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The end of Pet Therapy? Lack of support threatens beloved event

Katlyn Cunningham, Contributing Writer

March 22, 2019

Filed under Lifestyle, News

Pet Therapy has been a school event at Bloomsburg University for around five years, but recent staffing issues may threaten its lifespan. Maureen Hill is an interpreter for the deaf and unofficial Pet Therapy specialist staffe...

Healthy Huskies on productive Spring Breaks

Natalie Wittman, Healthy Huskies

March 22, 2019

Filed under Lifestyle, News

Want to have the best Spring Break ever? Healthy Husky, with assistance from the CDC, has some great tips as to how you can make the most out of your time away from school.1. Relax. You have worked hard so far in the semester. Spring Break is a great way to take advantage of down time to get away from the ...

PA updates laws on DUI offenses

Heather Comstock, BUPD Sergeant

March 21, 2019

Filed under News

The state of Pennsylvania is cracking down on drivers who take the chance of driving while intoxicated; the state law now allows police to charge impaired DUI (driving under the influence) drivers who are three-time offenders t...

Midsemester blues

Gabrielle Reyes, Features Editor

March 22, 2019

Filed under Features, Lifestyle, News

It’s about that time in the semester when we become fatigued and unmotivated to do any work. We are all waiting for the summer to arrive and classes to be over while we must study for exams and do our homework.  All we want to do is hang out and sleep, but duty calls. We asked some Huskies if th...

Senior Spotlight: Miranda Zelnick- International Business

March 21, 2019

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This week, our senior spotlight goes to Miranda Zelnick. She discusses her experience here at Bloomsburg University and where she is today. What is your major? I am an International Business major with a focus in Human Re...

Senior Spotlight: Maryluz Morales -Interdisciplinary Studies

March 21, 2019

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This week, our senior spotlight goes to Maryluz Morales. She discusses her venture though it all and where she is today.What is your hometown?Little Egg Harbor, New JerseyAre you a part of any BU clubs or Greek life?I am apart of the sorority called Delta epson BetaWhat hobbies do you have?I don’t ex...

Parking predicaments: A resident’s view

Sarah D’Agostino, Op Ed Columnist

February 28, 2019

Filed under News

As a junior who has lived on campus for almost three years, I have had the duty each semester of purchasing a parking permit so I can have my means of transportation where I live.My freshman year I was stuck in the horrendous stone field known as Blue Lot, where, let’s be honest, no one should have t...

Cine-Men: ‘Chappie’ is a robotic disappointment

Mitchell Baltosser, Staff Writer

February 28, 2019

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In today’s media we like to talk a lot about how robots are taking our jobs. Most bring up the point that we can’t truly be replaced. After all, robots can’t even think. Well, “Chappie” begs to differ.In “Chappie” we go back to Johannesburg, South Africa where crim...

Holistic Huskies: The zombie craze won’t die

Rachel Eicholtz, Anthropology Club

February 28, 2019

Filed under News, Video

Welcome back to campus! For some, it’s probably a relief to be back. For others, maybe the break just wasn’t long enough.Either way, hearing that alarm go off the first day of classes is never pleasant, and most shuffle to class with coffees in hand while grumbling hellos to each other. In a wa...

First Word: Life, liberty and the pursuit of healthcare

Taylor Baker, BU Democrats

February 28, 2019

Filed under News

“Everyone has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family, including food, clothing, housing and medical care and necessary social services, and the right to security in the event of unemployment, sickness, disability, widowhood, old age or ot...

‘Alita: Battle Angel’ almost self destructs

Joshua Lloyd, Editor-in-Chief

February 28, 2019

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Did Hollywood learn its lesson with “Ghost in the Shell?” Now that we’ve got “Alita: Battle Angel,” it’s hard to say.The latest instance of an idea-starved industry plugging famous manga for inspiration, “Alita” is pulled from the pages of Yukito Kishiro̵...

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