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Accounting student to have research paper published; also earns scholarship

Junior to have paper published in Academic Journal and also receives $5,000 scholarship from Association of Certified Fraud Examiners

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Bloomsburg University and the Town of Bloomsburg announce 'Block Party' mitigation efforts

BLOOMSBURG — Bloomsburg University and the Town of Bloomsburg will implement the below initiatives to increase safety and security related to the unsanctioned annual spring event known as "Block Party...

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Craig Diehl '82 honored for $1.5 million gift to create Center for Law School Preparation at Bloomsburg University

Bloomsburg University and the Bloomsburg University Foundation recently held a dedication ceremony to honor the generosity of Craig A. Diehl '82 and celebrate his gift to create the Diehl Center for...

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Pennsylvania's State System of Higher Education to freeze tuition for 2022-23 academic year

Historic action extends tuition freeze to a fourth year

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On-campus housing to close on May 14

Campus residents should make arrangements to move out of their residence hall or apartment by Saturday, May 14, 2022 at 12:00 PM for end-of-year closing.

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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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Huskies hone their hustle with Tom James

What started with a relationship between a BU professor and a company VP has grown to regular recruitment of BU students for the Tom James Company. It was Dr. Monica Favia and the BU Sales Competition...

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Equestrian team wins awards

Team has four members take top honors at event

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Media and journalism major chosen for select role at CMA convention in NYC

Bloomsburg University student Matthew Poust was one of six student journalists selected to serve in the student newsroom at the annual College Media Association National Spring Convention in New York...

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Speaker challenges audience to think differently about gender, race, and the courts

Members of the BU community were recently challenged to think differently about “Gender, Race, and the Court System” in a lecture. Dr. Shauntey James, assistant professor of criminal justice at Penn...

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