Bucknell Magazine 2023 Summer Reunion

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ADVANCING EQUITYSpring 2023 Magazine Cover

In June, the Supreme Court ruled that colleges and universities can no use longer race as a factor in admissions, prompting higher education institutions across the nation to amend their policies. While Bucknell's processes will change, our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) will not. Learn how our University's robust resources and DEI initiatives will continue to expand access to higher education and support students of all backgrounds.

Where do Bucknellians go after graduation? Read about the future plans of five fresh Bucknell graduates who are prepared to make an impact — from designing cars at Toyota to researching pediatric therapies at a children’s hospital to pursuing an advanced degree at Harvard.

In this issue, you'll also find:

  • The speakers who will participate in the 2023-24 Bucknell Forum, including actress and activist Jane Fonda and Washington Post columnist George Will
  • A look at the innovative ways Bucknell engineers are experimenting with soft robotics
  • An alum's Tour de France feat for a nonprofit he founded as an undergraduate

Click on the cover image above to read these stories and more in our spring digital edition.


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