1970 to 1979
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Times may change, but some things stay the same. Comfort can always be found with a stuffed friend from home.
Dormitories; Students; Stuffed animals (Toys); Susquehanna University;
A new requirement for music majors in 1972 was three courses in dance, such as Instruction in ballet techniques and body training, jazz or modern interpretive dancing, and the techniques of instructing...
Dance; Dance classes; Required courses; Susquehanna University;
A far cry from the convenience of today’s laptops, the students in this photo are using what was modern technology in their basic statistics class.
Calculators; Stats; Courses; Susquehanna University;
Messages from home or friends far away came through the postal service.
Correspondence; Susquehanna University;
Double the power, double the fun? Campus Center Director Clyde Lindsley and Assistant Director Stephen Adams ride in tandem in front of the Campus Center.
Cycling; Lindsley, Clyde; Adams, Stephen; Susquehanna University;
Sometimes the quietest place is out in the open. This student takes a few minutes of open air quiet to review his notes.
Students; Studying; Cycling; Susquehanna University;
One of the best cures for spring fever, suffered by students and professors alike, is taking the opportunity to hold class outside.
Students; Teachers; Studying; Susquehanna University;
Campus in a Snow storm
Sometimes walking in a “Winter Wonderland” isn’t as thrilling as the song claims. These students were headed to the Campus Center during a snow storm.
Snow; Students; Degenstein Campus Center; Susquehanna University;
The University’s Board of Directors named the Weber Chapel Auditorium in honor of the growth the University experienced under the administration of Dr. Gustave W. Weber.
Weber, Gustave; Chapel Auditorium; Weber Chapel; Susquehanna University;
Greek Week means many events hosted by sororities and fraternities. The events in 1975 included attempts to set a Guinness Book of World Records pinochle playing record, a kidnapping, and lots of parties!...
Greek Week; Fraternities & sororities; Guinness Book of World Records; Card games; Susquehanna University;
Speed bumps were placed around campus in an attempt to slow traffic. A poll taken by the Crusader found that most students were against the installation of the speed bumps.
Speed bumps; Traffic signs & signals; Susquehanna University;
This group represents spring in Central Pennsylvania. The weather is chilly enough to wear a turtleneck and sweater in the morning and warm enough to wear sandals by afternoon.
Students; Clothing & dress; Susquehanna University;
Course of Study
The Mathematics Department offered Computer Science courses as shown.
Computers; Courses; Mathematics; Susquehanna University;
Shown here are 4 members of the Ski Club. The club organized day and weekend ski trips for members.
Ski Club; Skiing; Hutchinson, L.; Fuller, J.; Stryker, L.; Wagner, J.; Susquehanna University;
Members of the Outing Club participated in year round activities such as canoeing, backpacking, and hiking.
Outing Club ; Canoes; Backpacking; Hiking; Petersen, C.; Burrow, M.; Kuczewski, M.; Quinn, S.; McManus, M.; Watkins, E.; Scott, G.; Culleton, M.; Kilgallen, K.; Abels, D.; VanCise, G.; Tressler, S.; Johnson, K.; Chadwick, K.; Heinnan, M.; Grim, S.; Attix, L.; Keeler, K.; Larson, T.; Miller, P.; Hooper, F.; Kreh, B.; Gordon, D.; Susquehanna University;
The 1975 Hockey Club, eventually becoming the Ice Hockey Club, was a co-ed club that played at the Sunbury Ice Rink. The team competed against other college clubs.
Hockey Club; Ice hockey; Sunbury Ice Rink; Bingaman, T.; Stoudt, E.; Handlan, J.; Welton, G.; Fortune, B.; Koyen, T.; Ransdell, G.; Fricke, S.; Lyon, R.; Bacalles, P.; Patane, B.; Fiske, J.; Guckes, A.; Eby, J.; Miller, D.; Lynde, H.; Susquehanna University;
The Flying Club was formed to "promote interest in flying". The club used the facilities of the Penn Valley Airport to learn about flying and encourage other students to do the same.
Flying Club; Penn Valley Airport; McAndrew, J.; Ivers, B.; Hammarstrom, T.; Wetteroth, B.; Wright, T.; Archibald, B.; Zurfluh, J.; Susquehanna University;
Physical Education Center
Ground was broken in 1975 to build two additions to the Alumni Gymnasium. The east side addition would hold a pool and the north side addition would have a basketball court.
Alumni Gymnasium; Buildings; Construction; Susquehanna University;
Athlete Air Concerns
Athletes, both male and female, brought their concerns to the Athletic Committee at a regular meeting. The concerns and Committee answers are listed in this newspaper article.
Athletes; Athletic Committee; Susquehanna University;
Alumni Gymnasium Pool
Shown is the new gymnasium pool built in 1976.
Swimming pools; Alumni Gymnasium; Susquehanna University;
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