Monday, August 15th, 2016

Meet: Jon @ the Tech Desk

Meet Jon Hagofsky at the Tech Desk in the Bertrand Library! Hometown: Rimersburg, PA Major(s): English, Classics, Philosophy Class Year: Bucknell ‘08 Advice for the class of 2020: Take advantage of your unlimited Google Drive storage space through Bmail and enjoy easy access to your files from most any computer or mobile device.  

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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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Monday, July 18th, 2016

Meet: The Research Librarians

Research Services is your one-stop shop for help with research papers and projects.  All of the librarians on the Research Services team specialize in specific academic disciplines so they can help you find needed information and guide you through the research process for any topic.  Whether it’s your first paper this fall or your senior thesis, we are here to help! If you have a question about library resources over the summer, you can chat with a librarian via the library’s chat widget. Simply click on the “Chat with a Librarian” button during library hours and you will be connected with a librarian. […]

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Monday, July 4th, 2016

Meet: Owen Parent ’19

Hometown: Stroudsburg, PA Major: Mechanical Engineering Class year: 2019 Favorite Orientation Memory: Having OAs that were the bomb diggity.  And also PlayFair. Campus Involvement: Engineering and Innovation Affinity House, Bucknell Rugby, Smith Hall Council, Global Residential College alumni Advice for the Class of 2020: Introduce yourself and say hi to as many people as possible as soon as possible. It is easiest to do this in the first couple of weeks.

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Monday, June 6th, 2016

Meet: Isabelle Roser ’19

Hometown: Boulder, Colorado Major: Undeclared (but probably going to declare Biology) Class year: 2019 Favorite Orientation memory: The discussion we had with our hall after Dr. Maura Cullen’s diversity presentation. We all became really close after engaging in deep discussion. Campus involvement: B-Fashion magazine, soccer club, nutrition club Advice for the Class of 2020: Don’t be afraid to create your own path and learn from your mistakes. This journey is yours and no one else’s, but you can take comfort in the fact that there are people surrounding you who are going through similar experiences. It’s not always going to be easy, […]

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Monday, May 30th, 2016

Meet: Nneoma Ibezim ’18

“I applied to Bucknell as an engineer because I felt that environmental engineering best aligned with my hope to implement change in communities in need. I ended up finding that I was more interested in the hands-on, social side to creating this change rather than the technical side. By the end of my second semester, I had already taken four social science courses in political science, sociology, Latin American studies and education. The material that resonated with me most was sociology, but I liked that each of these classes challenged me in different ways and I wanted to continue to explore […]

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