More than 700 Bucknellians served in the “war to end all wars,” fighting for democracy, justice and the rights of small nations. A century later, a faculty-staff-student initiative reconstructs the stories of those brave men and women.
Management 101, a foundational leadership primer, also packs a powerful emotional punch.
Don Shacknai ’83 helps New Yorkers find less costly living spaces in a city of contrasts.
What goes into making a poet? For Jeanne Minahan McGinn '83, a forced appreciation of Bruce Springsteen's "Thunder Road" marks the beginning.
Professor Jaye Austin Williams, Africana studies, knows something about taking risks. Active in the theatre since the 1970s, she was an actor, director and playwright before pursuing a doctorate in her 50s.
New Lewisburg museum opens.
In Lewisburg and far afield, Bucknell’s students and faculty like Nneoma Ibezim '18 and Professor Nathan Ryan make a positive and palpable difference.
With a boost from Bucknell’s Small Business Development Center, Gretchen Croteau and Emily Heuer ’06 have opened Salty & Baked, a yummy, community-oriented business in Lewisburg.
Berelson Center expands eating options
L. Felipe Perrone Professor of Computer Science, Rooke Chair in the Historical & Social Context of Engineering
Pop Quiz: 6 Questions with the Deuce actor.
A "cool class" taught by Professor Pete Groff, philosophy.
Julee Bertsch, Alumni Career Services, answers some questions our career counselors are commonly asked.
Q&A: Erica Staehling '07
Max Kane '18's pursuit of excellence extends beyond his impressive tennis court successes to the film industry.
A gift of the Class of 1975, new sculpture embodies Bucknell’s storied history and its ambitions for the future
We are eager to hear from you about how this new expression of the Bucknell story is resonating.
In recent years, Mike Sigman ’71 has interviewed dozens of music-business icons, including Tony Bennett and Quincy Jones. The result is the two-volume History of the Music Biz — The Mike Sigman Interviews.
Kathy Vizas ’79 is the founding member of Maverick Collective, an advocacy group that nurtures future social investors.
A cognitive psychologist who specializes in music perception, Professor Andrea Halpern has been collaborating with undergraduate researchers since she joined the Bucknell faculty in 1983.
My time in Lewisburg and at Bucknell paved the way for every brave thing I’ve ever done after.
As a documentary producer, John Cullum ’08 braves snakes, eels and more to reveal our largest ocean.
Kiki Pu Chung '04 is offering Hawaiians and visitors to the islands natural sunscreen alternatives.
Morgan Turner ’14 has carved out an active role in the sustainability movement as head project manager for the ANEW Foundation.