Bloomsburg University is a great place to be you!

Bloomsburg University is a great place to be you!

Back to the good ol' routine

Lydia Jenkins

"Overall, the first week back to college is fun to reconnect with everyone before the workload grows. It’s so important to keep your head on straight, stick to your priorities and get moving.

"While returning to the routine remember to keep your emotions steady and thoughts in order, the rest of your health will follow the weeks to come."

  — Lydia Jenkins, mass communications

Exercise Science Intern

Exercise science major impresses Cornell

As an exercise science major focused on strength and conditioning, Anas Mahmoud wanted to get experience working closely with some of the top of athletes in the country. And he did just that this summer. Mahmoud spent this summer interning with Cornell University’s strength and conditioning team, assisting in programming and administering of speed, agility, flexibility, conditioning, and strength training programs for its athletes spanning 13 Division I sports.

“My advisor Dr. (Swapan) Mookerjee told me about the many internship opportunities Bloomsburg University students have in the strength and conditioning field,” Mahmoud said. “The one that stood out to me was Cornell University, because they have multiple nationally ranked athletic teams, such as wrestling and men’s hockey.”

Women's cross country picked as preseason favorites

Husky Sports

The Bloomsburg University women's cross country team is ranked number one in the PSAC preseason coaches poll. The Huskies were second at both the PSAC and NCAA Atlantic Regionals a year ago and finished 14th at the NCAA Division II Championships (the highest finish ever for a Bloomsburg women's cross country team). Leading the way for the Huskies will be senior Kate Dodds and sophomore Hannah Boudreau. Both runners were NCAA cross country All-Americans a year ago with Boudreau finishing 35th and Dodds taking 39th at the national championships.