- Bucknell students, provost prepare for Katrina Recovery
A team of Bucknell students and the provost will travel to Louisiana in early January to help rebuild an area devastated by Hurricane Katrina.
- Bucknell 5th best in value in SmartMoney rankings
SmartMoney magazine ranks Bucknell University as the fifth best long-term value among liberal arts colleges and universities in its January issue.
- Bison Abroad selects photo contest winners
Bucknell University’s Bison Abroad has announced the winners of fall 2008 Study Abroad Photo Contest.
- Classic theatre, dance program anniversary
Bucknell University's department of theatre and dance will feature two classic theatre productions and a gala celebration of the Bucknell dance program's 20th anniversary during the spring semester.
- Spring semester highlights: international artists and speakers
Early spring semester events at Bucknell University include a Samek Art Gallery exhibition with works by Oswaldo Guayasamin, performances by musicians and dancers from across the globe, and a talk by F.W. de Klerk.
- Code enforcement closes Kappa Delta Rho house
The Central Keystone Council of Governments Code Enforcement Office closed the Kappa Delta Rho chapter house at Bucknell, effective 8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 4, following an inspection during which the house was determined to be uninhabitable.
- Alpha Delta Pi sorority joins Bucknell Greek system
The Panhellenic Council at Bucknell will expand to seven sororities by welcoming the Alpha Delta Pi national sorority in fall 2009.
- Year in review: Top 10 news stories of 2008
What could Bucknell University’s 26 new tenure-track faculty and CNBC “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer possibly have in common?
- Year in review: Bucknell's top research stories of 2008
Which Bucknell University senior design project, researched and fabricated in 2001, made headlines in 2008?
- Year in review: Top Bucknell Magazine web stories in 2008
The print edition of Bucknell Magazine was completely redesigned in 2008 and contributed a treasure trove of wide-ranging stories to the University’s website.
- Success of women engineers at Bucknell draws $400,000 Luce grant
Bucknell has been awarded a five-year, $400,000 grant for 20 scholarships for women engineers through the Clare Boothe Luce Program of the Henry Luce Foundation.
- Bucknell education students get rare glimpse into Amish culture, teaching
Under the direction of Associate Professor Katharyn Nottis, students in "Teaching in Diverse Environments," are giving science lessons in Amish and Mennonite schools near Bucknell.
- Spring study abroad bloggers to post from four continents
Nine Bucknell undergraduate students will soon begin posting online updates about their academic adventures on four different continents.
- Paper Bag Players present annual holiday show at Weis Center
The Paper Bag Players will present "Make a Little Room for Me!" on Dec. 13 at 1 p.m. in the Weis Center for the Performing Arts at Bucknell.
- Weis Center presents Cherish the Ladies' "Celtic Christmas"
The Weis Center for the Performing Arts at Bucknell University will present Cherish the Ladies' "Celtic Christmas" on Saturday, Dec. 6, at 8 p.m. Tickets are $25.
- Bucknell to be featured as 'College of the Week' on Seventeen magazine site
Seventeen magazine will feature Bucknell University as its “College of the Week” Dec. 17-24.
- Engineering and Science Education Expo scheduled
Bucknell University will host the third annual Engineering and Science Education Expo on Monday, Dec. 8, from 7 to 9 p.m. in Larison Dining Hall at Bucknell.
- F.W. de Klerk leads off new Bucknell Forum
F. W. de Klerk, who shared the Nobel Peace Prize with Nelson Mandela in 1993 for bringing an end to apartheid, will be the inaugural speaker in the new Bucknell Forum series, "Global Leadership: Questions for the 21st Century," on Feb. 19. || Update: Seating information
- Student government launches Bison Bikes program
Bucknell Student Government has launched Bison Bikes, a community-bike share program.
- Bucknell Chem-E Car takes sixth place in national competition
An eight-member inter-disciplinary team of Bucknell chemical and mechanical engineering and chemistry majors captured sixth place in a national alternative fuel- powered car competition.
- Bucknell receives $1.2 million for military robot research, development
Bucknell will receive $1.2 million in federal funding for research and development of military robots.
- Professor tells conference to embrace history, reject 'mediocrity'
More than 100 students and faculty and staff members of the Consortium on High Achievement and Success turned out for the 8th annual Black and Latino Male Conference at Bucknell. The theme of this year's conference was "The Fire This Time: Politics, Economics, and Identity."
- Lewis to discuss Native American history in Susquehanna Valley
Citizen Potawatomi Nation historian Jerry Lewis will focus on the significance of Native American history in the region with two discussions at Bucknell University on Dec. 1 and Dec. 2.