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Posted June 24, 2008
LEWISBURG, Pa. – The campus master plan, telephone landlines, Peace Corps volunteers and jazz guru Bruce Lundvall ’57. They were subjects of the most read Bucknell Magazine stories appearing on the Bucknell University Web site.
The top five stories so far this year:
Bucknell Magazine: The campus master plan
The campus master plan, supported by renowned, Boston-based architectural firm Shepley Bulfinch, was moving toward the stage at which the Board of Trustees would review final recommendations and decide on immediate priorities. || April Board of Trustees report
Bucknell Magazine: On campus, it’s goodbye landlines
As technology hastens the rate and widens the scope of communications, people are more interconnected than ever, and without being tethered to a phone jack. Nowhere is the demise of the landline phone as pronounced as in the residence halls of a college campus.
Bucknell Magazine: Bucknell’s helping hands
With 21 alumni in 18 countries, Bucknell was ranked sixth by the Peace Corps among small colleges and universities producing volunteers. Meet seven who have served.
Bucknell Magazine: Bruce Lundvall – A jazz story
Meet the man behind Blue Note Records, Bucknell's own Bruce Lundvall '57, who is head of the most important jazz label in the world.
Bucknell Magazine: Leaders on leadership
As presidential primary season heated up, and the United States prepared to elect its 44th commander in chief, read what Bucknell experts had to say about what it takes to become — and remain — a great leader.
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