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Students and spectators enjoy a tennis match in this 1965 image.
Sports; Sports spectators; Tennis; Susquehanna University.
Traditions help form a common history that ties a community together. Susquehanna University has maintained several traditions over the years that are described in this article in the 1965-1966 Student...
Manners & customs; Susquehanna University;
Horton Dining Hall
In 1966, a dress code was still routinely enforced in the Horton Dining Hall. While school clothes were permitted at the noon meal, a more formal standard was set for evening and Sunday meals. Having a...
Clothing & dress; Dining rooms; Eating & drinking; Susquehanna University; Dress code; Horton Dining Hall;
Planning on skipping chapel? That's probably not a very good idea. Chapel attendance was mandatory in 1966 and failure to attend had far-reaching consequences. Students were permitted just five absences...
Religious services; Susquehanna University; Religious Life Committee.
Marching Brass and Percussion Band
The Marching Brass and Percussion Band also included color guards and drum majors. The band performed for the crowd at home football games. This 1965 photo shows drum major Richard Main working hard to...
Marching bands; Drum majors; Susquehanna University; Main, Richard.
Men's Day Students
The Men's Day Student Organization was established in 1965. The group functioned as a way for commuters to get to know each other. Students arranged car pools and became more acquainted with the campus...
Men's Day Student Organization; Commuters; Students; Susquehanna University; Reichley, E.; Hafer, R.; Gresh, T.; Miles, G.; Henzel, B.; Lytle, R.; Owens, G.; Reed, R.; Virchick, G.; Dombroski, B.; Brommer, G.; Emerick, R.
Gustavus Adolphus Hall
Originally erected in 1894, Gustavus Adolphus Hall was destroyed by fire in 1964. Desperately in need of a new student union, the University began construction on a new student center which was completed...
Buildings; Construction; Susquehanna University; Gustavus Adolphus Hall;
This image shows the first members of the Archery Club. Established in May 1965, the members learned the basic forms and techniques involved in the sport.
Archery; Organizations; Students; Sports; Susquehanna University; Weiss, P.; Miller, L.; Moritz, N.; Milligan, S.; Shaw, L.; Clukey, M.; Ritter, D.; Estep, L.; Lichty, M.; Hackman, D.; Iverson, G.; Byrnes, A.
Susquehanna University College Bowl
The Susquehanna University College Bowl team was formed in February 1965 under the guidance of Mr. Schlecht, Dr. Wiley, Mr. Bradford and Mr. English. After its victory over a faculty team, the group went...
Trivia; Susquehanna University College Bowl team; Susquehanna University; Contests; Schlecht, Lud; Wiley, David; Bradford, Robert; English, James; Polcrack, Doranne; Bacon, Ronald; Shatto, Marian; McCormick, Janie.
Faylor Lecture Hall
By the 1960s, Steele Science Hall had become technologically dated and was no longer able to hold all of the students taking science courses. Groundbreaking for the University's new science building took...
Lecture halls; Faylor Lecture hall; Fisher Science Hall; Susquehanna University.
Students often had jobs during academic semesters as well as summers. Shown here is student Bob Allen serving customers at his job at Kentucky Fried Chicken. Please note the prices on the selection board...
Employment; Students; Susquehanna University; Allen, Bob; Kentucky Fried Chicken.
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