Bucknell Magazine is the primary University print communications vehicle for all alumni and is also mailed to current parents, faculty, staff and seniors. Published quarterly, this 72-page full color magazine aims to keep our readers informed with University news, in-depth discussion of topics important to the Bucknell community and to help keep alumni connected through class notes.

Spring 2016

Available for iOS and Android, the recently launched Bucknell Magazine app displays most of the magazine content (Class Notes not included) just as it appears in the print edition, enhanced with additional photos, videos, audio recordings and online-exclusive stories.

To download the app, search for Bucknell Magazine in the App Store and Google Play.

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A Winning Tradition

Jesse Klug '16; photo by Gordon Wenzel

Bucknell stands tall among Division I schools. Here athletes find the right balance between academics and competitive play.

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Q&A with Steven DeKosky '68

A noted neurologist, Alzheimer's disease researcher and former vice president and dean of the University of Virginia School of Medicine, Steven DeKosky '68 was portrayed in the 2015 film Concussion.  As interim executive director of the McKnight Brain Institute of the University of Florida, he still works to make the game safer.

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Living Color

Deb Slade '73

Adults find a creative, calming outlet in an activity that was formerly reserved for the nursery-school set.

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Spring 2016 Online Exclusives

Say Cheese!

We loving hearing, and seeing, what our Bucknell family is up to. Share your photos, past and present, with us, and we'll post them in the web and app versions of Bucknell Magazine.

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The Violence of Hate

In 2016, the President's Diversity Council presented a mini-series for Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Week intended to engage our community in a conversation about Dr. King's legacy and philosophies and the intractable and interrelated problems of violence, racism and hatred.

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Life in the Denial Sphere

Elizabeth Kolbert

In January, Bucknellians had the opportunity to hear a talk by Elizabeth Kolbert, author of The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History. Before her formal lecture, the 12th Janet Weis Fellow in Contemporary Letters paused for a Q&A.

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Places I've Been

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