Monthly Archives: September 2015

Environment capsule to be removed

BY JUSTUS STURTEVANT – MANAGING EDITOR OF CONTENT Everyday hundreds of Susquehanna students, faculty and staff pour through the Northeast doors of Degenstein Campus Center on their way to meetings, activities and meals. It is one of the busiest places … read more

Record numbers lead to more triples

BY MATTHEW DOOLEY-CONTRIBUTING WRITER This year, Susquehanna welcomed 674 students, its largest class ever, according to mySU. To accomodate the large class, Residence Life has had to house many first-year students in rooms dubbed “overflow triples.” These are double rooms that … read more

Despite loss, volleyball maintains optimism

BY SYDNEY MUSSER-SPORTS EDITOR Susquehanna volleyball competed at the Captain’s Classic at Christopher Newport University, Va. on Sept. 4, earning one win against Bridgewater College and one loss to Christopher Newport. Seniors outside hitter Morgan Whiteman, middle hitter Rachel Wherry … read more

MLB playoff teams headline new movement

BY JUSTUS STURTEVANT-MANAGING EDITOR OF CONTENT Now that the calendar has turned to September, many American sports fans have turned their attention to the start of football season. Week one of the college season drew a great deal of viewership, … read more

Tough loss dealt

BY NICK FORBES-CONTRIBUTING WRITER The Susquehanna women’s soccer team lost a hard-fought battle against the visiting Misericordia Cougars 1-0 on Sept. 9. The Crusaders defense held strong until the 55th minute, when Misericordia sophomore forward Jaqueline Stevens crossed to senior … read more

Crusader defense on a roll

BY KEVIN JONES-ASST SPORTS EDITOR Susquehanna field hockey competed on Sept. 9 at Dickinson College. Despite the Crusaders’ efforts, the offense continued to have trouble as the game ended in a 3-0 loss. Dickinson took control of the game from … read more