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First Lady Frances Wolf visits BU to discuss college hunger and affordability 

Pennsylvania First Lady Frances Wolf visited Bloomsburg University’s Basic Needs Shoppe – a food and basic needs pantry designed to support Bloomsburg students – and joined students and staff for The...

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Johnson College and Bloomsburg University sign dual admission agreement

Johnson College and Bloomsburg University signed a dual admission transfer agreement on April 27, 2022. Through this agreement, students who apply for dual admission and graduate from Johnson College...

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

It's one step closer to the big stage for these Class of 2022 members as they were recently honored during the First World Graduation Ceremony by Bloomsburg University’s Office of Multicultural...

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Student trustee attends PACT Conference

Julia Burcin, BU Student Council of Trustees member, gained news knowledge of higher education

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The Find for Feathers

Taking a step back to embrace the nature around you is exactly what Bloomsburg University student Rebecca Burlingame, a junior from Stroudsburg, is doing. Burlingame recently earned the Wildlife for...

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Broadcast Opportunity: Confer gift will create a hub for broadcast education

As a teenager in his hometown of Williamsport, Kerby Confer would lie awake at night listening through the crackle and hiss of faraway stations on his transistor radio, hoping one day to be that voice...

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BU partners on regional high school STEM competition

Bloomsburg University's Regional STEM Education Center, directed by Kimberly Bolig, partnered with the Community Giving Foundation and VZRscada to sponsor the Regional STEM Competition for high school...

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Record number of donors show support to make BU's first-ever ‘1867 Minutes of Giving Challenge’ a success

BLOOMSBURG – More than 600 Bloomsburg University alumni and supporters came together to help raise $87,408 in support for BU students during its inaugural 1867 Minutes of Giving Challenge. The money...

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NCAA approves plan to retain full complement of athletic programs at Bloomsburg, Lock Haven, and Mansfield universities

BLOOMSBURG — Bloomsburg, Lock Haven, and Mansfield universities have received NCAA approval to proceed with their plan to retain a full complement of NCAA athletic programs on the campuses that...

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Moonroof makes a mark in Indie-Pop music scene

It can pay to sing in the shower. Philadelphia indie-pop band Moonroof owes its start to Dave Kim ’16 singing in the shower of Luzerne Hall in September of his freshmen year. The sound attracted the...

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