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Nation awaits presidential election results

Nation awaits presidential election results
November 5, 2020

After a long and controversial election season, Americans are now nervously awaiting the results of the 2020 presidential election between incumbent President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger,...

Editorial: An aggravating election and an uncertain future

Editorial: An aggravating election and an uncertain future
November 5, 2020

It is possible that the 2020 presidential election will not be over by the time this piece is published; there is still so much we don’t know, so much that remains up in the air, so many apparently inexplicable...

Amazing: Biden wears rainbow pin while allowing conversion therapy

Amazing: Biden wears rainbow pin while allowing conversion therapy
November 4, 2020

For those of you who let this election pass you by because you don’t think there is any distinguishable difference between U.S. President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, you could not...

2020 Election Results

2020 Election Results
November 4, 2020

Reaping what we’ve sowed: COVID cases spike on campus

Reaping what we've sowed: COVID cases spike on campus
October 29, 2020

“Pleasantly surprised” and “cautiously optimistic” are how, before the events of last weekend, I described my feeling about our University’s COVID-19 situation. However, recent developments have...

Students and faculty share talents on Weis Center Blog

Students and faculty share talents on Weis Center Blog
October 28, 2020

The Weis Center for the Performing Arts has brought world-class musicians, dancers and performers to the University audiences for over 30 years with the mission of “[leaving audiences] inspired, moved...

Campus squirrels concocting covert plan

Campus squirrels concocting covert plan
October 28, 2020

Some of the campus’s most valued members, the half-domesticated squirrels, are feeling betrayed by the imminent mass exodus of students from the University. Reporters for The Bucknellian tried to...

Instagram inspiration from student-run accounts

Instagram inspiration from student-run accounts
October 28, 2020

Although COVID-19 restrictions have made this semester feel isolating, students at the University should not lose touch of all their amazing accomplishments. While we must remain prudent in terms of gatherings...

Campus goes remote after sudden surge in COVID-19 cases

Campus goes remote after sudden surge in COVID-19 cases
October 25, 2020

In an email sent out to the campus community, University President John Bravman detailed plans for all classes to be held remotely for the week of Oct. 26-Nov. 1, with many campus operations being paused...

Campus spotlight: Samek Art Museum

Campus spotlight: Samek Art Museum
October 21, 2020

The Samek Art Museum operates in two locations: an on-campus gallery on the top floor of the Elaine Langone Center (ELC) and their downtown gallery located at 416 Market Street. This semester, however,...

New York City is not an “anarchist jurisdiction”

New York City is not an “anarchist jurisdiction”
October 21, 2020

Since the killing of George Floyd, nationwide protests have called for defunding the police. It is, admittedly, an incredibly radical proposition — one of which Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden...

Biden vs. Trump: On the issues

Biden vs. Trump: On the issues
October 21, 2020

With the presidential election a mere two weeks away, many remain undecided about who aligns most closely with their political ideals. Democratic Presidential nominee and former Vice President Joe Biden,...

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