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Professor of English

Harold Schweizer

"If you allow students to wait, to study deeply and be responsible for what they say, they can really feel themselves thinking and understanding something that they did not understand previously."

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Colleen McGonigle '17

music and neuroscience

Colleen McGonigle '17

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Cymone Fourshey

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studio art

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Pulitzer Prize-Winning Composition About Anthracite Coal Comes to the Weis Center

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Thirty years on, the Residential Colleges Program remains an influential and distinctive experience. Meet the program's architects and some of its outstanding graduates.

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Society & Technology Residential College students ponder life and what comes next.

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Bucknell interns from across the academic disciplines gain hands-on experience as consultants to local companies.

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