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Professors celebrate Diwali festival: In celebration of the Diwali festival of lights, BU faculty will collaborate on a free multimedia performance.

Articulation Agreements

Lehigh Valley residents can now earn a bachelor's degree from Bloomsburg University a lot closer to home.The school is partnering with Northampton Community College in Northampton County to offer degrees in "technical leadership."The program is geared toward those looking to fill management positions especially in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math. Featured on WFMZ.com

HACC and Bloomsburg inked a guaranteed admissions agreement that makes it possible for HACC graduates who have earned an associate degree in applied science to complete Bloomsburg University’s bachelor of applied science degree program in technical leadership at HACC’s Harrisburg Campus. ABC27

Soledad O’Brien on WKOK

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Trustee Speaks to Mentoring Group

He runs the nation's sixth-largest prison system, and he came to McCaskey East High School on Friday to encourage kids in a mentoring program to stay clear of his institutions. Trustee John Wetzel too time away from his prison job to speak to 38 high school juniors and seniors in the Rotary Club of Lancaster's mentoring program seem headed in the right direction. More...

Going Gold for Gavin

September is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, and Friday, for the first time, the Bloomsburg Fair raised money for the cause. Since gold is the color used to symbolize the fight against childhood cancer, the fair observed “Going Gold for Gavin.“

The Bloomsburg Fair had a very special reason to go gold on Friday and raise money for pediatric cancer, and his name is Gavin Royer. Gavin is 5 years old and his parents are longtime vendors at the fair.

Students from Bloomsburg University volunteered their time at the Bloomsburg Fairgrounds to raise money for Janet Weis Children’s Hospital and a pediatric cancer charity called Go 4 the Goal. “We got over 50 volunteers signed up in less than 48 hours,” Caitlin Diehl said.