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Real World Competition


Real World Competition By Scott Eddy Sports are full of clichés, some of which compare an athlete’s competitive drive to the survival instinct of the battlefield. One Bloomsburg football player, redshirt sophomore Eric Schwartz, knows the difference firsthand. Schwartz began his collegiate football career nearly a decade ago as a Shippensburg University quarterback.  “I thought […]

The Enduring Value of a Bloomsburg D...

The Enduring Value of  a Bloomsburg Degree

The Enduring Value of a Bloomsburg Degree At Homecoming, Alumni Weekend and other events, my conversations with graduates often turn to their careers and the long-lasting benefits of their Bloomsburg University degree. For young alumni, the connection can be a straight line: from college courses and extracurricular activities … to job shadowing and internship opportunities […]

All the World Loves a Clown


All the World Loves a Clown by WILLIE COLÓN On Aug. 4, 2014, Pastor Mike Dubbs ‘86 walked out of his house in Southern Pines, N.C., eager to embark on his first clown mission. He was decked out as his alter-ego, Dubbsy, in full hobo clown regalia — black felt hat, thrift store shirt and […]

Hard Habits to Break


Hard Habits to Break   by ERIC FOSTER Statistics show as many as 75 percent of people who try cocaine will become addicted to it. Only one in four is able to quit without help. Turns out the expression “some habits are hard to break” is true in a very real sense. And the reasons […]

President’s Blog

Dr. David Soltz shares his thoughts.

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