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By Sam Alcorn
LEWISBURG, Pa. — A three-part series on Bucknell University's teacher-scholars dominated September's top stories.
The faculty profiles - featuring newly promoted full and associate professors and new tenure-track faculty - were published over a three-week period in September and were easily among the most popular news content that readers viewed on Bucknell's website during the month.
In order of reader views, September's top five online stories were:
- Five faculty promoted to full professor
Five Bucknell faculty members were promoted to full professorship this year, a significant accomplishment for both the professors and the University. || New associate professor profiles || New tenure-track faculty profiles
- Ke$ha, B.o.B. to perform in fall concert
Rapper Ke$ha and hip-hop artist B.o.B. will headline the fall concert at Bucknell on Oct. 29, in the Gerhard Fieldhouse. (NOTE: This event is sold out.)
- Flashmob video now on YouTube
If you missed the flashmob that descended on Bucknell's Elaine Langone Center lawn, you're in luck. The entire event was captured on video and posted on YouTube.
- Twyla Tharp leads off Bucknell Forum on 'Creativity'
Celebrated choreographer, director and writer Twyla Tharp, whose work has been honored with Tony and Emmy awards, a National Medal of Arts and a Kennedy Center Honor, kicked off the new Bucknell Forum series on Sept. 14. Like the talk, this preview story was a hit.
- Class examines prison system from the inside-out
Bucknell students gained a new perspective on the prison system and how it affects people by travelling to the State Correctional Institution at Muncy and learning side-by-side with inmates.
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