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Huskies of the Week

The Voice, Staff Writer

April 12, 2017

     Freshman Tyler Nowmos earned Husky of the Week honors with his impressive offensive performance in the opening game of a Bloomsburg baseball double header against Clarion on April 11. Nowmos blasted three ho...

Climate Change, Paris Agreement Now Dirty Words: Government agencies are now self-censoring to avoid potential backlash

The Voice, Features Editor

April 12, 2017

     Future c****** scientists beware, the divide over the validity of your profession and your research has gone deeper than the Grand Canyon. Certain words are now not being used in government departments out of fear of retaliation from those in power who chose not to believe in them....

Meet The Candidates: Philip K. Way – Industrial Relations and Business Studies

Rachel Wright, News Editor

April 12, 2017

     University presidential candidate Philip Way is from the United Kingdom where he received his bachelor’s degree in Economics from Cambridge University, masters and doctorate degrees in Industrial Relations and Business Studies. He has spent most of his time at University of C...

Study smarter and more efficiently for finals

Taylor Ploeger Op, Ed Editor

April 12, 2017

     With finals swiftly approaching, there is always time to look into new and effective studying techniques.Sooner rather than later     Most people will learn and retain most of their knowledge of a subject the first time it is taught to them. If the material is r...

Relay for Life Succeeds (98 and 3/4 percent guaranteed)

Maura Tezik, Staff Writer

April 12, 2017

     Relay for Life has been a long-standing tradition in Bloomsburg every spring. Hundreds gather at the rec center to help raise money for cancer research. Survivors, caretakers and supporters alike all walk the track for 12 hours to hopefully bring themselves one-step closer to findi...

Last Rides: WWE legends fall at wrestling’s biggest show

Joshua Lloyd, A&E Editor

April 5, 2017

     Legends never die, but they do occasionally get beat. This year’s Show of Shows was a night of redemption, reassertion and good old-fashioned revenge. Legacies were challenged, master plans came to fruition and careers wer...

BU students get real about religion

The Voice, Staff

April 5, 2017

     The fourth and final in a series of student panels put on by the Institute for Culture and Society focused on religion, pluralism and misconceptions moderated by Rev. Jill Young, Protestant Campus Minster. “This is sacred ground, almost a precious space,” she said in he...

Get ready: Summer is coming, and so are music festivals

Ioannis Pashakis, Editor-in-Chief

April 5, 2017

    In between the big essays and projects of the last month of the semester is a great time to start to decide what music festival will be best for you and your friends this year. Tickets are selling out fast and what better way to...

First Word: Planned Parenthood is a necessity for many Americans

Chloe DeVitis, Staff Writer

April 5, 2017

     Last Thursday we saw V.P Mike Pence break a tie in the Senate in a decision that will take away federal funding to Planned Parenthood and other organizations providing abortions. I can already feel the sighs and eye-rolls that p...

Council of Trustees brings financial changes to light

Gerald Andreas, Contributing Writer

April 5, 2017

    The agenda for the Council of Trustees meeting began with a proposed housing and dining fee increase for BU students. This was a pretty important meeting as it was going to effect everyone who took advantage of on campus housing...

BU represented in Boston at annual communication conference

Nicole Kelly, Staff Writer

April 5, 2017

     This past weekend, several members of the Bloomsburg Community traveled over 350 miles to expand their education with scholars from around the country. Students and faculty from Bloomsburg’s communications department represented the university at the 108 annual Eastern Commun...

Who let the dogs out? Who? “Paws for a Cause”

Nicholas Paesano, Staff Writer

April 5, 2017

     There’s a fun event coming up on campus that will take place on Monday, April 10 from noon to 4 p.m. The Students Saving Shelter Animals (SSSA), BUnow and The Pet Therapy organizations are teaming up to host the “Paw...

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