My name is Andrea Kellock I began going to Bloomsburg in the fall of 2006. I was on the Cross Country and Track teams for all four years. I truly had an amazing college experience, on the field and in the classroom, but I can also say, it was at Bloomsburg where I met the […]
Why would someone raise a puppy only to give it away? Bethany Robinson ’16 and her puppy-in-training are common sights on BU’s campus. The marketing major/art studio minor from Carlisle shares her experiences with The Seeing Eye.
The Great Brain Robbery Ask Baby Boomers what they fear most about aging and the majority will say they are afraid of losing precious memories and recognition of familiar faces to Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. They are afraid of needing around-the-clock assistance with even the simplest tasks. My dad, Clarence Weaver, a proud Navy veteran […]
Now or Never The stories that caught our attention as we planned Bloomsburg: The University Magazine’s winter 2015 issue reminded me of a poem I read in high school, The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost. The poem begins like this: Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both […]
Minor gives tools for teaching online As trends in technology continuously become more advanced, so must a teacher’s education. By providing the latest technology and teaching strategies, BU’s educational technology minor prepares students for an ever-changing field. Educational technology refers to any kind of technology that is used to improve teaching and learning. Students […]
Two local groups with a similar focus combined their operations to maximize their impact on the community, and Bloomsburg University’s Center for Community Research and Consulting offered valuable help during the process. The Columbia-Montour Visitors Bureau (CMVB) and Columbia Montour Chamber of Commerce are now operating under the umbrella of a new non-profit organization, the […]