First printed in 1896 as The Orange and Blue, The Bucknellian was among the first student-run publications at the University. This academic year marks the weekly newspaper's 120th anniversary, a milestone that includes a celebration for past staffers at Reunion Weekend, June 1-4. Below are samples of articles from the newspaper's archives that provide a glimpse of student life from decades past.

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April 6, 1897

April 20, 1897

May 11, 1897

September 21, 1897

February 28, 1899

January 23, 1900

February 23, 1903

March 2, 1903

March 9, 1903

December 12, 1904

January 16, 1905

September 24, 1906

January 28, 1907

September 23, 1907

Spring 2017


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Q&A with Makoto Fujimura '83

 
 
 
 
Renowned painter Makoto Fujimura '83 created a series of paintings inspired by Silence, a novel also depicted by filmmaker Martin Scorsese in the 2016 film of the same name.

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Alison Hoover '07

In the rough and tumble world of the NBA, players look to Alison Hoover '07 to safeguard their smiles.

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