More alumni books from the Spring 2019 issue
Capturing the Immigrant Experience Through the Art of Storytelling
New discoveries come to light in World War I project
50-year history of storied Coast Guard ship recounted
Current and former players and coaches celebrated anniversary
Read Judy Grisel's Washington Post commentary.
Several alumni returned to campus to contemplate Jack Wheatcroft’s legacy
In his 51st documentary, Richard Wormser ’55 tackles the problem of mother and infant mortality.
Remembering Joe Fell, a beret-wearing model of erudition.
Andrew Garman ’91 performed in a critically-acclaimed off-Broadway play attended by the Bucknell Club of New York City.
Bucknellians reflect on the legacy of the late Philip Roth ’54.
David Dunn ’91 devises strategies to oversee finances of stars’ estates.
A yankee playwright goes to Alabama.
New fund honors leader in Bucknell’s outdoor education.
More alumni books from the Fall 2018 issue
Your photos from the fall issue.
My Favorite Thing
Nancy Haupt P’09 balances library acquisitions with purebred dog training.
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.
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.
Clair Groover, Class of 1915, risked life and limb to keep soldiers fed along WWI's battle lines.
Christy Mathewson's WWI service in the Chemical Warfare Service led to his untimely death.
As her grandaughters reach college age, class notes reporter Ellie Mackie Pigman ’55 reflects and offers advice from her Bucknell experience.
A former student memorializes a Bucknell literary lion in verse.
More alumni and faculty books from the Winter 2018 issue
Follow budding journalist Sherri Kimmel, now the editor of Bucknell Magazine, as she is introduced to the world of punk at CBGB.