2” terrifies audiences everywhere with its stunning visuals, chilling music and haunting plot. Picking up from the 2011 blockbuster, “Insidious,” the misfortunes … read more