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.

Winter 2017


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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MAKE YOUR PLANS

Join your classmates May 31 - June 3 for Reunion Weekend. Renew relationships, celebrate your Bucknell experience, and enjoy a beautiful weekend in Lewisburg.

Thursday: Emeritus classes events
Friday–Sunday: All reunion and Emeritus classes

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Of People & Places

Urban planner Jennifer Smolko Vey '93 at Baltimore’s Druid Hill Park. Photo by Jennifer Bishop

Thirty years on, the Residential Colleges Program remains an influential and distinctive experience. Meet the program’s architects and some of its outstanding graduates.

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Q&A with Cheryl Barton '68

 

Cheryl Barton ’68 is an internationally known leader in the shift toward resilient futures through landscape architecture and green urbanism.

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The Wright Stuff

Jemuel Stephenson '17

The defending NCAA Division I champion men’s basketball coach, Jay Wright '83, fosters the right attitude among his Villanova players.

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A Call to Arms

Norman Stewart, Class of 1920; photo courtesy of University Archives/Special Collections

The buried history of Bucknellians involved in World War I is being revealed through an ongoing faculty and student research project — here and abroad.

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Winter 2017 Online Exclusives


Personalizing the Great War

The Female Institute, 1892

In May, a research team led by Professor David Del Testa, history, with the help of Professor Adrian Mulligan, geography, and student researchers Amy Collins '18, Anthony Paolella '18, Julia Carita '20 and Julia Stevens '20, will spend 10 days in France and Belgium, retracing the experiences of a select few Bucknellians.

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