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Bucknell University has been awarded a $1 million grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, in partnership with the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, to develop a liberal arts based digital editions publishing cooperative.
Christopher Williams '92 honed his craft as a singer, songwriter and musician by performing in Seattle coffeehouses.
Chérie Celeste Malone ’13, who majored in film/media studies and German studies, is a Brooklyn-based actor with steady roles on stage and in TV and film.
Majoring in subjects with a curatorial orientation at Bucknell prepared William Twersky '12 for his career in museum design.
Nate Freed ’21 is aiming for a career in publishing — and gaining hands-on experience as an editorial intern at the Bucknell University Press.
In the Bucknell in London program, students from across the University take a semester of humanities and social science courses taught by Bucknell faculty and specially tailored to the location.
Conor Moore '20 was the kind of high school student who read environmental science articles for fun, so majoring in environmental studies at Bucknell was a natural choice. What he couldn't have predicted was the first-year philosophy course that inspired him to add a second major in that discipline — or the opportunity to help shape a new class that marries his two interests.
Carolyn Marino '20, English–literary studies, says her professors and peers make Bucknell the perfect place to study writing.
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