Bucknell Magazine is the primary University print communications vehicle for all alumni and is also mailed to current parents, faculty, staff and seniors. Published quarterly, this 72-page full color magazine aims to keep our readers informed with University news, in-depth discussion of topics important to the Bucknell community and to help keep alumni connected through class notes.

Fall 2015

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Herbert Wilcox ’50 tracked the remarkable paths of six Bucknellians over 60 years from their arrival on campus to retirement within 300 yards of one another.

Read: Back to the Future

Joe LoGrippo ’60 shares his memories of legendary theater professor Harvey Powers and his wife Betsy.

Read: A Theatrical Bond

Take a photo tour of the world's largest pipe organ with Billie Jane Boyer Maul '57.

View: Image Gallery

Game On

Sunil Gulati '81

As American soccer takes the world stage, Sunil Gulati '81 is one of its chief cheerleaders — but, as the longtime president of the U.S. Soccer Federation, he’s also a major driver of its ascent.

By Robert Strauss

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Come home to a fun-filled weekend!

Come home to a fun-filled weekend!


Pipe (Organ) Dreams

Billie Jane Boyer Maul '57

The world’s most massive musical instrument resides in Atlantic, N.J., and Billie Jane Boyer Maul '57 is toiling to ensure the magnificent beast will roar again in her hometown.

By Matt Hughes

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Q&A with Barry Hannigan


The internationally acclaimed pianist and avid outdoorsman Barry Hannigan is closing out his career at Bucknell. Hannigan, the Ellen P. Williams Professor of Music, has performed more than 100 concerts for the University community and will offer a series of farewell recitals this spring.

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Excavating Trauma

Peter Balakian '73

Family members of Peter Balakian '73 suffered during the Armenian genocide 100 years ago. He’s on a mission to speak and write the truth.

By Matt Zencey

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