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NEWS

Joint poetry and fiction reading by English professors highlights creative talents

Charles Beers, News Editor

The Stadler Center for Poetry hosted a faculty poetry and fiction reading on March 28, highlighting the creative talents of two University creative writing professors: Visiting...

March 30

Asian Gala celebrates heritage, shares culture through food and art

Madison Weaver, Assistant News Editor

The annual Asian Gala was held on March 25 in Larison Dining Hall to celebrate Asian culture and heritage with food, dance, song, fashion, and community. The gala was hosted...

March 30

The overwhelming role of donations in athletics

Kathryn Nicolai, Investigative News Editor

The University offers a variety of sport programs for students within the categories of varsity, club, and intramural. The success of all programs is reliant on funding from...

March 30

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OPINIONS

‘Black Lives Matter’—but does the movement?

Robert Naylor, Contributing Writer

Trigger Warning: A conservative is about to speak his mind; I advise you to read to the end because you might learn a thing or two. Over the course of the past two and a half...

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Trump’s spying allegations lead to international tension

Caroline Guthrie, Staff Writer

This past month, President Donald Trump claimed that both the British intelligence agency and former President Barack Obama spied on him during his campaign. Although these...

March 30No Comments

Ivanka Trump’s position as the ‘eyes and ears’ of her father is not unique to the new administration

Jordan Walker, Contributing Writer

The closest resemblance to a position title that Ivanka Trump has been given by the White House Counsel’s Office as a part of President Donald Trump’s administration is...

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SPORTS

Softball begins conference play, sweeps Lafayette

Softball begins conference play, sweeps Lafayette

Alexa Girasole, Contributing Writer Bison softball had a clean sweep against Lafayette from March 25-26, improving their overall record to 18-5. These games marked the...

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Women’s and men’s lacrosse capture Patriot League wins

Dani Kaufman, Contributing Writer

The women’s lacrosse team beat Army in an away match on March 25. Callie DeWitt ’19 said that the motto for this game was “Hard work beats talent, when talent does n...

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Men’s tennis wins against Holy Cross, falls to Army in League play opener

Bri Pomonis, Sports Co-Editor

The men’s tennis team traveled to West Point, N.Y. on March 26 to open Patriot League play against Army and Holy Cross. With the Bison extending their all-time series record...

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Satire

MGMT 101 student promises this is seriously the last survey ever guys and it will only take 1.2 seconds

MGMT 101 student promises this is seriously the last survey ever guys and it will only take 1.2 seconds

Courtney Wren, Satire Editor

Lewisburg, Pa.—Following his professor’s announcement that they really need to get more responses to their MGMT 101 survey, Hank Fitzgerald ’20 told reporters Thursday...

March 30No Comments

The List: High maintenance Starbucks orders

Madeline Diamond & Courtney Wren, Senior Editor & Satire Editor

A black coffee with light ice Medium iced coffee with skim milk Skinny sugar-free vanilla latte Skinny sugar-free caramel swirl iced coffee with two...

March 30No Comments

OverHerd on campus

Madeline Diamond & Courtney Wren, Senior Editor & Satire Editor

“It’s fine, it’s fine, it’s fine, it’s fine, it’s fine.” “I left my Namaste bracelet at CrossFit.” “I mean, his reasoning made sense but also like not ...

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The weekly student newspaper of Bucknell University
The weekly student newspaper of Bucknell University