Monthly Archives: September 2015

CROP Walk to help fight global hunger

BY JILL BAKER – CONTRIBUTING WRITER Are you interested in spending Sunday afternoon raising awareness for global hunger? On Sunday, Sept. 27, outside of Weber Chapel, the Chaplain’s Office will host the annual CROP Hunger Walk, sponsored by Church World … read more

Residence Life gets a new home at SU

BY SAMANTHA McCOY –  STAFF WRITER The Department of Residence Life relocated from the Degenstein Campus Center to Aikens Hall this past summer in hopes of giving Susquehanna students easier access to residence life staff. Associate Director of Residence Life … read more

Welcome to Moe’s, Selinsgrove

BY HOPE SWEDEEN – NEWS EDITOR A new restaurant is moving into Selinsgrove, and it comes bearing gifts: free burritos for a year. Moe’s Southwest Grill will hold its grand opening on Friday, Oct. 2 at 11 a.m., according to … read more

Chaplain’s Corner

BY THE REV. SCOTT M. KERSHNER In the Perspectives class I’m teaching, we’ve been reading a book about college life, both academic and social. There is, the author states, an official curriculum and a hidden curriculum. The official curriculum is … read more

Writer embraces German home

BY BRENNA BURKE – CONTRIBUTING WRITER It was surreal entering the airport with a suitcase that barely held the belongings I needed for four months. It did not sink in that I would not be returning to Pittsburgh until Christmas. … read more