Monthly Archives: November 2014

Rabbi’s Write-up

BY RABBI KATE PALLEY And God said, “Behold, they are one people with one language for everyone, and this is what they dream of doing. And now nothing will be withheld from them, of all that they desire to do” … read more

Writer leaves comfort zone

BY LEAH LEAHY, STAFF WRITER This week will mark the halfway point of our stay here in Berlin. We will have been here officially for two months, and we will begin our second eight-week intensive study session. It is crazy … read more

Coach spreads message of moderation

John Vovakes, the outside linebackers and safeties coach at Susquehanna, gave a presentation on the dangers of alcohol and drug abuse titled “Booze Clues — Making Informed Choices with Drugs and Alcohol” on Oct. 27. Jenna Antoniewicz, director of community … read more

Antitrust lecture explores law history

BY CHRISTINA MARTIN, STAFF WRITER The Arlin M. Adams Center for Law and Society presented “Trust Me? The Shifting Sands of United States Antitrust Policy, 1890-2014” on Oct 30. Speaking on this topic was Robert A Skitol, a senior partner … read more