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First World ceremony honors soon-to-be graduates

With graduation now, comes a bigger challenge in life. May you face every challenge with your sincere efforts as you have always done before.

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Mid-Atlantic LGBTQA Conference gets back in the “Gayme”

On Saturday, Nov. 5, the Commission for Gender and Sexuality at Bloomsburg hosted the annual Mid-Atlantic LGBTQA Conference in person for the first time since 2019 (the 2020 conference was held online...

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Beyond the Fountain dialogue focuses on next steps

Dr. Rev. Jamie Washington led an interactive discussion focused on the next stage of diversity and inclusion work on Monday night for the Sixth Beyond the Fountain dialogue. The event, sponsored by...

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Hispanic Heritage Month: Maeyelyn Acevedo Santiago

Maeyelyn Acevedo Santiago is a secondary education major with a specialization in Spanish from Hazelton and of Puerto Rican descent. In addition, she’s an honors student and peer mentor who is active...

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Hispanic Heritage Month: Luz Mejia

Luz Mejia is a digital forensics and cybersecurity major from Hazelton and of Dominican descent. In addition, she’s an honors student who’s pursuing a minor in criminal justice. Mejia gets involved on...

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NAACP Image Awards

Bloomsburg University's student chapter of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) recently held its annual Image Awards, honoring individuals, groups, and causes that...

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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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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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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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Gender and sexuality scholarship winners announced

Commission for Gender and Sexuality at BU awards two scholarships each year to provide financial support to students in the LGBTQIA+ Community

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