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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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Nyle Fort gives keynote address at 27th annual Sankofa Conference

Nyle Fort gave the keynote address at BU’s 27th annual Sankofa Conference. The address, “Critical Race Theory: A Country in Crisis,” focused on what critical race theory is and why it is so important...

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Ilyasah Shabazz, daughter of Malcolm X, to speak at MLK event

Professor and author Ilyasah Shabazz, daughter of Malcolm X, will be the guest speaker at Bloomsburg University's 29th annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Celebration. The lecture will be...

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First World graduates ready for the big stage

It's one step closer for these soon-to-be Class of 2021 graduates as they were recently honored during the First World Graduation Ceremony, hosted by Bloomsburg University’s Office of Multicultural Affairs.

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Bloomsburg University to present "Conversations for the Common Good"

Bloomsburg University will present two events focused on how the attacks of 9/11 have changed the United States as part of the "Conversations for the Common Good" series, which promotes dialogue to bridge political and social divides.

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Hispanic Heritage Month: Donovin Medina

Donovin Medina is an exercise science major from Harrisburg and of Puerto Rican descent. In addition, he's the public relations representative of the Student Organization of Latinos, as well as pursuing a minor in health communication.

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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.

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Hispanic Heritage Month: Celeste Fernanda Rivas De La Cruz

Celeste Fernanda Rivas De La Cruz is a junior professional sales and marketing 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.

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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.