Friday, August 19th, 2016

Fact: Bucknell Copyright Policy

It is important to know your rights and responsibilities on Bucknell’s campus. Please see below for Bucknell’s Copyright Policy as you connect to Bucknell’s networks and live on campus! The unauthorized distribution of copyrighted material, including through peer-to-peer file sharing, may subject you to criminal and civil penalties.  Peer to peer file sharing technology is not, itself, illegal; however, what you share and how you share it may violate copyright law.  Both uploading and downloading files can pose issues under the law.  Therefore, please be careful and do your research when obtaining copyrighted material.  Sites that are copyright compliant include iTunes […]

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Friday, August 5th, 2016

Fact: The Counseling & Student Development Center

The Counseling & Student Development Center (CSDC) is located in the newly constructed Graham Building. Read below for some facts about the CSDC and about your transition to college! The Counseling & Student Development Center (CSDC) website offers creative ideas for taking care of yourself. Self-help is all about helping or improving yourself. There are many different ways to engage in self-help activities – including meditation, exercise, breathing, being mindful, and educating yourself – check out our site to find strategies that work for you. While you’re getting ready for the big move to campus, keep in mind that mental health is a key part of […]

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Thursday, August 4th, 2016

Think About: A Double Major

What does it look like to have two majors at Bucknell? Will Frost ’18 (who majoring in Chemistry and Economics) shares his thoughts and experiences. Why did you choose your majors? I came into college knowing science was my favorite subject, but once in college I discovered that I enjoyed so many different things.  I hated the idea of picking a major for a long time, and in a way still do, so I ended up picking the two broadest and most fundamental majors within the two areas of study that I find most interesting and see myself having a career in. What […]

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Tuesday, August 2nd, 2016

Tradition: Family Weekend

Every fall, parents and families visit campus to get a firsthand look at the people, programs and places that have become home to their students. This year family weekend will be held on September 23-25, 2016! There are a variety of events including a BBQ Dinner on Friday night, a Home Football Game with a Tailgate Celebration on Saturday followed by a Tent Party, and a Jazz Brunch on Sunday. The Student Programming Board (ACE) also hosts Christy’s A Capella, an annual Family Weekend Tradition hosted in Rooke Chapel featuring Bucknell’s five premier A Capella Groups. Hotels will fill up […]

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Thursday, July 28th, 2016

Think About: Art/Art History

What does it look like to study Art and Art History at Bucknell? Danielle Retcho ’17 (who majoring in Art History is on the Pre-Med Track) shares her thoughts and experiences. Why did you choose your major? I became interested in art history in high school and I thought that it would be something awesome to study in college. As a pre-med student with hopes of going to medical school, I wanted to stand out and do something that I loved. There are so many skills and important things to learn from art history that I believe I am more […]

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Wednesday, July 27th, 2016

What: Student Jobs on Campus

      Looking for a job on campus, but not sure where to go? The Bridge is an online tool sponsored by the Career Development Center that not only will help you explore future career and educational opportunities, but also features postings for available student jobs on Bucknell’s campus. The staff at the Career Development Center have put together a very helpful guide to get you started on The Bridge. Click here to access! Another great way to hear of openings across campus is from your friends and classmates! Once you arrive, start asking around as to what are popular openings or […]

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Monday, July 25th, 2016

Meet: Patrick Newhart ’18

Hometown: Dallas, PA   Major: Computer Science and Economics   Class Year: 2018   Favorite Orientation Memory: Library Unbound (I won an iPad!)   Campus Involvement: Beyond Unison Co-Ed a Capella, BLINC Pre-Orientation Program, Undergraduate Executive Intern, Greek Life Member   Advice for the Class of 2020: Get Involved!!!! This is one of the most important things to having a successful and meaningful Bucknell experience. There are so many outlets for you to be involved in something you are passionate about, why pass it up? It is important to have extra curricular involvement to help you succeed and make relationships outside of the classroom. Take advantage […]

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