Monthly Archives: November 2015

Letter to the Editor

As a senior, I approached this year’s Thanksgiving Dinner tradition with a bit of fear. My junior year, I could not attend because there was not enough space for the 6 p.m. seating, the only one I would be able … read more

Research to exhibit grisly history

BY HOPE SWEDEEN – NEWS EDITOR Students will present research on local historical events at “Small Places Contain Worlds of Their Own: A Night of Local History” on Dec. 3 from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. According to a press … read more

Biking builds affordable housing

BY SAMANTHA MCCOY – STAFF WRITER Susquehanna’s Americorps Vista worker, Natalie Siedhof, shared her experience with the non-profit organization Bike & Build at the Let’s Talk Dinner on Nov. 17. According to Siedhof, Bike & Build features several cross-country and … read more

Women’s basketball faces off at Tip-Off

BY ZACH BONNER – STAFF WRITER Susquehanna women’s basketball had an eventful weekend away, winning one game versus Messiah, and losing their match-up against Rowan in the Messiah College Hampton Inn Tip-Off Classic. Both games were neck-and-neck until the final … read more

New coach aims to enhance softball program

BY KEVIN JONES – ASST. SPORTS EDITOR When Kathy Kroupa was promoted to the position of associate athletic director at The Citadel Military College of South Carolina, Susquehanna’s Director of Athletics Pamela Samuelson, along with a group of other people, … read more

Men’s basketball has good start

BY ALEX KURTZ – STAFF WRITER Susquehanna’s men’s basketball team got their season off to a good start on Nov. 17, as they beat host Misericordia 88-82. Senior guard Brandon Hedley led all scorers on the night, as he finished … read more