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26 tenure-track faculty join Bucknell teaching ranks A former middle school choir teacher. A passionate collector of fossil snails. A freed Ethiopian political prisoner. All were among the 26 new tenure-track professors who joined Bucknell’s faculty last fall.
Class of 2012 one of University's most selective ever As the fall 2008 classes were about to begin, Bucknell’s Class of 2012 was expected to total about 950 students, up slightly from previous years. The class, too, had the distinction of being one of the University’s most selective ever.
Fall 2008: 163rd academic year opens Bucknell opened its 163rd academic year on Aug. 27, with a host of new faces, campus improvements, renowned speakers and cultural and athletic events greeting its 3,500 undergraduate and 150 graduate students.
Trustees approve downtown bookstore project Bucknell’s Board of Trustees approved developing a University bookstore in downtown Lewisburg and to use as the primary funding source money provided by the state for economic development.
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