The weekly student newspaper of Bucknell University

The Bucknellian

The weekly student newspaper of Bucknell University

The Bucknellian

The weekly student newspaper of Bucknell University

The Bucknellian

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Bucknell increases cost to roughly $80k per year
Miranda Neusner and Sophie Bajaj March 10, 2023

Interim Vice President of Finance & Administration Param Bedi released a statement on Feb. 16, announcing that Bucknell’s tuition will increase for the 2023-2024 academic...

Author Ann Leary speaks about writing process at forum event
Kel Werkheiser and Michael Taromino March 10, 2023

Novelist Ann Leary was on campus to attend a question and answer session and speak at a forum about her writing process on March 8. Ann Leary had a question and answer...

Bucknell developing new A.I. chatbot for L&IT
Riley King, Contributing Writer • March 10, 2023

Bucknell L&IT has begun developing an artificial intelligence chatbot that could be available to the Bucknell community as soon as April. The Bucknellian met with...

Bucknell to host TEDx after spring break
Maximus Bean, News Co-Editor • March 10, 2023

This article was edited on March 14 to update the date of the event. Bucknell will hold a TEDx event from 5–8 p.m. at the Campus Theatre on April 23. The theme of the...

Denice Frohman reads poetry at Uptown
Maximus Bean, News Co-Editor • March 10, 2023

Denice Frohman came to Bucknell’s Uptown to serve as the Women’s History Month Keynote Speaker on March 8 from 7-8 p.m. The description for the event said that, “Denice...

Breaking the Bubble (03/08/2023)
Breaking the Bubble (03/08/2023)
Madison Kurtz, Staff Writer • March 10, 2023

Domestic Sen. John Fetterman of Pa. may soon be able to return to his office from a voluntary hospitalization that took place over three weeks ago. He admitted himself...

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IC4A and ECAC Championships for Women’s and Men’s Track and Field
Tallulah Fuhs, Contributing Writer • March 10, 2023

Coming off of great success in the Patriot League Championships, the Women’s and Men’s Track and Field teams returned to compete in the IC4A and ECAC Championships. Meghan...

Lauren Medeiros / The Bucknellian
Women’s Basketball’s season ends in league quarterfinals
Hugh Straine, Staff Writer • March 10, 2023

The Bucknell women’s basketball season came to a close on Monday with a 63-55 quarterfinal loss to the No. 3 seeded Lehigh Mountain Hawks in the Patriot League Tournament....

Women's Water Polo travels to Ann Arbor
Jamilie Atiyeh, Staff Writer • March 10, 2023

After a long trip to Michigan, Bucknell’s Women’s Water Polo looks forward to coming back to dominate on Senior Night.  The Bison opened the weekend of March 4-5 in...

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Men’s Lacrosse falls to Marist
Madison Rehak, Staff Writer • March 10, 2023

This past weekend the Bucknell Men's Lacrosse team matched up with Marist for their final non-conference game prior to beginning Patriot League play.  The Bison had a...

Women’s Lacrosse dominates in home victory
Brooke Tracey, Senior Writer • March 10, 2023

Bison Women’s Lacrosse hosted their second home game of the season this past weekend against St. Bonaventure. The Orange and Blue dominated the Bonnies in all four quarters,...

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Enrolled Students Day
Connor Bennett, Staff Writer • March 10, 2023

Members of the Bucknell class of 2027 had the opportunity to spend the day on campus for Enrolled Students Day 2023 on Saturday, March 4.  Students...

Women's History Month 2023 at Bucknell
Juliana Rodrigues, Special Features Editor • March 10, 2023

The national celebration of Women’s History Month started 42 years ago. According to in 1981 congress petitioned for...

Kyle Putt, Graphics Manager / The Bucknellian
Got milk? Are you sure?
Josh Dewey and Colton Jiorle March 10, 2023

A plague has risen across America. We live in a world where any viscous white liquid can be labeled as milk. How did this happen?  According to the Oxford English Dictionary,...

Digital cameras, a time capsule dug up
Caroline Hendrix, Opinions Editor • March 10, 2023

One of the first social media platforms to come about was Six Degrees, which was created in 1997 with the primary goal of connecting its users. People could upload a profile...

The reality of being sick at college
Moira Weinstein, Staff Writer • March 10, 2023

According to Dr. Elaine Luo and Kimberly Holland of “Healthline,” the reason you’re always sick is probably due to “a vitamin deficiency, dehydration, problems with...

Student loan relief plan faces backlash in the Supreme Court
Caroline Hendrix, Opinions Editor • March 10, 2023

A key facet of Biden’s campaign was a promise to provide student loan relief. As Biden tries to make good on his commitments, his $400 billion student loan forgiveness plan...

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