1980 to 1989
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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;
Desk top graffiti as a sign of genius? Perhaps, but most likely just an indication of the interests of the student who occupied the seat before you. This Crusader writer analyzes the three types of graffiti:...
Graffiti; Desks; Humor; Analysis; Rock group; Love group; Greek group; 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;
John App Society
To "recognize and encourage superior scholastic achievement," the John App Society was formed in 1983. Full time juniors and seniors with a GPA of 3.75 could be members. John App was a Selinsgrove citizen...
John App Society; App, John, 1793-1876; Honor society; Fraternities & sororities; 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;
The aerobics instructors are shown in this 1989 yearbook photo. These individuals made classes available to students who wished to improve their cardiovascular health and athletic abilities.
Aerobics; Physical fitness; Susquehanna University;
Who wears short shorts? The orientation team wears short shorts! The orientation staff helps students and parents move belongings into the dormitories as seen in this 1981 photo.
Orientation; Students; Moving; Dormitories; Susquehanna University;
Instituted in the fall of 1982, the Honors Program was designed to give exceptional students a more "interdisciplinary approach" to their studies. Based on a student's SAT scores as well as class rank,...
Honors program; Scholars; Susquehanna University;
Cable in Dormitories
Students who brought their own TVs to campus often had trouble with reception. This led to the illegal wiring of their sets to the line in the dormitory lounge. Cable wires strung through windows presented...
Television antennas; Cable television; Students; Dormitories; Susquehanna University;
John App Honor Society
The John App Honor Society was established at the University in 1980 to recognize and encourage scholastic achievement. Membership required a student to be a full time junior or senior with a 3.75 or higher...
App, John, 1793-1876; Scholars; Susquehanna University;
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