December 01, 2015, BY Staff

"Dusk to Dawn" is the theme of the 2016 University calendar, which has begun arriving in the mailboxes of Bucknell supporters.

Alumni, parents and friends who made gifts of $25 or more since Jan. 1, 2015, will receive a complimentary copy.

Not a current donor? Make your gift before Dec. 31 to receive your calendar and enjoy the beauty of campus throughout 2016.  

On behalf of Bucknell students, thank you!

Recent Giving News


$7.5 Million Commitment Will Expand Global Education at Bucknell

The McDonnell Global Scholars Program will increase study-abroad opportunities for Bucknell students with financial need. 

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WE DO, The Campaign for Bucknell University, Surpasses $500 Million Goal

A historic future commitment to financial aid from Ken and Elaine Langone brings the campaign to a triumphant close.

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Head of CBS Corp. Leslie Moonves Makes Campaign Commitment to Humanities

Moonves, a member of the Class of 1971, will support the Humanities Center and need-based financial aid in related disciplines.

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A Family’s History Inspires Support for the Humanities

Hildreth-Mirza Hall and a new Islamic studies professorship will honor the experience of a Bucknell president's daughter and granddaughter.

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Academic East Receives $6 Million Gift From Richard Garman '56

Bucknell's next academic building will greatly expand engineering classrooms and laboratories, while also providing a new home for the education department. 

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Bucknell Introduces Free Online E-cards

Share your Bucknell spirit! Choose from a selection of free Bucknell e-cards to send to your friends and family via email or social media.

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2016 Bucknell Calendar Now Available

Enjoy 12 months of beautiful campus images.

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Bucknell Professor Leads Tour for Secretary of State

Bucknell Professor Kevin Daly described the ancient treasures of the Agora in Athens, Greece, to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.

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Jungle Eyes

Professor DeeAnn Reeder captured photos of rare African forest elephants, chimpanzees and many other elusive species in a camera wildlife survey in South Sudan.

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Africana Studies Launches as Newest Bucknell Major

The interdisciplinary program focuses on the histories, arts, politics, intellectual currents and cultural products of Africa and the African diaspora.

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