Bucknellians Ponder the State of the American Dream.
Don Shacknai ’83 helps New Yorkers find less costly living spaces in a city of contrasts.
Bucknellians help rejuvenate an economically depressed community 40 miles from campus.
Playwright W. David Hancock ’84 immerses audiences in interactive worlds.
Writer Matt Zencey talked with an array of Bucknellians, including Pierre Joanis, above, about their take on the American Dream today.
Bucknell cultural geography students consider how American Dreams are shaped by the places people live, the sense of personal identity they have and the power they hold (or don’t hold) in society.
Anxiety abounds in rural areas.
In the early 1990s, the dream was ‘Sweet for some; sour for others.’ And today?
A mathematics professor since 1999 who chaired the department from 2008 until 2012, Karl Voss was offered the position following a national search.
“It was a heart-wrenching experience. It made me think about the futility of war and what it does to families.”
As a documentary producer, Cullum braves snakes, eels and more to reveal our largest ocean.
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.
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.