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Recent graduate living with cystic fibrosis celebrates new life chapter

Kaitlyn Hentschel saw not one but two life milestones come to fruition when she graduated from Bloomsburg University this spring with a degree in communication studies. She got engaged, launching the...

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Reconnecting as a resource for fellow Huskies

Jeffrey Moyer '93/'00M enjoys drawing upon his work as a business professional and adjunct faculty member when interacting with students and demonstrating the hands-on components of human resources.

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Always the right "time" to volunteer

Joe McCullough enrolled at Bloomsburg State College from New Jersey in 1970. As fate would have it, he was assigned a dorm room with Bill Farenbach from Lake Ariel. That assignment led him to stay in...

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Bloomsburg University set to host inaugural '1867 Minutes of Giving Challenge'

Beginning Thursday, April 7, at 8 a.m. and going through Friday, April 8, at 3:07 p.m., Bloomsburg University will launch its first-ever 1867 Minutes of Giving Challenge. The number 1867 is the time...

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Ocean Life: Bloomsburg grad interns with marine research academy

Article originally appeared in the Juniata Sentinel, a weekly newspaper in Mifflintown, Juniata County, on March 9, 2022.

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Pulling back the curtain on the uncommon man

Take a drive through Tampa at 5 a.m., and gaze upward to the Bank of America building’s 31st floor. You’ll see the lights from Clean Earth Systems Inc. already blazing. Company CEO Steph Pettit ’89 is...

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Alumna making a difference with AmeriCorps

The average person probably wouldn't volunteer to fight a wildfire. Amanda Settembrino '19, a Bloomsburg geography and planning graduate, isn't average.

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Leading student learning

Janet Tomcavage's experience as a Husky propelled her into the leadership roles that now allow her to help fellow Huskies begin their professional climb.  

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Climbing toward inclusion

Kimberly Abney ’09 described herself as a “reluctant student” when she came to BU. Today, she serves as an example and support for both students and fellow alumni.

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Turning grit into growth

David Pany '13 is a senior manager at Mandiant, leading investigations into cybercrime against American companies while assisting his team on their climb up the professional ladder. Some of the staff he supports are, of course, fellow Huskies.

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