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Bucknell's Bayar Explores Immigrant 'Otherness' in New Istanbul Exhibit

The professor and chair of art & art history's new exhibition will run through February in her native Turkey at Istanbul's Ferda Art Platform.

Portrait of Eddy Lopez leaning on a railing outdoors in a wooded area.


Bucknell’s López Wins State Museum of Pennsylvania Competition

Art & art history professor wins statewide competition in the category of ‘work on paper’ for his piece ‘NYTimes BLM.’

Reid Fournier stands on a stage, a red stage curtain is in the background.

Student Story

Reid Fournier '24, Theatre and Political Science

Whether he's playing the lead role, directing a production or singing tenor in a vocal ensemble, Reid Fournier '24 thrives on a busy extracurricular schedule centered on the arts.   

Portrait of Anushka Mehrotra ’16

Alumni Story

Anushka Mehrotra '16, English – Creative Writing

Anushka Mehrotra '16 wrote the script for an award-winning dramatic web series that depicts one of the most significant events in Mumbai's recent history.



The Nemesis Machine: Utopia, Dystopia or Both?

The Samek Art Museum hosts the U.S. debut of the big data miniature mechanical city exhibit by British artist Stanza.

Portrait of Suzanne Méjean Pinney ’03, art history

Alumni Story

Suzanne Méjean Pinney '03, Art History

Suzanne Méjean Pinney '03 transformed her love of storytelling into two LA Emmys.



Bucknell's Machado Sáez Awarded National Humanities Center Fellowship

The professor of English will expand her study of U.S. Latinx Theatre during an intensive year at National Humanities Center in North Carolina.

Portrait of Margaret Graham '09

Alumni Story

Margaret Graham ’09, Art History and Creative Writing

A series of art courses at Bucknell opened up a whole new world for Margaret Graham ’09. Now, the creative writing and art history double-major organizes artist interview workshops, public talks, educational programming and more — all to foster critical discussions in modern art conservation.

Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular


Bucknell Student Vocal Group Beyond Unison Opens Rockettes’ Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular

A cappella student group opened the Saturday, Nov. 20, 5 p.m. show.

Ian Herdt plays a guitar in front of a musical keyboard and computer

Student Story

Ian Herdt ’22, Computer Science

Ian Herdt '22, a computer science major from Mount Airy, Md., is designing software that will use artificial intelligence to write snippets of music, potentially helping songwriters overcome writer's block.

Portrait of Andrew Ciotola


Bucknell Poetry Path Update Brings Fresh Literature to Lewisburg

The 1-mile path now features a new set of markers at 10 culturally significant Lewisburg locations, each featuring a contemporary or traditional poem that resonates with the site.

Steve Holmes poses on the veranda outside the MacDonald Commons building.


Introducing Holmes Hall: A Commitment to the Power of Intersectional Learning at Bucknell

Nearing completion this summer, the new home for the Freeman College of Management and the Department of Art & Art History will be named for Bucknell Trustee Steve Holmes '79 and his wife, Bonnie Bencsko Holmes '79.

Emily Martin

Faculty Story

Emily Martin, Music

Acclaimed classical vocalist Emily Martin, music, amplifies the work of underrepresented musicians in her Bucknell courses and beyond.

Estie Pyper '16 stands outside

Alumni Story

Estie Pyper ’16, Theatre and Literary Studies

Estie Pyper '16 parlayed her writing and live theatre experience at Bucknell into a job as an associate producer for MSNBC's Morning Joe.

Professor Emily Martin, music


Professor Emily Martin Sings on One of Year’s Best Classical Recordings

Recorded at Bucknell’s Rooke Recital Hall, the album Let Evening Come: American Songs Old & New (Albany Records) featuring lyric soprano and Professor Emily Martin makes The Chicago Tribune’s ‘"Best Classical Recordings" list.

Bethany Fitch '23

Student Story

Bethany Fitch ’23, Theatre and Environmental Studies

Entwining her passions for environmental studies and theatre, Bethany Fitch '23 is sparking community conversations about climate change through a storytelling project on the ferocity of floods.

Students dance outside of the Elaine Langone Center


At Bucknell’s Outdoor Dance Festival, All the Campus Is a Stage

With indoor dance showcases off the docket, students and faculty in Bucknell's theatre & dance department devised a first-of-its-kind Outdoor Dance Festival with performances in 11 locations across campus.

Sami Wurm ’22 stands at a computer in a digital recording lab

Student Story

Sami Wurm ’22, Computer Science and Music Composition

With support from a Presidential Fellowship, Sami Wurm '22 uses technology to further her passion for performance.

Student Cheyanne Stunger portrait

Student Story

Cheyanne Stunger ’22, Art & Art History and Political Science

Cheyanne Stunger '22 wasn't sure where an education in art would lead until she came to Bucknell, where she's pursuing her passion for the arts and forging her own path to success.

Dance students Eva Munshower '20, Tom Lanphier '20 and Caylee Jumbelic '23


Moving Online: Final Assignment Brings Dance Classes Closer Together

For their final assignment, students developed a routine blending choreography learned in class with their own creative movements — all in their living room, bedroom or backyard.