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Class of 2024 has 991 new students, pushing opening enrollment to 3,724.
Meet six Bucknell Class of 2019 graduates who prove that Bucknell graduates are uniquely prepared to meet the challenges of today and tomorrow.
As they begin their college journey, the students in Bucknell's Class of 2024 will discover they're united by more than Bucknell orange and blue.
Required COVID testing, enhanced cleaning, new classroom spaces, take-out dining are among changes to campus to mitigate the risk of infection.
Intent on honoring the Class of 2020 despite physical distance, Bucknellians came together virtually for an online Commencement celebration on July 19.
Amicus brief seeks immediate injunction to block Trump administration ruling.
Faculty and students to determine why bats have immune tolerance to coronavirus, research that could contribute to more effective human treatment.
Thanks to grants from the National Science Foundation, Robert Stockland, chemistry, and Kelly Bickel, mathematics, will be working closely with students to navigate uncharted territory in their respective fields.
Fall classes will begin a week earlier on Aug. 17 and end Nov. 20 with no Fall Break.
Five Bucknell employees and an employee team were recently honored with awards that recognize faculty and staff who go above and beyond in their commitment to the success of the University and its students.
The policies are designed to help students whose high school experience was disrupted due to COVID-19.
The certification affirms Bucknell's ongoing commitment to sustainable operations.
Meet four of the more than 1,600 applicants who chose to take advantage of Bucknell's test-optional admissions policy. The policy, which makes SAT or ACT scores optional for most applicants, was introduced in 2019 for students applying to join the Class of 2024 and beyond.
More than 30 Bucknell students were recognized for their leadership in co-curricular activities across campus.
Three Bucknellians earned English teaching assistant awards through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program, one of the world's most prestigious cultural exchange initiatives.
Seniors present a fire pit as Bucknell's newest outdoor learning and gathering space, located steps away from the Bucknell Farm on South Campus.
The University will offer nearly 50 courses to assist students whose summer plans have been disrupted by the pandemic.
The University earns U.S. News distinction in the same week it freezes tuition.
Lily Mitchell '20 will help kick off Commencement with a performance of the national anthem, and Brishti Mandal '20 will address the Class of 2020 as this year's Commencement student speaker.
The promotions recognize faculty teaching, scholarship and service.
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