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Bloomsburg University's Global Business Association (GBA) took fourth place at the 2021 SDSU (San Diego State University)-CUIBE (The Consortium for Undergraduate International Business Education) International Business Case Competition held Oct. 14-16, 2021, in San Diego.
Nancy Edwards ’70 transferred to Bloomsburg State College in 1968 to follow her best friend to campus. She enjoyed her experience so much that fifty years later, she and her husband remain committed to Bloomsburg University and its students.
Junior education major assisted student who suffered a seizure and had fallen down.
The dedication ceremony occurred before kickoff of the Huskies football game and was the center of Homecoming Weekend festivities to honor the generosity of Bloomsburg University’s most prolific donor.
Bloomsburg University will present two events focused on how the attacks of 9/11 have changed the United States as part of the "Conversations for the Common Good" series, which promotes dialogue to bridge political and social divides.
Donovin Medina is an exercise science major from Harrisburg and of Puerto Rican descent. In addition, he's the public relations representative of the Student Organization of Latinos, as well as pursuing a minor in health communication.
Bloomsburg University welcomes Harvard University professor Dr. Gordon Hanson for its Fall 2021 Economic Lecture Series. Hanson will speak on Thursday, Oct. 21, at 2 p.m. in Haas Center for the Arts...
Nagely Anderson is a health sciences: pre-physician assistant major from Scranton and of Dominican descent. In addition, she’s the secretary of the Student Organization of Latinos and vice president of the Students Initiative to Ease Struggle.