One of our research labs.

Hands-on learning is common at Bucknell.

This 40-foot Recirculating Sediment Flume is located in our geology department.

Two Bucknell students working in one of our labs.

We have plenty of labs to support the teaching and learning happening at Bucknell.

The Susquehanna River serves as a research site as well as for local recreation.

These students are painting in the Art Barn.

Examining petroglyphs found on the banks of the Susquehanna River.

Civil and environmental engineering students working on a Senior Design Project to help extend the Buffalo Valley Rail Trail.

Yes, this is a class!

Vicon system in action.

No, they're not playing with water balloons! These engineering students are in the midst of a (wet) class exercise.

Drew Yingling '15 and Professor Martha Verbrugge, history, conducting research in the Manuscript Division of the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Elizabeth Capaldi Evans, an associate professor of biology and animal behavior, conducting research with one of her students.

David Kristjanson-Gural, associate professor of economics, working with a student.

Management class in session in Taylor Hall.

It all begins with having a stragegy!

Michael Toole, associate dean in the College of Engineering

Professor of Psychology David Evans, a developmental neuropsychologist, working with students.

A favorite place to study on the Academic Quad.

Ghislaine McDayter, professor of English, meeting with a student.

Carol While, professor of religion.

Presidential Fellow Ben Barrett, a sociology and biology major, conducted research over the summer of 2013 with sociology professor Elizabeth Durden.

Bucknell music students working on a performance under the guidance of Christopher Para, associate professor of music.

Bucknell students participating in the Dancing Mind Challenge by putting down their electronics and reading for an extended period of time.

Studying inside the 7th Street Cafe.

One of Bucknell's a capella groups, The Bison Chips, performing.

The Universal African Dance and Drum Ensemble performing during the Arts. Everywhere festival.

Bucknell students visiting the Samek Art Gallery.

The Samek Art Gallery provides beautiful exhibit space.

The Weis Center for the Performing Arts seats 1,200.

A Theatre & Dance department performance.

Bucknell students participating in the Chinese New Year's celebration.

Students performing at the Chinese New Year celebration.

The Bucknell Orchestra performing in the Weis Center for the Perfomring Arts.

A performance in the Weis Center Lobby.

A Theatre & Dance department production.

A Bucknell student steps up to the mic during an evening of entertainment.

The bells used by the Rooke Chapel Bell Ringers.

A Theatre & Dance department production.

Bucknell students performing a traditional Chinese Water Sleeves dance.

An art installation on the Academic Quad.

The Annual Bison Stomp Out Classic showcases a dance style called ”step” and incorporates talent from both University students and guests.

Bucknell students preparing for a performance under the guidance of Christopher Para, associate professor of music.

Jamaal May, Shara McCallum, visiting poet Mark Doty, and Pete Mackey.

The candlelight ceremony at First Night is when we welcome each class to their official status as Bucknell alumni.

During First Night, our students line the Academic Quad.

The Candlelight Christmas Service takes place each year in the Rooke Chapel.

A closer look at the candlelighting service

Commencement on the Academic Quad.

Candlelighting ceremony during Commencement.

An aerial view of commencement on the Academic Quad.

Fireworks are a tradition during Reunion.

Bucknell students duruing First Night ceremonies.

Part of New Student Orientation involves hats, boots, and a little dancing!

Homecoming dinner provides an opportunity to reconnect.

Homecoming dinner provides an opportunity to reconnect.

Bucknell cheerleaders in action.

Some of our loyal Bison fans.

Our mascot Bucky with friends.

Baseball players attending Homecoming.

Oriention Assistants helping new students move in.

It takes a village (of Orientation Assistants) to make Move-In day happen!

Color Games are part of the tradition of Orientation.

Color Games, BEFORE the games begin!

Matriculation ceremony during New Student Orientation.

Playfair during Orientation.

Sojka Psychos cheering on their team!

A scene from the Ray for the Orange and the Blue event.

Friends re-connecting during Reunion.

Alumni at a Reunion dinner.

Another tradition at Reunion is the golf tournament.

'Ray Bucknell is one of the cornerstone events of Orientation.

Showing a little orange and blue spirit during 'Ray Bucknell!

New student orientation culminates in the 'Ray Bucknell ceremony.

Bucknell Bison baseball

Bison players in the dugout.

Bucknell Bison playing basketball in the Sojka Pavilion.

Sojka Psychos supporting their team.

Our women's crew team out on the Susquehanna river.

The Bison playing during Homecoming Weekend.

Bucknell student putting in some time on the Bucknell golf course.

Women's field hockey is both a varsity and a club sport at Bucknell.

Getting reading to play lacrosse.

The lacrosse team in a huddle.

Bison rugby players cheering each other on.

A men's soccer game in progress. Here's hoping this play was less painful than it looks!

Bison women's soccer match against Binghamton.

Bison men's tennis team member returns a shot.

Our women's tennis team in action.

The Bison men's track team getting in some practice.

Our women's track team is a thing of beauty!

The women's volleyball team makes a block.

Our men's waterpolo team heard at work.

The nearby Susquehanna River provides a perfect playing field for these athletes.

A close-up view of Bison wrestling action.

Bucknell students enjoying the on-campus golf course facility.

A band playing at an outdoor arts festival.

Block party during New Student Orientation.

The climbing tower at Cowan, our outdoor education setting.

Learning to make pottery at the Craft Center.

This looks like some serious fun!

Who needs daylight to play a game of ultimate frisbee?

A perfect day to enjoy a football game.

Color Games is a tradition during New Student Orientation.

Color Games...before the color!

On the Academic Quad between classes.

One of the volleyball courts found around campus.

Ok, so maybe "fun" isn't exactly the right word for this photo!

On-campus yoga classes are very popular.

One of several spots on campus for a quick pick-up game of basketball.

These students are participating in a team building exercise.

Bucknell students enjoying a moment between classes.

Student congregating on the Academic Quad.

A perfect day for flying a kite.

Finding a little time to keep up the video gaming skills in a residential hall lounge.

Students studying together in the Langone Center.

These students found an opportunity for a game of volleyball.

Students participating in the annual Zombie Run!

Bucknell students and staff participating in a 5K run.

Kayaking on the Susquehanna River.

Taking in the gorgeous scenery.

Bucknell students preparing the community garden.

Building character at the high-ropes course at Cowan.

After you climb to the top, there's only one way down!

One foot after another...

Two Bucknell students working in the community garden.

You don't have to travel far from campus to find scenery like this.

With views like this, it's worth the climb!

Research happens outside of the classroom too.

A quiet spot.

An aerial view of the local area.

The Susquehanna River runs through town.

Part of the high-ropes course challenge at Cowan.

Students getting some hands-on experience at a local CSA.

The Susquehanna River passes through downtown Lewisburg.

Shops in downtown Lewisburg.

Bucknell students shopping in downtown Lewisburg.

Our students exploring Market Street in downtown Lewisburg during New Student Orientation.

The Barnes & Noble at Bucknell University bookstore

The annual Lewisburg Arts Festival takes place each April on Market Street.

Aerial view of downtown Lewisburg.

The Campus Theatre is one of the few single screen art deco movie theatres still operating in the country.

The entrance to the Barnes & Noble at Bucknell University bookstore.

Established in 1834, this elegantly restored and remodeled hotel graces the main street of downtown Lewisburg, Pennsylvania.

Crossing the bridge into downtown Lewisburg.

Another view of Market Street.

Inside the Barnes and Noble University Bookstore.

Bucknell students running the Duck Derby at the annual Lewisburg Arts Festival.

Inside the local fire company in downtown Lewisburg, where some of our students volunteer.

Lewisburg's iconic street lights, found throughout the downtown area.

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