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Screening of ‘Lemonade’ sparks discussion on identity, race, and art

Madison Weaver, Assistant News Editor
April 27, 2017
Filed under Arts & Culture, NEWS

Beyoncé’s visual album “Lemonade” was screened in Uptown on April 20, followed by a discussion led by Dr. Jessica Williams, a women studies’ professor and black feminist activist. The event was hosted by Her Campus Bucknell, the Women’s Resource Center, and the Griot Institute for Africana...

Five things that hurt my eyes and my soul

Elizabeth Duswalt, Columnist
April 28, 2016
Filed under Arts & Culture, Columns, Du's & Don'ts

For my final article of the semester, I feel as though it is my duty to give as much advice as I possibly can. That’s why I have taken several laps around the library and compiled a list of things that I’m not quite fond of instead of focusing on the three papers and project I need to work on. Socks with sh...

Bucknell Dance Company’s Spring Dance Concert preview

Bucknell Dance Company’s Spring Dance Concert preview

April 28, 2016
Filed under Arts & Culture, Top Stories

Bucknell Dance Preview Courtney Wren Arts & Culture Editor As a culmination of a semester of long hours in the studio and choreographing, Bucknell Dance Company (BDC) will perform its Spring Dance Concert at 7:30 p.m. on April 29-30 in the Weis Center for the Performing Arts. The concert...

We Brake for ’Nell Party: Comedy groups hold successful first joint show

Elizabeth Worthington, Assistant News Editor
April 27, 2016
Filed under Arts & Culture

Stand-up comedy group The ’Nell Party and improv group We Brake for Nobody joined forces on April 21 in a comedy show called “We Brake for ’Nell Party.” Comedy groups have become particularly popular on campus this year. The ’Nell Party went from hosting a show in the intimate setting of Cole...

Poem in your pocket day

Poem in your pocket day

Caitlin Maloney, Senior Writer
April 21, 2016
Filed under Arts & Culture

Faculty, staff, and students united on the uphill lawn of the Elaine Langone Center on April 19 to listen to members of the University community present their poetry for Poem in Your Pocket Day. The reading was hosted by the Stadler Center for Poetry and is an initiative of the Academy of American Po...

Du’s and Don’ts: Super Saturday style

Du’s and Don’ts: Super Saturday style

Elizabeth Duswalt, Columnist
April 21, 2016
Filed under Arts & Culture, Columns, Du's & Don'ts, Top Stories

Now that the weather is warmer, Super Saturdays will be in full swing. The girls will all don their best sundresses and the boys will wear their best jerseys or Hawaiian shirts. I think we have all begun to notice some common fashion trends associated with Super Saturdays at the University. If it’s ...

Quad sitters you may know

April 21, 2016
Filed under Arts & Culture

  Name and Class Year: Jonathon Walls ’16 Hometown: Danville, Pa. Major(s): Accounting & Financial Management Favorite Class: Investments with Professor Wang Favorite part of sitting on the Academic Quad: I love feeling the sun. Name and Class Year: Taylor Sheldon ’17 Ho...

Du’s and Don’ts: My abroad fashion versus my University fashion

Elizabeth Duswalt, Columnist
April 14, 2016
Filed under Arts & Culture, Du's & Don'ts

While I was abroad in Tours, France last semester, I dressed very differently from the way I do here at the University. Waking up and throwing on leggings and a sweatshirt is not something the French do. Every morning before my 20-minute walk to class, I tried to make myself look like the ideal Parisian...

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