Bucknell alumni founded Champions Place for disabled youth
Blackstone relates her work in education to Bucknell experience
Meet the Bucknellians who have dedicated their lives to public service.
Barry Frake ’76, P’06 cooks up a flavorful career at General Foods
Carolyn Neely Ainslie ’80 brings new financial leadership to foundation
Catwalks and face primers aren’t on any Bucknell syllabus, but our graduates working in the mercurial world of fashion and beauty are in the thick of these billion-dollar global industries.
In 2016, after working for more than a quarter-century as a psychologist in the Navy, Bryce Lefever ’80 began to care for the mental health of a very different group: prisoners.
Q&A: David Scadden ’75, H’08
Several alumni returned to campus to contemplate Jack Wheatcroft’s legacy
Recipient of Bucknell’s Outstanding Achievement in a Chosen Profession Award this year, James Geiling is a professor of medicine at Dartmouth’s Geisel School of Medicine as well as an intensivist and hospitalist.
Compose a clever caption for this vintage photo from the fall 2018 issue.
Bucknell’s Board of Trustees set the stage for the continued evolution of the University during its April meeting.
Through science and artistry, beer is evolving
Bill McShea ’77, P’09 is so much more than just the keeper of the country’s favorite bear.
Four alumni were recognized during Reunion, May 31–June 3, for their career contributions to Bucknell and society.
Bucknell’s animal behavior program celebrates 50 years as a top undergraduate program of its kind.
Beginning last fall, in an effort to bolster sustainability at Bucknell, the University’s dining vendor has donated excess food to Bucknell’s Animal Behavior Program.
Bucknell business leaders representing a span of four decades have joined the Board of Trustees.
Breeders’ Cup CEO Craig Fravel ’79 draws top horses to premier racetracks.
Douglas Allchin ’79 addresses biological misconceptions in Sacred Bovines, whose title playfully modifies the familiar phrase for beliefs that go unchallenged.
Growing up with a brother with special needs, I knew he was different and that this difference brought us curious stares from strangers.
Bucknell’s newest college got a major boost early this year when Board of Trustees Chair Ken Freeman ’72 and his wife, Janice, made one of the largest gifts ever to Bucknell to support management education.
U.S. Ambassador William Wood ’72 enlightened students, faculty, staff and community members on the meaning of democracy during a two-day campus visit in January.
Catch up with Bucknell alumni in pictures.
A former student memorializes a Bucknell literary lion in verse.