1980 to 1989
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The Global Concerns Club
The Global Concerns Club, a student/faculty group, would meet weekly to discuss current national and international problems. The group's members are seen here in their 1988 yearbook photo.
Global Concerns Club; Logan, Cindy; Uhler, Jill; Holgerson, Kristen; Geilfuss, Merritt; Warren, Tom; Pearson, Norris; Bell, Jim; Price, Doug; Daniels, Gary; Lubnow, Fred; Gibson, Boyd; Clubs; Susquehanna University;
The Counseling Center
The Counseling Center at Susquehanna offers free and confidential counseling to students. In October of 1988, the Counseling Center sponsored a support group for Susquehanna University's gay and lesbian...
Counseling Center; Support groups; Susquehanna University;
In May of 1982, Selinsgrove created and consumed the World's Largest Banana Split. The tasty treat ran the length of the town, and earned an entry in the Guinness Book of World Records. The title was later...
World's Largest Banana Split; Guinness Records; Ice cream & ices; Susquehanna University;
This 1988 snapshot perfectly captures the spirit and enthusiasm of students and parents alike as they enjoy the Parents Weekend football game.
Parents Weekend; Families; Football; Susquehanna University;
The renovation and technical enhancement of the Roger M. Blough-Learning Center began in 1988 with the help of funding from Robert F. and Patricia Ross Weis. The library was renamed the Blough-Weis library...
Blough-Weis Library; Roger M. Blough-Learning Center; Libraries; Building dedications; Weis, Robert F.; Weis, Patricia Ross; Susquehanna University;
Gertrude James '89, a philosophy major, helped to form the organization Minority Concerns. The club's goal was to "take out cultural monotony and replace it with cultural diversity". The idea to form the...
James, Gertrude; Minority Concerns; Cultural diversity; Clubs; Students; Susquehanna University;
Ice Hockey Club
The Ice Hockey Club was open to anyone who was interested in the fundamentals of ice hockey and enjoyed playing the "world's fastest sport". The group participated in leagues and made road trips to compete...
Ice hockey; Clubs; Sports; Susquehanna University;
Playing by Ear
The singing group Playing By Ear was formed in 1988. Students in any major were permitted to join and no audition was required. The group specialized in popular show and jazz music.
Playing by Ear; Singers; Clubs; Susquehanna University;
Change in Traffic
To improve traffic flow and prevent parking in front of the library, a median island was constructed in 1988. The median was accentuated with trees and flowers.
Landscaping plans; Traffic congestion; Parking; Susquehanna University;
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