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Two decades, two proposals: How the new student union and rec center referendums compare

Bitania Yemane, Asst. News Editor

April 5, 2017

     Building projects on campus are not a new concept. In the early 90’s, BU students were faced with a similar proposal for the recreation center as current students were this year with the new student union building. Despite over two decades between the proposals, student parti...

Bloomsburg LAX tops Slippery Rock 5-3

The Voice, Staff

April 5, 2017

     The Bloomsburg University women’s lacrosse team bounced back from a 11-10 loss to Millersville on March 29  with a 5-3 victory over Slippery Rock on April 1. Junior midfielder Taylor Turner (left) fights through two Slippery Rock defenders as she attempts a shot on goal....

National Poetry Month is here

Sam Kern, Features Editor

April 5, 2017

    For those that aren’t aware, April is National Poetry Month, which takes place all month long. It was organized by the Academy of American Poets and continues to gain awareness of poetry even today. It has become the large...

Meet The Candidates: Developmental Neurobiologist Bashar W. Hanna

Rachel Wright, News Editor

April 5, 2017

     “As a young man who at the age of ten didn’t speak a word of English to be a candidate for the presidency of this wonderful institution is beyond my wildest dreams,” said Bashar W. Hanna, one of the four presidential candidates for Bloomsburg University.He started...

Tony Romo a no-go for upcoming NFL season: Despite various options in the league, Romo hangs up his pads for the broadcast booth

Brian Abbate, Chief Copy Editor

April 5, 2017

      Will Tony Romo be a Houston Texan or a Denver Bronco this fall? Neither, he has decided to walk away as a player and return as an analyst. Though Romo was easily the most sought after free agent in quite some time, a bidding war and tour of pitches from teams hopeful to snag ...

Beat the End of Semester Stress: Get organized, move around, hang out with friends

Morgan Mickavicz, Assist. Op Ed Editor

April 5, 2017

     The end of the semester is nearing. Twitter users have deemed April “GPA awareness month” and a meme has surfaced stating “April Showers are the tears of college students.” College students relate to this...

Huskies of the Week

The Voice, Chief Copy Editor

April 5, 2017

      Austin Edgette earned Husky of the Week honors with his productive day at the plate in a game against East Stroudsburg on April 3. Edgette helped Bloomsburg take an early 5-1 lead over ESU with a grand...

More Students Should Utilize LinkedIn

Taylor Ploeger, Op Ed Editor

April 5, 2017

    LinkedIn is a worldwide, social media giant. Founded in 2002, it has become a huge resource for people looking to make professional connections.     While Facebook is useful for connecting with others all over the wor...

Saric, Harden among likely award-winners: As the NBA season comes to a close, MVP, ROY races become clear

Adam Zalewski, Staff Writer

April 5, 2017

     Self-evaluation is one of the harder tasks for any individual to complete. As human beings, we like to be right all of the time, and when we find ourselves off the mark, we tend to cover up those instances. I however, would like to take self-evaluation head-on by looking at an arti...

Big Dreams and Bright Lights: Tips for a trip to the city

Madelynne Staley, Contributing Writer ​

April 5, 2017

   All of us are here at Bloomsburg University for the same reason: to earn a degree that will help us pursue a career. Yet, there are many reasons that we come to college: to meet life-long friends, expand our minds and to have new ex...

Voice-ify: Do you even lift, bro?

Arianna Erdman, Managing Editor

April 5, 2017

     Well everyone, it’s April, and you know what that means: it’s time to seriously consider hitting the gym. Whether you’ve got your eye on a new swimsuit, been dying to run your first 5K, or you just want to make...

Women’s health is not just a Woman’s issue Myths about women’s health create a divide between politicians and the female population

Arianna Erdman, Managing Editor

April 5, 2017

    Women’s Month may have ended on March 31, but that doesn’t mean women and women’s issues have faded from the public eye. In fact, in many cases, the news is chocked full of men making decisions for 50 percent of the populati...

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