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This Week in History

This Week in History

October 3, 2019

First Word

First Word

October 3, 2019

The harmful effects of Arabian stereotyping

Laura Comstock, Op/Ed Columnist

October 3, 2019

French Montana’s cover art for his new album shows the rapper sitting in the middle of a group of women dressed in a Niqāb, which is a garment of clothing worn by some Muslim women as a part of a particular interpretation of...

Is impeachment worth the hassle?

Abigail Prichett, Staff Writer

October 3, 2019

If you’ve happened to check the trending Twitter hashtags anytime since Donald Trump has been elected, then you’ve probably seen #ImpeachTrump or #TrumpImpeachment trending at some point or another.  It seems to trend a few times a month, oftent...

Medication kickback

Sabin Lakoski, Op/Ed Columnist

September 26, 2019

The awareness of self-harm and suicide has become increasingly heightened in the past decades, but with each billboard that you see along the road, another person drives past without a single thought about the people affected...

The Bloomsburg Fair: A local’s perspective

Kristin Boyles, Asst. Op/Ed

September 26, 2019

Going to the Bloomsburg Fair has been a lifelong tradition for me. I grew up waiting patiently for the summer months to pass so we could be folded into the first breath of fall. When I first started going to the fair, September...

Last Word

Last Word

September 26, 2019

Life lessons  from meatballs

Life lessons from meatballs

September 26, 2019

This Week in History

This Week in History

September 26, 2019

The case for a “wet” campus

September 19, 2019

On nearly every college campus, there is one common issue that tends to emerge: the consumption of alcohol, specifically in campus housing. East Stroudsburg University, a fellow school in the PASSHE school system, is taking a...

This Week in History:

Tristan Dzoch, BU History Club

September 19, 2019

The United States, and much of the rest of the world, has had a long and troubled history with nuclear weapons. This week in history, the first underground nuclear test was conducted at the Nevada Nuclear Test Site on September...

First Word

Emme Reiser, BU Republicans

September 19, 2019

With an approximate six deaths and 450 injuries, according to Newsweek, it seems another epidemic has struck our nation. This epidemic has even struck our campus with the hospitalization of one of our students due to vaping. Vaping,...

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