Monthly Archives: January 2014

Editor encourages body confidence

BY JAZMINE SALACH, MANAGING EDITOR OF CONTENT   I had a weird thought today, a very strange one indeed. I was thinking about how sometimes, I look in my full-length mirror, without including my head, and think to myself, “This … read more

Talk addresses social justice

BY PAIGE STANTON, CONTRIBUTING WRITER   A lecture on social justice and inclusion on Susquehanna’s campus was given on Jan 30 in the Degenstein Campus Center. Barbara J. Love, a former educator at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, discussed with students … read more

KORU teaches stress relief

BY PAIGE STANTON, CONTRIBUTING WRITER   A four-session workshop to help relieve stress among Susquehanna students has been introduced to campus. The program, named KORU, was developed by Associate Professor of English Amy Winans and Associate Dean of Student Life … read more

Professir preforms operatic solos

BY MEGAN CAMARILLO, CONTRIBUTING WRITER   Operatic soloist and Susquehanna vocal professor, Jeffrey Fahnestock, gave a recital Tuesday evening, with Scott Crowne accompanying on piano. He performed vocals to a selection of music by Benjamin Britten, a British composer, pianist … read more

Writer loves Loveless

BY JOSEPH MALTESE, COLUMNIST She’s blunt, she’s clever, she’s ballsy and she’s young and beautiful. The next big thing is here; her name is Lydia Loveless. “I want to get with you, and I am sure that we’re gonna try, … read more

Cold wreaks havoc on SU’s pipes

BY SYDNEY MUSSER, ASST. SPORTS EDITOR   With temperatures averaging in the single digits, it’s hard to ignore the intensely cold winter weather assaulting campus lately. Students bundle in layers of clothes, wrap scarves around faces, cram hats over heads … read more