In March, three students were expelled from Bucknell for making racist remarks on WVBU, the campus radio station. It was a tough moment in Bucknell history, but many in the University community hope to use it as a turning point to tackle discrimination on campus • At the end of 2014, Ebola rates in Liberia and other parts of West Africa were climbing, but by March 2015, Liberia had released its last known Ebola patient from a treatment center. The outbreak was brought under control with international assistance, including help from Col. Kimberly Parsons Daub ’89 and her troops. • Advertisements from the past gain new life with the help of Jay Paull ’92. • Michael Kalanty '74, director of the Bread Baking Program at Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in San Francisco and a bakery product developer gives tips on baking the perfect loaf of bread. • Last Word: Professor John Wheatcroft '49 discusses his enlistment in the Navy, the battle of Okinawa, kamikaze pilots and coming home at war's end.