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Analyzing the impact of Early Decision

Analyzing the impact of Early Decision

Caroline Fassett, Investigative News Editor

November 3, 2016


Filed under Investigative News, NEWS

The first round of undergraduate Early Decision applications are due to the University’s Office of Admissions on Nov. 15. Prospective students must apply through the online Common Application and have the option to apply Early Decision 1 (ED1), Early Decision 2 (ED2), or Regular Decision (RD)....

It’s 7 a.m.: Do you know where your car is?

It’s 7 a.m.: Do you know where your car is?

Caroline Fassett, Investigative News Editor

October 27, 2016


Filed under Investigative News, NEWS

Many sophomores, juniors, and seniors are fortunate enough to have cars at their disposal for daily transportation on- and off-campus. However, many of these students have encountered difficulties with on-campus parking regulations and have expressed dissatisfaction or incertitude with parking policies. To...

Do Lewisburg bars serve underage persons?

Caroline Fassett, Investigative News Editor

October 20, 2016


Filed under Investigative News, NEWS

On Sept. 8, Lewisburg businesses Bull Run Tap House and Towne Tavern were charged by the Bureau of Liquor Control Enforcement for committing liquor law violations. A Public Information Release Report drafted by the Pennsylvania State Police indicated that both of these restaurant/bars were charged ...

Slicing & dicing the complexities of Dining Services

Caroline Fassett, Investigative News Editor

October 6, 2016


Filed under Investigative News, NEWS

While Dining Services has been largely successful in presenting students with  numerous meal options served at a variety of on-campus locations, individual misconceptions and frustrations regarding University meals and assorted meal plans have long existed throughout the student body. The Bucknellian...

Bostwick closing during Fall Fest causes confusion

Caroline Fassett, Investigative News Editor

September 29, 2016


Filed under Investigative News, NEWS

Hundreds of students made their way to the University’s football practice field on Sept. 17 to hop on carnival rides, hear the harmonies of various a cappella groups, and be serenaded by musical artist and Fall Fest headliner Jesse McCartney. Though many students were impressed by the efforts of...

Organizations represented at Employer Expo are ‘a reflection of how the employers recruit’

Caroline Fassett, Investigative News Editor

September 22, 2016


Filed under Investigative News, NEWS

The Career Development Center (CDC) presented the annual Employer Expo on Sept. 20 in the Gerhard Fieldhouse. Each year, the Employer Expo features companies who are scouting potential employees and interns. Though many students were content with the range of employers present at the fair, others...

Pay inequity between tutors prompts inquiry

Pay inequity between tutors prompts inquiry

Caroline Fassett, Investigative News Editor

September 15, 2016


Filed under Investigative News, NEWS

Many University students have the opportunity to earn money by tutoring other students on campus. Specifically, students can seek employment as a tutor at the University’s Teaching & Learning Center (TLC), as a peer-writing consultant at the Writing Center, or as a tutor to student-athletes...

Unpacking the Office of Global & Off-campus Education

Caroline Fassett, Investigative News Editor

September 10, 2016


Filed under Investigative News, NEWS

Each year, approximately 400 to 500 University students study in foreign places to expose themselves to new surroundings and an international experience. While most return to campus satisfied with their time abroad, many also express discontent with the difficulties they faced in choosing an appropriate...

Recruitment process demands hefty time commitment

Caroline Fassett, Investigative News Editor

September 1, 2016


Filed under Investigative News, NEWS

Roughly 250 male and 300 female students are participating in the University’s formal fall recruitment process, which officially commenced Aug. 26. While the sorority recruitment process demands more preparation and greater time restraints than its fraternity counterpart, the University’s Interfraternity...

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