Monthly Archives: February 2015

Tent event gets attention

BY RACHEL JENKINS, MANAGING EDITOR OF CONTENT As temperatures in Pennsylvania reached record lows this week, the members of Tau Kappa Epsilon layered up to raise awareness of homelessness across the state. Prompted by National Homeless Awareness Week, Tau Kappa … read more

Cold wreaks havoc on buildings, pipes

BY BROOKE RENNA, EDITOR IN CHIEF When the temperature starts dropping below freezing, Facilities Management often has to worry about more than just having enough salt on the sidewalks. One such thing is the possibility of ice forming in pipes … read more

SU crew rowing to help wounded vets

BY CHRISTINA MARTIN, STAFF WRITER The Susquehanna men’s and women’s crew team will be holding their annual Ergathon on Feb. 21. The event will take place at the Susquehanna Valley Mall. The team hopes to row one million meters on … read more

Crusaders top Greyhounds

BY KEVIN JONES, STAFF WRITER The Susquehanna men’s basketball team defeated the visiting Moravian Greyhounds 97- 63 on Feb. 7. The win against Moravian was especially important after Susquehanna lost its previous two games at home against Juniata and Catholic. … read more

Writer talks old, new, ‘Blu’

BY MADELEINE WALTMAN, STAFF WRITER The Old: Raise your hand if you haven’t seen “Casablanca.” Good thing I can’t see those hands. If they’re raised, get yourself in front of the television and get watching this Bogart classic. During World … read more

‘Essay’ showcases non-fiction

BY HOPE SWEEDEN, ASST. LIVING AND ARTS EDITOR Susquehanna students read non-fiction essays, short memoirs and memoir excerpts at the launch of the 15th volume of “Essay” on Feb. 7. The student-produced literary magazine, published each spring through the Writers … read more