A supplement to Bucknell Magazine.
Cristiane Maia ’13 was only 9 when her family relocated from Brazil to Long Island.
South Sudan has a grip on Professor DeeAnn Reeder’s imagination that even conflict and heartbreak can’t shatter.
By Way of Bucknell
Tours of Breakiron Engineering Building will be offered during the 125th anniversary of engineering celebration.
Bucknell’s Board of Trustees set the stage for the continued evolution of the University during its April meeting.
Through science and artistry, beer is evolving
Keeping a Focus on The Fifties
Bill McShea ’77, P’09 is so much more than just the keeper of the country’s favorite bear.
Readers share their thoughts.
Bucknellians bring feline rescue to Market Street.
Bucknell's Engineering Success Alliance offers pathways to success for students from underrepresented backgrounds.
Kyi English ’19
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.
Four alumni were recognized during Reunion, May 31–June 3, for their career contributions to Bucknell and society.
Bucknellians reflect on the legacy of the late Philip Roth ’54.
Writers' residency named for Philip Roth '54 gives future notable authors an early career boost.
Novelist Philip Roth ’54 recalls John “Jack” Wheatcroft ’49, ‘the best of teachers.’
Bucknell’s animal behavior program celebrates 50 years as a top undergraduate program of its kind.
Bucknellians Ponder the State of the American Dream.
Through Musicians on Call, Pete Griffin ’00 brings soothing songs and healing to the bedsides of hospital patients.
Accessibility Resources office serves and connects Bucknell students with disabilities.
David Dunn ’91 devises strategies to oversee finances of stars’ estates.
A yankee playwright goes to Alabama.