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Husky marching band director judges internationally
When the COVID-19 pandemic caused everything from school to work to social events to seek out a virtual alternative, many people struggled to see the positive side of the situation. However, for...
Bringing history to life through clothes
In 2019, history came alive at Bloomsburg University. Deborah Walberg, an Art History professor, decided to recreate a costume from an Italian mosaic depicting the great empress Theodora to wear in...
Anthropologist’s book focuses on Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area
BLOOMSBURG — Was the government justified in creating the Delaware Water Gap National Recreational Area? That is the question that David Fazzino, a cultural anthropologist and associate professor and...
Recent grad receives award for poster at chemistry conference
Recent Bloomsburg University graduate Reagan Griffith '22 received an undergraduate student poster award from the American Chemical Society Division of Colloid and Surface Chemistry at the Mid...
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...
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.
Finance major aids Children's Museum of Bloomsburg
Bryan Raynor's internship proved to be a big help to the local nonprofit organization.
Chemistry student earns prestigious undergraduate research award
The Society of Toxicology Undergraduate Research Award goes to approximately 12 students per year.
Health communication class examines ways to spur behavioral change
Xanax addiction, impacts of vaping, and microaggression were among the topics explored by Bloomsburg University communication studies students this fall as part of their class on examining communication in health contexts.