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How to become TikTok famous

How to become TikTok famous

Liz Whitmer, Senior Writer

March 5, 2020

TikTok is the new app that has taken teens, comedians and middle-aged men alike by storm, and one question has been rattling in the minds of everyone with too much free time and an overwhelming desire for attention: how does one become TikTok famous? This article can steer you in the right direction by giving you ...

University’s fee rises again thanks to construction of 17 new academic buildings

University’s fee rises again thanks to construction of 17 new academic buildings

Nick DeMarchis, Senior Writer

March 5, 2020

The University just decided that its richest contributors weren’t paying enough and, in turn, decided to raise the comprehensive fee for the next academic year to $74,900.  The Bucknellian spoke with Christopher Crankium ’92, the new Associate Interim Dean for the Continued Advancement of Facili...

Kyle’s Korner: Spring Break

Kyle’s Korner: Spring Break

Kyle Putt, Graphic Artist

March 5, 2020

Spring break destinations and their implications

Bridgette Simpson, Staff Writer

March 5, 2020

Spring break is finally here. Free, free at last! After a treacherous past couple of weeks filled with midterms, papers, projects and tedious Sapling homework assignments, University students are itching for time not spent in Bertrand Library or doing work. Whether you’re headed north or south, near...

Senioritis hits University campus

Franz Schauer, Contributing Writer

March 5, 2020

Spring break marks the halfway point in the spring semester. For many college students, this means warmer weather, longer days and seeing the sun for what seems like the first time in months. For seniors on campus, however, it also means the return of a disease that finds its way to school every year:...

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Amy Schlussler, Satire Co-Editor

February 27, 2020

Is Vedder worse than prison? New campus housing

Nick DeMarchis, Senior Writer

February 27, 2020

The University has struggled with housing options since the erection of the ever-so distractingly named “Bucknell West Apartments.” Shortly after the University president released a statement voicing that “no one wants to donate money for housing,” officials came forward with an announcement...

Spring break hacks

Bridgette Simpson, Staff Writer

February 27, 2020

As days become longer and the weather continues to warm up, students across campus are itching for March 6. Most are looking forward to going home and catching a break from the University’s steadily increasing workload, but some luckier students will get to spend a week somewhere that isn’t home.  ...

Kyle’s Korner: Lent

Kyle’s Korner: Lent

Kyle Putt, Graphic Artist

February 27, 2020

University administration planning renovations to ‘Tower House’

University administration planning renovations to ‘Tower House’

Franz Schauer, Contributing Writer

February 27, 2020

When the University decided to kick off a fraternity last year and convert its house into an affinity house named “Tower House,” students had many questions. These questions included – but weren’t necessarily limited to – “But that house doesn’t have a tower?” and “What are you going to do...

Bernie Sanders comes to campus to ask for your financial support

Bernie Sanders comes to campus to ask for your financial support

Sam Ruvolo, Contributing Writer

February 21, 2020

There was a palpable buzz of excitement last week in and around Coleman Hall and Vaughn Literature Building as most liberal arts professors prepared for a special visitor. He arrived on Feb. 17, humbly sporting a brown winter coat, zipped to the very top (and of course, his signature glasses). Verm...

Kyle’s Korner: TOOT

Kyle’s Korner: TOOT

Kyle Putt, Graphic Artist

February 21, 2020

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