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The Racquetball Club was established in 1982. Games were played on regulation size courts, and clinics and tournaments were held to help students hone their skills. The club gave students an opportunity...
Racquetball; Sports; Athletes; Athletic clubs; Students; Susquehanna University;
In an effort to raise funds for the Children's Miracle Network Telethon at Geisinger Miracle Center, the Panhellenic Council presented the 2nd Annual "Mr. SU Contest." Contestants were asked to appear...
Mr. SU Contest; Children's Miracle Network Telethon; Beauty contests; Beauty contestants; Susquehanna University;
In an effort to help students be in the best possible physical and emotional health, educational programs were presented by the Health Center of Susquehanna University. CPR certification and healthy lifestyle...
Health; Health care; Health education; AIDS (Disease); Susquehanna University;
Cheerleaders and football games have always gone together. To help the audience get into the sprit of the game., cheerleaders do cheers, jumps, splits and cartwheels, as shown in the photo.
Cheerleading; 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;
Phi Mu Delta Little Sisters
The purpose of the Greek Little Sisters program was to help fraternities with rush, homecoming and other Greek events. Shown in this image are the 1981 members of the Phi Mu Delta Little Sisters.
Ph Mu Delta; Fraternities & sororities; Little sisters; Student works; Students; 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;
The Micro-Monitor Operators were a group of students who were familiar with the IBM Personal Computer. Their purpose was to advise students using the computers in the campus computer labs. Later the group...
Micro-Monitor Operators; Computers; Clubs; Accardi, C.; Copeland, J.; Darwin, K.; Eckhart, C.; Gulick, C.; Kissinger, K.; Llewellyn, J.; Masnik, M.; Melo, D.; Mitchell, K.; Naumyk, T.; Nolle, D.; Paravicini, J.; Robinson, M.; Rubio, K.; Vargas, Robert W.; Susquehanna University;
Orientation week is designed to help students feel more at ease in their new surroundings. This 1983 photo shows students getting to know each other and the "lay of the land" as they participate in a group...
Orientation; Students; Susquehanna University;
Crusader's Consumer Guide
Starving students were able to make every penny count with the help of the Crusader's consumer guide. Published in a 1980 edition of the newspaper, the guide allowed students to comparison shop among nearby...
Price lists; Prices; The Crusader; Susquehanna University;
Big Sister/Little Sister
The Association for Women instituted a Big Sister/Little Sister program at Susquehanna University in 1984. The goal of the group was to help make the college transition as seamless as possible for incoming...
Big sister; Association for Women; Women; Clubs; Susquehanna University;
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