Bucky, the Bucknell Bison
Several alumni returned to campus to contemplate Jack Wheatcroft’s legacy
Four alumni were recognized during Reunion, May 31–June 3, for their career contributions to Bucknell and society.
Bucknellians reflect on the legacy of the late Philip Roth ’54.
Writers' residency named for Philip Roth '54 gives future notable authors an early career boost.
Novelist Philip Roth ’54 recalls John “Jack” Wheatcroft ’49, ‘the best of teachers.’
Few Bucknellians are as deeply connected as Joann Golightly Brown ’48, who began visiting campus as a child with her father, a Class of 1914 graduate.
Our class reporter received a fascinating letter from one of our alumni veterans. We thought our readers would find it of interest and asked the author to update us on his life after Bucknell.
A gift of the Class of 1975, new sculpture embodies Bucknell’s storied history and its ambitions for the future
Langones' commitment takes WE DO campaign well past its half-billion-dollar goal.
Record-breaking fundraising campaign concludes, reaching $513 million.