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January 2005 || Volume 33 || Number 1

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A SENSE OF PLACE
For the last 10 years, Bucknell has been envisioning a campus Master Plan for the 21st century, but one which will preserve its particular sense of grace and architecture from the previous century. — Mary Csernica ’90

THE PEN IS MIGHTIER
The Bucknellian is the oldest surviving student organization on campus and, while working there was always a challenging experience, more and more, it’s becoming a proving ground for future journalists.— Brian Watson ’01

FOR A LONG WINTER’S READ
Philip Roth ’54 has published a very different kind of book (his 25th), Meredith Sue Willis ’68 has a new collection of fiction, and Betsy Neary Sholl ’67 presents breathtaking poems.— Claudia Ebeling

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