The Bucknellian

Examining the dilemma of packing during COVID-19

Bridgette Simpson, Satire Co-Editor

August 26, 2020

As the University makes its way through the first week of classes, it is apparent that not everyone has the same expectations for the upcoming school year.  I am a current sophomore, meaning I know a little bit about how to do “college stuff” in general (sorry, first-years) but not enough to ...

Quarantine quality of life

Max Bean, Contributing Writer

August 26, 2020

Only two weeks in and this school year has already been one twist and turn after another. One of the most memorable moments of the school year thus far was the Great 3A Quarantine of ’20, or as we all know it here, the Insidening.  The initial scare was the worst. When we had gotten the news tha...

Mask on

Mask on

Alyssa Endres, Contributing Writer

August 26, 2020

In the uncertain age of COVID-19, masks have become a staple of life. In restaurants and stores, these simple pieces of cloth and fabric have become the required entry ticket. Especially with few colleges having students return for their fall semester, great precautions are being taken, and masks...

University housing switch causes trouble

Liz Whitmer, Satire Co-Editor

August 26, 2020

You’ve heard of a dingle, but get ready to meet the dripple (or trouble?) — the newest holy grail of University campus housing. In order to ensure all available rooms on campus are occupied, University Housing Services has converted all triple rooms into doubles, and beneficiaries are enjoying ...

Kyle’s Korner: Remote learning

Kyle’s Korner: Remote learning

Kyle Putt, Graphic Artist

April 24, 2020

How to spruce up your quarantine wardrobe

How to spruce up your quarantine wardrobe

Amy Schlussler, Satire Co-Editor

April 24, 2020

Day 50 of quarantine is quickly approaching and you’re still wearing the same thing that you’ve had on since Day 1. If you’re tired of looking in the mirror and seeing the same toothpaste stained sweatshirt day after day, you’re in luck. Members of The Bucknellian have returned from their hiatus...

QUARANTINE: a day in the life

Bridget Beljan, Satire Co-Editor

April 24, 2020

Questioning the purpose of your existence upon waking Using your time wisely by scrolling through TikTok for a few hours Asking for an extension on a one-paragraph assignment  Realizing you haven’t changed out of the same pair of PJs in five days Animal Crossing Not knowing or caring what ...

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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