Monthly Archives: February 2015

Writer counts down to break

BY JENNA SANDS, STAFF WRITER Leaving for winter break is always a great relief after a busy semester and stressful week of finals. It is much needed, and all I can ever think about during the last few weeks of … read more

Priest’s Perspective

BY REV. DANIEL POWELL Two weeks ago was the annual Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg. I had not been to it in a few years, so I decided to go. Now, I have never been a farmer. I have never … read more

Speaker discusses fate of colleges

BY JACOB DOLAN-BATH The second lecture in the Education Advisory Board series occurred in Isaacs Auditorium in Seibert Hall on Jan. 29. Over 40 faculty and staff members came to the lecture titled “Sustaining Mission in an Era of Constrained … read more

SU partners with Columbia

BY ADAM BOURGAULT, STAFF WRITER A new cooperative dual degree program between Susquehanna and Columbia University’s Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science was recently launched, according to the Susquehanna website. The program will enable students to get a … read more

Break Through offers career help

BY ADAM BOURGAULT, STAFF WRITER Wondering what to do after graduation? Break Through may be able to help find the answer. Break Through is a series of events beginning on Feb. 2 and running until Feb. 7. It is intended … read more

SGA undergoes leadership changes

BY SYDNEY MUSSER, NEWS EDITOR Susquehanna’s Student Government Association has recently undergone some considerable changes. Former SGA president and senior Thomas Natalini resigned from his position on Jan. 26, leaving then-vice president and senior Madison Clark to take on the … read more

Protest recognizes injustice

BY SYDNEY MUSSER, NEWS EDITOR Participants laid down and pretended to be dead in Mellon Lounge on Jan. 23 as part of the die-in protest. The protest echoed the nature of a sit-in, the form of protest historically used during … read more