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Public Safety Log

September 1, 2010


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Wednesday, August 25 ASSIST/AGENCY 6th and St. Catherine Street: Assisted Lewisburg Police Department. WELFARE CHECK Harris Hall: Report filed. CRIMINAL MISCHIEF Trax Hall: Under investigation. ALARM/INTRUSION Computer Center: Caused by contractor. SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY Carey House: Report f...

University panel presents findings in study of sexual assault on campus

August 31, 2010


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By Christina Oddo Contributing Writer The University community is constantly searching for ways to improve sexual assault awareness, supply support for survivors and enhance educational services, said guest speakers at the 2010 Sexual Assault Discussion, held Tuesday, Aug. 31 in the Elaine Langone C...

Non-varsity weight room refurbished

August 25, 2010


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By Allie Mongan Contributing Writer The non-varsity weight room in the Kenneth G. Langone Athletics and Recreation Center was refurbished with several new weight machines and equipment in addition to a new sound system last summer. Bucknell Student Government (BSG) has been working since January on the p...

Sororities implement no-frills recruitment

August 25, 2010


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By Courtney Flagg News Editor This fall marks the first year sororities on campus implemented the National Panhellenic Council’s (NPC) guidelines for formal sorority recruitment. The NPC has been encouraging all universities with NPC sororities to switch to the more "toned down" style of recruitment since...

Community reacts positively to new Barnes & Noble partnership downtown

August 25, 2010


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By Courtney Flagg News Editor This past weekend marked the grand opening of the Barnes & Noble and University bookstore partnership in downtown Lewisburg. The new Barnes & Noble boasts spacious floors, all of which are wheelchair-accessible, and sells everything from contemporary literature...

Ke$ha and B.o.B. to play fall concert

August 25, 2010


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By Tracy Lum Editor-in-Chief Musical artists Ke$ha and B.o.B. will headline this year’s fall concert on Oct. 29. Presented by the Bucknell Concert Committee, the performance will be held at 8 p.m. in Gerhard Fieldhouse. When selecting the performers for each semester’s concert, the committee tries...

Gruver awarded Scott Professorship

May 27, 2010


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By Hannah Zachary Writer William Gruver, distinguished clinical professor of management and executive-in-residence, was recently named the Howard I. Scott Clinical Professor of Global Commerce, Strategy and Leadership. This position recognizes his extensive involvement on campus and will allow him t...

Zipcar program arrives in fall

May 27, 2010


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By Ashley Isken Contributing Writer Bucknell Student Government (BSG) will launch Zipcar, the world’s largest car-sharing service, on campus this fall. After signing up for membership online and paying a fee, students will be able to use the environmentally-friendly cars wherever they wish for an...

Semester at Sea approval revoked

May 27, 2010


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By Kelsey Wiggin Contributing Writer When Linda Kang ’10 decided to travel her junior year with the Semester at Sea study abroad program, she was unprepared for the dramatic effect it would have on her life. She said seeing several cultures over four months gave her a “perspective of the world,...

Mitchell shares memories

May 27, 2010


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By Mike McPhee Editor-in-Chief President Brian C. Mitchell reflected on his time at the University and the important role he played on campus during his six years here in an interview on Wednesday morning. He also discussed his decision to leave the University four years earlier than initially planne...

'shading silhouettes of smaller ones' to premiere Saturday

April 12, 2010


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By Lenore Flower Web Editor "I just want people who are passionate about the message, and the concept and the process," Bianca Roman '10 said as she described her cast, punctuating each word with a pound on the table. The choreographer-turned-playwright's devotion to her original play, "shading ...

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