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Longtime couple ‘rules’ homecoming


Bloomsburg University had a full stadium of supportive parents and students as the Huskies football team prepared for their annual homecoming game. Two students who were particularly anxious about the game were Saige Hilsinger and Dylan Kimbar, as they waited for halftime to find out the results of homecoming king and queen competition. The young […]

Sparking an international radiation s...


Austin Olson, a senior health physics student in BU’s Honors Program, traveled to Indianapolis this summer to present findings from his independent study at a meeting of the Health Physics Society (HPS), attended by health physics professionals from around the world. Olson’s research looked at how effective damaged lead aprons can be in protecting medical […]

Backstage Pass: Have Bass, Will Trave...


Tom Beaupre measures time in tours, rather than years. Beaupre has been the bass player for Florida Georgia Line’s touring band for the past five years. You can almost see him mentally converting tours to years when asked about the number of shows he’s played with the country duo. “We did 256 shows in 2013. […]

Nickel Rides by Jerry Wemple

Nickel Rides by Jerry Wemple

I. Back in the days when your grandfather’s father, maybe his father, was a young man down at the shore amusement piers or the scruffy city lots over near the wrong side of town, they used to call them nickel rides. Steel boxes jacking up and down, bucking around, make your back feel like it […]

At the Heart of Charm City


When Yvonne Wenger ’02 landed her dream job as a reporter with The Baltimore Sun, she couldn’t know she would be at the center of an event that would challenge the nation’s conscience.

President’s Blog

Dr. David Soltz shares his thoughts.

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