The Bucknellian

Etching Revival exhibit in Samek Gallery

Sarah Haber, Staff Writer

September 12, 2019

The University’s Samek Art Museum Campus Gallery is currently showcasing the exhibit “The Etching Revival: Its French Sources and American Legacy,” which opened on Aug. 13 and will be displayed through Sept. 29. The exhibit presents the development and evolution of etching – which was originally...

Breaking the Bubble

Jess Kaplan, News Editor

September 12, 2019

Domestic: The Trump administration announced their intention to ban the sale of flavored e-cigarettes amid an outbreak of vaping-related lung illnesses. Pressure from parents, educators, and lawmakers encouraged the policy initiative.   U.S. President Donald Trump announced in a tweet on T...

Athlete of the Week: Brooke Stark ‘20, Volleyball

Athlete of the Week: Brooke Stark ‘20, Volleyball

Leah Fogelsanger, Senior Writer

September 12, 2019

The Bison volleyball team has begun their season with an incredible first couple matches. With a current record of five wins and one loss, the Bison are dominating the competition. This has taken the efforts of every member of the team, but none more important than senior Brooke Stark. This past weekend,...

The old Taylor may not be dead after all

The old Taylor may not be dead after all

Lauren McDermott, Staff Writer

September 5, 2019

Ride-or-die Swifties, it may be time to put away the snake-shaped necklaces and Reputation tees, and jump back into your light blue pickup truck and cowgirl boots. Heck, it might even be time for teardrops on your guitar — tears of happiness, that is. That’s right, ladies and gents, the girl we all...

Sophie Springer ’20

Sophie Springer ’20

September 5, 2019

Major: Managing for Sustainability ’20 | Hometown: Bethesda, MD | Sophie is excited to return layout after a semester abroad! Sophie is a senior and a Special Features Layout Editor. She’s looking forward to spending her Wednesday nights at Stuck house making memories and great layouts!...

Sam Rosenblatt ’20

Sam Rosenblatt ’20

July 14, 2019

Major: Political Science and Spanish ’20 | Hometown: Newton, MA | Sam returns to The Bucknellian as Editor-in-Chief following a semester abroad in Granada, Spain. He is excited for a semester of great stories and lots of laughs with the staff during production night. When he’s not in the news...

Kathryn Nicolai ’20

Kathryn Nicolai ’20

July 14, 2019

Major: English— Literary Studies ’20 | Hometown: Pleasantville, NY | After a semester abroad at Cambridge University and a summer internship at the BBC, Kathryn is enthusiastic to be back on staff as Print Managing Editor! This new role will be an exciting change from previous roles on the p...

Sarah Baldwin ’21

Sarah Baldwin ’21

July 14, 2019

Major: English– Literary Studies and Political Science ’21 | Hometown: Collingswood, NJ | After spending her summer as a Congressional intern, Sarah is thrilled to be returning to Stuck House as Print Managing Editor! She is excited to spend another semester laughing with and getting to know th...

Janey Woo ’20

Janey Woo ’20

July 14, 2019

Major: Education, Human Diversity concentration |  Hometown: Mahwah, NJ | Following a wonderful semester abroad in Amsterdam and a summer full of activities working for both Channel Thirteen/PBS Kids and Sesame Workshop, Janey is more than ready to reclaim the role of Print Presentation Director. She is...

Jess Kaplan ’21

Jess Kaplan ’21

July 14, 2019

Major:  English– Literary Studies and Political Science  ’21  | Hometown: New York, NY | Jess is very excited for her new role as News Editor this semester! Before becoming news editor, Jess was Print Managing Editor and Opinons Editor. Jess’ interests include the Freez, golden retriever...

Brittany Willwerth ’20

Brittany Willwerth ’20

July 14, 2019

Major: Psychology ’20 | Hometown: Lancaster, PA | After spending the summer working as a counselor for children with special disabilities, Britt is exceptionally excited to return to her role as Sports Editor for the newspaper. Being a member of the Varsity Field Hockey Team, she possess a t...

Justin Schaumberger ’22

Justin Schaumberger ’22

July 14, 2019

Major: Computer Science ’22 | Hometown: River Vale, NJ | Justin was a writer for the Sports section of the Bucknellian last year and is now the co-Sports Editor with Brittany Willwerth. He enjoys following the Bison sports teams and is excited to work the other writers and editors to make the p...

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