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  • Saving the Insect Eaters Bucknell biologist DeeAnn Reeder takes up the call to understand and treat white-nose syndrome, which has killed 7 million bats in just a few years.
  • American History in Black and White Bucknell's Griot Institute sponsors a semester-long series examining the intimate relationship between Thomas Jefferson and his slave Sally Hemings.
  • Q&A: Greg Schiano '88 Schiano is set to begin his first season as head coach of the NFL's Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
  • Build It and They Will Play Alumni and parent support of athletics facilities gives Bucknell a competitive edge.
  • Retiring Faculty A fond farewell to Abe Abrahamson, Owen Floody, and Genie Gerdes.
  • Alumni Profiles Kathleen Hannon Aikenhead '69, P'02, Stuart Berger '81, Kerry Marks Hasenbalg '94, and Tim Hoffman '00, M'02.
  • The Last Word A Bucknell Beacon.
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