Monthly Archives: March 2014

SU students support Serengetee

BY LAURA GRAMMES, STAFF WRITER Susquehanna is no stranger to volunteering and service opportunities. In fact, the university offers various programs and trips for students on campus who seek a way to give back to the community. However, sophomore Carlyn … read more

Italian operas get rave reviews from audience

BY REBECCA HALL, STAFF WRITER Susquehanna’s music and theater departments successfully impressed audiences this weekend with the performances of “Suor Angelica” and “Gianni Schicchi.” Daryl Rodgers, assistant professor of Italian, said: “My 8-year-old daughter keeps talking about it at home. … read more

Seniors explode into gallery

BY VIRIGINA LISCINSKY, ASST. LIVING AND ARTS EDITOR This year’s annual senior art exhibition, titled “SeniorNova,”opened in the Lore Degenstein Gallery on Saturday, March 15 at 7 p.m. The work of seniors Emma Carroll, Krystal Duke, Chris Fernandez, Keeley Gribb, … read more

Writer talks new music

BY JOEY MALTESE, COLUMNIST Perfect P*ssy Perfect P*ssy, with the assistance of their provocative name, is one of the best new bands in the Syracuse, art-punk, girl-lead circuit. Though they are the only band to fill that circuit, with their … read more

Letter To The Editor

On behalf of the German Club at Susquehanna, I would like to express disappointment and outrage at the hate crimes and racist graffiti that have occurred on campus during this academic year. The German Club ardently supports all efforts to … read more

Rabbi’s Write-Up

BY RABBI KATE PALLEY “Where were you when I laid the foundations of the earth? Tell Me if you can.” -Job 38:4 I have had the same conversation four times today, with four different people. It starts with the student … read more

New VP for enrollment hired

BY JESSICA MITCHELL, ADVERTISING MANAGER Each Susquehanna student went through some type of enrollment process to eventually be able to call the university their home. This process consists of many different staff members working together to help guide prospective students. … read more