Monthly Archives: April 2014

Chaplain’s Corner

BY REV. SCOTT KERSHNER The late writer David Foster Wallace was asked in an interview what he thought life was all about. DFW (as he’s affectionately known), was a literary genius, “the greatest mind of his generation,” as his New … read more

Summer sessions offer course variety, intensity

BY PAIGE STANTON, STAFF WRITER Susquehanna is offering two sessions of summer classes for students looking to gain more academic credits. According to David Kaszuba, associate professor of communications and the summer program director at Susquehanna, classes will be offered … read more

Campus celebrates longtime bus driver

BY JESSICA MITCHELL, ASST. NEWS EDITOR Over the years many students and faculty have utilized the shuttle system Susquehanna provides for travel throughout the year. On April 29, one of Susquehanna’s shuttle drivers, Joe Erdley, will be celebrating his 75 … read more

Seder helps community persevere

BY JESSICA MITCHELL, ASST. NEWS EDITOR On April 14 students and faculty were able to participate in Susquehanna’s Passover Seder. The Seder was organized and hosted by students and faculty involved with Hillel, the campus Jewish life organization. Rabbi Palley, … read more