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Civil rights pioneer Diane Nash will speak Sept. 30 at 7 p.m. in Trout Auditorium.Read more
John McPherson '83, creator of the syndicated comic Close to Home, returned to Bucknell to discuss the origins of his comic and his career transition from engineer to cartoonist.Read more
Some of today's most outrageous entertainment is trumped by Renaissance drama.Read more
Pixar scientist Tony DeRose pulled back the curtain on the animation studio's computer-aided films.Read more
A new web tool puts nutrition information at students' fingertips.Read more
Bucknell students create slam poetry to confront their preconceptions about the feminist movement.Read more
Jane Goodall brought the crowd to its feet at Monday's packed Bucknell Forum event.Read more
A new lecture and colloquium series brings together diverse disciplines to explore new media.Read more
This engineering course turns the traditional teacher-learner model upside-down, and empowers Bucknell students to become the experts.Read more
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