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Harvard Professor to talk on globalization and regional economic divides

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...


Hispanic Heritage Month: Nagley Anderson

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.

Homecoming 2021 set for this weekend

Bloomsburg University will celebrate its annual Homecoming weekend Friday and Saturday, Oct. 15-16, with activities planned for both alumni and students. The highlight of the weekend activities will...


Symposium on Hunger to be held

Three-day event features three speakers discussing food insecurity and hunger. 



Virtual internship proves real value for future public relations professional

An internship in a fast-paced city featuring a broad range of marketing and communication opportunities was a top of the list for Katerin Rodriguez, the soon-to-be college graduate. But where to start?


Bloomsburg University Zeigler College Of Business Launches Consulting Practice

The Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania Zeigler College of Business announces the formation of Zeigler Business Consulting (ZBC), a multidisciplinary practice that offers the services of University...


Hispanic Heritage Month: Celeste Fernanda Rivas De La Cruz

Celeste Fernanda Rivas De La Cruz is a junior marketing and professional sales major from Reading who is a native of the Dominican Republic. In addition to serving as treasurer of the Student Organization of Latinos, she is pursuing a minor in Spanish.

Trustees Recognize Emeritus Retirees

The Bloomsburg University Council of Trustees recognized emeritus staff and coaches at their meeting on Oct. 6. Recognized as non-instructional emeritus were Paul Darragh, retired head football coach...


Hispanic Heritage Month: Jaylene Fermin

Jaylene Fermin is a junior audiology and speech-language pathology major from Cheltenham who is of Dominican descent. In addition to serving as vice president of the Student Organization of Latinos, she is the active secretary of Curl Friends and is pursuing a minor in Spanish.

Banking internship provides dual major inside look into local economics

Dylan Kraus was eager to get a taste of the financial world, not waiting until his senior year at Bloomsburg University before landing an internship with one of Pennsylvania’s leading community banks.