Tables in Dana built from campus trees.
Bucknell’s Board of Trustees has approved construction of a new management and art building.
John Kolaya ’70 worked on the World Trade Center before and after its destruction
Engineering professor Peter Jansson models sustainability on the home front
Central Susquehanna Valley Transportation Project bridge, Winfield, Pa. It’s 1 a.m. on a balmy summer evening, and Tyler Keiser ’20 is at work 180 feet above the Susquehanna Valley
A supplement to Bucknell Magazine.
By Way of Bucknell
Tours of Breakiron Engineering Building will be offered during the 125th anniversary of engineering celebration.
Bucknell's Engineering Success Alliance offers pathways to success for students from underrepresented backgrounds.
Becky Snelson ’15 strides out in the Boston Marathon.
Zach Thomas ’18 is preparing to lead Bucknell in the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament — and designing a medical device to aid coronary bypass surgery. Learn how the Bison's star forward shines on and off the court.
Social entrepreneur Drew Hackman ’11 tackles an array of pressing issues
Construction began this spring on Academic East, a new interdisciplinary laboratory and classroom building offering cutting-edge resources for departments from two of Bucknell’s three colleges.
A “cool class” taught by Professor Margot Vigeant, chemical engineering.
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.
L. Felipe Perrone Professor of Computer Science, Rooke Chair in the Historical & Social Context of Engineering
New Lewisburg museum opens.