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Trustees Approve Dining and Housing Fees for Academic Year 2024–25

The Commonwealth University of Pennsylvania Council of Trustees, at its meeting on Friday, Dec. 8, approved increases to student dining and housing fees for the 2024-25 academic year. The dining fee...

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CU Bloomsburg hosts fall commencement this weekend

Commonwealth University-Bloomsburg will host commencement ceremonies on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 8 and 9, in Haas Center for the Arts, Mitrani Hall. Graduate commencement will be held on Friday, Dec...

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Mansfield Piano Festival to be held in March

The former Mansfield Piano Competition is expanding its format to become the Mansfield Piano Festival, with the first festival to be held on Saturday, March 2, 2024. The mission of the new Mansfield...

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Soon-to-be graduates celebrated during the First World ceremony

Eyes are now on the big stage for these Class of 2023 members as they were recently honored during the fall semester's First World Graduation Ceremony by Commonwealth University-Bloomsburg’s Office of Multicultural Affairs.

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Commonwealth University Bands Host Fundraiser to Benefit Students Traveling to London

Commonwealth University (CU) bands will soon depart on a trip to England from December 28 to Jan. 4, 2024 to perform in the London New Year’s Day Parade and Celebrations. Sixty-nine performers will...

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Commonwealth University police departments hold Food for Fines donation events

For the second year, all three Commonwealth University police departments at Bloomsburg, Lock Haven, and Mansfield held a Thanksgiving Food for Fines event, in which parking tickets were forgiven in...

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EGGS students explore American Museum of Natural History

Spanning four New York City blocks sprawled throughout 25 interconnected buildings, the American Museum of Natural History is the largest natural history museum in the world — a bucket list visit for...

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Cooking Your Way to Success: The First Year Seminar

With the numerous changes freshmen face coming to college, learning how to cook for yourself can seem impossible. Professors Michael Martin and Toni Bell teach a first-year seminar that instructs...

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Brummett Named National Lambda Pi Eta Advisor of the Year

Dr. Erin Brummett, Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Studies on the Bloomsburg campus, has been named the 2023 Thomas L. Veenendall Advisor of the Year by the National...

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CU-Bloomburg Staff Provide Highway Help

Two CU-Bloomsburg staff members have been recognized by University Police for stopping to assist an ill traveler while traveling on Interstate 80 in October. At around noon on Sunday, Oct. 15, Lisa...

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