The Bucknellian

Where are they now?

Where are they now?

Libby Darrell, Special Features Editor

October 10, 2019

With an alumni network of over 54,000 former students, it is no wonder that the University boasts its ability to connect its current students with those who have graduated. Through the University’s networking resources — including the University’s Alumni App, on-campus and regional career networking...

Real-world money management

Real-world money management

Bel Carden, Contributing Writer

October 10, 2019

As students begin to consider their futures after the University, many worry about faring in the real world and surviving its problems. How do taxes work? How do I pay my bills? How do I manage my money responsibly? To ease these anxieties, the University created Management 314: Personal Finances — ...

Fostering the arts on-campus and beyond

Fostering the arts on-campus and beyond

Libby Darrell, Special Features Editor

October 4, 2019

Looking to host a poetry slam event on campus? Or, do you want to start your very own dance ensemble, different from what the University already offers? Do you have an idea to enhance the arts at the University, but don’t have enough money or resources to do so? If this is the case, check out the Univ...

LGBTQ Support List

LGBTQ Support List

October 4, 2019

October 11th is International Coming Out Day and will be celebrated on college campuses and at other events around the globe. This year the Office of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans*, and Queer Resources, the Gender & Sexuality Alliance (GSA) and the Bucknellian will be publishing the 13th annu...

What’s happening Family Weekend?

What’s happening Family Weekend?

Claire Burton, Contributing Writer

September 26, 2019

It seems as if the first month of classes went by in the blink of an eye — the air is beginning to cool and Family Weekend is already upon us. Most students are excited to get a small taste of home, especially the first-years, many of whom have not been away from family for this long before and may st...

Inside-Out: learning positive psychology alongside prisoners

Inside-Out: learning positive psychology alongside prisoners

Abby Tate, Contributing Writer

September 26, 2019

Most of the University’s students know PSYC 242 (Positive Psychology) better as “Prison Psych.” As one of the courses offered at the University, PSYC 242 is not your typical lecture. Associate Professor of Psychology Kim Daubman facilitates the class in accordance with the Inside-Out Prison Exchange...

Getting on the Global Climate Strike 

Bel Carden, Contributing Writer

September 19, 2019

As people have become more and more educated on our current climate crisis, concern surrounding the future of our planet is increasing. However, some of the factors hindering the enactment of pivotal climate change policies include the idea that people do not believe in climate change, or that the majority...

How to Find an Interesting Internship

Libby Darrell, Special Features Editor

September 19, 2019

Are you a current student wondering where your major will take you? A first-year who has no idea where to begin looking for a job or an internship? Fear not, because the Center for Career Advancement (CCA), located on the first floor of the Botany Building, is a resource that is happy to help. Amon...

A Week in the Life: An Italian exchange program

A Week in the Life: An Italian exchange program

Helen Lauterbach, Contributing Writer 

September 12, 2019

From Sept. 8 to Sept. 14, the University’s Italian Studies Program is hosting 10 high school students from Deledda International School in Genoa, Italy. Alessandro Andreani, the Italian students’ teacher and trip chaperone, was a teacher’s assistant at the University six years ago, and additionally...

What’s cooking on campus?

Bel Carden, Contributing Writer

September 12, 2019

Every college has its horror stories about food. Whether they be tales surrounding the inevitable “Freshman 15” or the nasty cafeteria specials, these nightmares (some true and some make-believe) scare a large population of first-year students, causing them to come to campus in the fall predisposed...

To Submit or Not to Submit?

To Submit or Not to Submit?

Libby Darrell, Features Editor

September 5, 2019

The process of applying to college is knowingly not a simple one: weekends of visiting countless universities, hours toiling over SAT and ACT preparation questions, and creative ideas forming to be the topic of your precious Common Application essay – all things completed in anticipation of one hopeful...

Upcoming Fall Arts Digest: Weis Center for the Performing Arts

Libby Darrell, Special Features Editor

September 5, 2019

The Weis Center for the Performing Arts is not merely a lively hub for all arts-related events at the University, but it is recognizable to residents in Central Pennsylvania, as well. For more than 30 years, the Weis Center has brought various artists to the University’s campus in order to inspire...

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