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Commuters band together to launch new student organization

As a commuting student, college life is a little different for Caitlin Lysogorski where she faces a built-in disconnect from campus activity and social interaction. Managing to get to and from class...

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Professor working for the greater good on town council

Toni Bell serves Bloomsburg residents as an elected official.

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Bloomsburg University offers swimming lessons

Bloomsburg University will offer swim lessons during April for both novice and intermediate-level youth swimmers. Instructors for the lessons will be members of the BU coaching staff and BU swim team...

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Economics lecture focused on elections

Harvard professor spoke on electing presidents

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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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Communication Day highlights ways effective communication comes in clutch

Bloomsburg University’s National Communication Association Student Club (NCASC) recently hosted its annual Communication Day, a single-day conference designed to bring together researchers and presenters from across the university.

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Middle States announces initial approval of Northeast integration

BLOOMSBURG — The integration of Bloomsburg, Lock Haven, and Mansfield universities has received initial approval by the institutional accrediting agency, Middle States Commission on Higher Education...

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Bloomsburg University earns PNGAS Guard-Friendly School designation

Bloomsburg University is one of 57 colleges and universities earning the Pennsylvania National Guard Associations' (PNGAS) Guard-Friendly School designation for 2022.

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Two alumni team up to earn three U.S. patents

Bloomsburg University graduates recently had three patents approved for methods to make in-house eDiscovery hosting more secure.

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