Monthly Archives: February 2014

Play chooses “Miss Firecracker”

BY LAURA GRAMMES, STAFF WRITER On Feb. 20, Susquehanna is proud to present the “Miss Firecracker Contest,” a student-run production showcasing themes of feminist retribution, satirical charades and above all, being proud of being who you are. First-year Hunter Brady … read more

Kanye album turns ten

BY JOSEPH MALTESE, COLUMNIST 2004 was a busy year. The Red Sox reversed the Curse of the Gambino, Ronald Regan and Ray Charles died, we were introduced to “Mean Girls,” and we dominated in the Olympics in Athens. But perhaps … read more

Chaplain’s Corner

BY THE REV. SCOTT KERSHNER On Tuesday night, there was an amazing symposium on campus: The Swastika: History, Meanings and Uses. The Apple Meeting rooms in Degenstein were packed. There were terrific speeches on the historical and contemporary meanings of … read more

Editor makes worldly friends

There are so many aspects of this Spanish adventure that have made it amazing, but nothing can top the everyday experiences and hilarious interactions we have with the people around us. Everyone here is so open and friendly, and they … read more

Panel reflects on Swastika

BY JESSICA MITCHELL, ADVERTISING MANAGER Due to the recent and past incidents of anti-semitism on campus and in the surrounding area Susquehanna held an anti-semitism panel titled “The Swastika: History, Meanings, Uses” on Tuesday, Feb. 11. Professor of English Lawrence … read more

Talk discusses mentor process

BY ANDREW KEUSHER, STAFF WRITER   As part of the Let’s Talk Diversity Series, Susquehanna welcomed Davidson College Professor of Psychology Julio J. Ramirez, who’s lecture was about how to be a successful mentor, titled “Habits of Successful Scientists.” Ramirez, … read more

Thanks 4 Giving Day funds get put to use

BY RACHEL JENKINS, ASST. NEWS EDITOR   Through the efforts of the Center for Civic Engagement and Alumni Relations, Thanks4Giving successfully raised over $476,000 on Nov. 21 that has since been put to use in funding various projects. This marked … read more