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A Successful Semester, On Campus

Bucknell completes in-person fall semester through careful planning, testing and adherence to behavioral public safety measures.

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Bucknell Launches New Councils to Advance Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Bucknell's charge toward an inclusive and anti-racist campus community continues with the development of DEI councils in Bucknell’s three colleges, as well as in seven administrative departments across the University.

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Admissions Podcast

Episode 3: Applying Undecided

In this episode of the College Admissions Insider podcast, brought to you by Bucknell University, the hosts discuss the ins and out of applying undecided.

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Bucknell Joins Liberal Arts Colleges Racial Equity Leadership Alliance as Inaugural Member

The 51 alliance member institutions will share strategies and leverage resources to make an impact on racial equity in higher education.

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Admissions Podcast

Episode 2: When to Apply to College

In this episode of College Admissions Insider, brought to you by Bucknell University, we discuss how to manage your time when applying for college.

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Bucknell SBDC Partnering on New Danville Business Incubator

Startup Danville to focus on healthcare and technology innovations.

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Admissions Podcast

Episode 1: Choosing a College Without Visiting

In Episode 1 of the College Admissions Insider podcast, brought to you by Bucknell University, the hosts discuss how a student can choose a college without visiting campus.

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Bucknell Launches College Admissions Insider Podcast

Get a glimpse behind the curtain of college admissions in a new show produced by Bucknell’s Office of Communications.

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Virtual Campus Tour Empowers Students to Explore Bucknell Anytime, From Anywhere

With the pandemic preventing families from visiting every college on their list, Bucknell University's new virtual campus tour is an ideal way to explore the University anytime, from anywhere.

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Bucknell Delays Spring Semester Opening to Feb. 1

The two-week delay and elimination of spring break are in effort to protect the health and safety of the campus and surrounding community.

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Bucknell Opens 175th Academic Year with Record Incoming Class

Class of 2024 has 991 new students, pushing opening enrollment to 3,724.

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A Year After Graduating, Bucknell’s Class of 2019 Shines Brightly

Meet six Bucknell Class of 2019 graduates who prove that Bucknell graduates are uniquely prepared to meet the challenges of today and tomorrow.

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Members of the Class of 2024, the University’s Largest Ever, Begin Bucknell Journey

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.

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Bucknell Releases Comprehensive Fall Reopening Plan

Required COVID testing, enhanced cleaning, new classroom spaces, take-out dining are among changes to campus to mitigate the risk of infection.

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‘Grit and Grace’: Commencement Speakers Honor Resilience of Bucknell’s Class of 2020 in Virtual Celebration

Intent on honoring the Class of 2020 despite physical distance, Bucknellians came together virtually for an online Commencement celebration on July 19.

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Bucknell Joins Schools Backing Harvard, MIT Lawsuit Over Student Visas

Amicus brief seeks immediate injunction to block Trump administration ruling.

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Bucknell Awarded NSF Grant to Study Bat Tolerance to Coronaviruses

Faculty and students to determine why bats have immune tolerance to coronavirus, research that could contribute to more effective human treatment.

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National Science Foundation Grants to Fuel Student-Faculty Exploration

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.

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Bucknell to Return to On-campus Instruction in the Fall

Fall classes will begin a week earlier on Aug. 17 and end Nov. 20 with no Fall Break.

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Bucknell Employees Honored for Exemplary Service

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.