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Harold Schweizer

Professor of English

Harold Schweizer

"If you allow students to wait, to study deeply and be responsible for what they say, they can really feel themselves thinking and understanding something that they did not understand previously."

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Colleen McGonigle '17

music and neuroscience

Colleen McGonigle '17

"I know that if I was somewhere else, I wouldn't be getting the same types of opportunities in research or in performance, and the fact that they just continue to get better and better makes me all the more glad to be at Bucknell."

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Associate Professor

Cymone Fourshey

"I want my students to understand the civilizations that were already in place. The newcomers saw Africa as a place to be tamed, but in reality, social life, economy and politics were running quite effectively."

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studio art

Alec Rogers '17

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Hope, Hate and Race: Posse Challenges Bucknellians to Effect Change

The Bucknell community tackles racial issues at the annual PossePlus Retreat.

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An American Chemical Society grant to Professor Michael Krout was spurred by undergraduate research and will back future student projects.

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Pulitzer Prize-winning Poet Peter Balakian ’73 is the 13th Janet Weis Fellow

The first Bucknell alumnus to be named a Weis Fellow will receive his award and give a talk on April 5.

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Bucknellians raise funds and awareness to fight hunger by hosting Empty Bowls, an annual international event.

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Cool Classes: Mass Investing Society

Bucknell students discover that everything old is new again in the stock market, in a course that compares historical events to the realities of Wall Street today.

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Playing in the NBA is this Engineer’s Dream

Zach Thomas ’18 is preparing to lead Bucknell in the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament — and designing a medical device to aid coronary bypass surgery. Learn how the Bison's star forward shines on and off the court.

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Bucknell Mentors Offer Support for First-Generation Students

The University's GenFirst! mentoring program pairs 'first-gen' students with faculty and staff who are also family trailblazers in higher education.

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New Biophysics Major Applies Physics Principles to the Living World

Bucknell's new bachelor of science program crosses academic boundries to prepare students for careers in medicine, research.

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