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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.
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.
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.
Acclaimed classical vocalist Emily Martin, music, amplifies the work of underrepresented musicians in her Bucknell courses and beyond.
Estie Pyper '16 parlayed her writing and live theatre experience at Bucknell into a job as an associate producer for MSNBC's Morning Joe.
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.
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.
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.
With support from a Presidential Fellowship, Sami Wurm '22 uses technology to further her passion for performance.
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.
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.
Students continued music lessons remotely thanks to an innovative tool developed by a Bucknell alumna: a virtual gamelan.
Theatres across the country may be closed, but COVID-19 isn't stopping Bucknellians from making movie magic.
Mackenzie Gross '21 uses the power of live theatre to challenge audiences to rethink their preconceptions about the prison system.
One of the hundreds of creative humans behind Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge, Rachel Sherbill '09 sharpened her design and leadership skills at Bucknell.
A Bucknell student directed a first-of-its-kind staging of "Twelve Angry Men" inside SCI Coal Township, a prison located about 45 minutes southeast of Bucknell.
Over the course of just two months, 27 Bucknell students worked together to weave words, music, sets, lighting, props and costumes into a two-hour play perfectly suited to this moment in time.
In this art history course, students develop the skills used by art administrators, educators, conservators, curators and fundraisers.
Student-athlete Jenna Marek '21 unleashes her competitive fire on the soccer field, her creativity in the art studio and her passion for helping others in her pre-health classes.
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