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Jingle bell, jingle bell, Lewisburg rocks

Jingle bell, jingle bell, Lewisburg rocks

Natalie Spears, Special Features Co-Editor

November 30, 2017


Filed under Features, Top Stories

With the holiday season in full swing, the Lewisburg and Mifflinburg communities and the University are raising spirits by hosting multiple festive events in the coming weeks. Some of Downtown Lewisburg’s annual events include the Annual Christmas Tree Lighting and Late Shoppers Night. Regarding the...

Editors You May Know Fall 2017

Editors You May Know Fall 2017

November 30, 2017


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Barbara Bell ’18 Editor-in-Chief Major: English, Political Science, Spanish Hometown: Darien, CT Favorite newsroom moment: Whenever anyone couldn’t come up with a headline. Future role with the paper: Rude. My time on The Bucknellian is now over, but I still plan to infiltrate the...

80 turkeys later: Behind the scenes of the annual ‘Cafsgiving’

80 turkeys later: Behind the scenes of the annual ‘Cafsgiving’

Julie Spierer, Special Features Co-Editor

November 16, 2017


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The Tradition During the week preceding Thanksgiving break, turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy, apple pie, and more are on the minds of first-years, sophomores, juniors, and seniors alike as they eagerly anticipate the return of the University’s annual Thanksgiving Dinner, affectionately k...

Announcing the Spring 2018 Editorial Board

Announcing the Spring 2018 Editorial Board

Barbara Bell, Editor-in-Chief

November 16, 2017


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The Bucknellian Editorial Board held elections for positions for the spring semester of 2018 on Nov. 12. The new executive board will be headed by Elizabeth Worthington ’18 as Editor-in-Chief. She will be joined by Ruby Gould ’19 as Print Managing Editor. Lynn Korsun ’18 will continue in her c...

Homecoming Weekend 2017: Bison return to their herd

Homecoming Weekend 2017: Bison return to their herd

Natalie Spears, Special Features Co-Editor

November 9, 2017


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More than 800 alumni, friends, and family returned to the University for the 2017 Homecoming Weekend. Visitors attended various events hosted throughout the weekend and reunited with old friends. However, the weekend encouraged more than just reunions; Homecoming promotes alumni engagement through networking,...

Call these attacks by their rightful name

Call these attacks by their rightful name

Sam Rosenblatt, Opinions Co-Editor

November 9, 2017


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After the most recent tragedies to befall innocent civilians in the United States, it’s time to broaden our definitions of what constitutes terrorism. There is no single definition of terrorism, but most scholars agree that it generally involves a non-state actor using violence or the threat of...

Survivors & supporters come together

Survivors & supporters come together

Natalie Spears and Haley Mullen

November 2, 2017


Filed under Features, NEWS, Top Stories

Domestic violence and sexual assault are harrowing issues that affect lives across the world, including the lives of individuals here on the University’s campus. Frequently, these subjects are often avoided or unaddressed due to individuals' apprehension to share their personal experiences. Fortunately,...

The brain behind No8am

The brain behind No8am

Julie Spierer, Special Features Co-Editor

November 2, 2017


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The Creator In lieu of course registration, most students are playing schedule-tetris, meticulously selecting classes that fit together to create a manageable schedule for the coming semester. The website no8am.com has aided students for years by providing them with a visualization of class selections;...

Ghost busting: A critical look at paranormal phenomena

Ghost busting: A critical look at paranormal phenomena

Natalie Spears, Special Features Co-Editor

October 26, 2017


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Ghosts and hauntings are two of the most enigmatic and unfathomable concepts in the world. There’s no way of knowing whether a paranormal experience is real, or where it’s coming from, yet many people have stories of their personal experiences with the otherworldly — some right here on campus....

Planting a seed for civic service in Susquehanna Valley

Planting a seed for civic service in Susquehanna Valley

Julie Spierer, Special Features Co-Editor

October 26, 2017


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Civic engagement is a large part of the University’s culture. Many students become involved in organizations that they are passionate about, or volunteer their time at establishments, groups, or local areas in the community. Specifically, students can express their passion and appreciation for the...

A salute to ROTC

A salute to ROTC

Julie Spierer, Special Features Co-Editor

October 19, 2017


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Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) programs nationwide are hosts to some of the most dedicated, hard-working, and diligent leaders. In 1862, the Bucknell Guard was formed and during the Korean War, the University petitioned the Department of Defense to establish an official Army ROTC unit on...

Celebrating full professorship: Conferring the highest academic honor on 14 faculty members

Celebrating full professorship: Conferring the highest academic honor on 14 faculty members

Julie Spierer, Special Features Co-Editor

October 19, 2017


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As of spring 2017, 14 University faculty members have been promoted to the title of full professor. That compares with 13 in 2016 and 10 in 2015. Moreover, the last decade has welcomed the creation of a number of new faculty positions, which has enabled more associate professors to be promoted to...

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