More From Spring 2018
Topics Social Sciences
In the early 1990s, the dream was ‘Sweet for some; sour for others.’ And today?
A mix of Bucknellians defined the American dream this spring.
Writer Matt Zencey talked with an array of Bucknellians, including Pierre Joanis, above, about their take on the American Dream today.
Anxiety abounds in rural areas.
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.
Through love and pure grit, international graduates advance toward citizenship.