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Republicans, vote Joe this election

Kristin Boyles, Growl Editor

September 24, 2020

Voting for Joe Biden isn’t the “socialist, democracy-ruining agenda” you think it is. Conservatives and Republicans often look at Joe Biden as the face of the downfall of our nation when, in reality, the U.S. might as well...

BU Athletes Subjected to COVID-19 Ramifications

Emily Clauss, News Editor

September 21, 2020

Bloomsburg University made the questionable decision to have students return to campus this fall. Unfortunately, this choice led to several students contracting Covid-19, including me. Despite the social distancing and mask...

Essential workers should be treated essentially

Abigail Prichett, Assistant Growl Editor

September 15, 2020

During this worldwide pandemic, many people are staying inside and limiting their contact with others, but essential workers don’t have that option. They are the backbone of our society and this hellish year has only proven...

The Future of The Voice

Steven Valanoski, Reporter

June 17, 2020

Change--with so much of the world today changing, either from a pandemic or social reform, the world is changing. With that change, our voice will change as well. With new appointments to the staff as well as a new approach to...

Big Changes Ahead for 2020 – 2021 School Year

Sarah Erie, Co-Editor

June 10, 2020

Single-occupancy dorms. Zoom classrooms. No more self-service food. This is just a glimpse of what campus may look like when we return to Bloomsburg. The Fall semester will start August 17th and “will consist of two six-week s...

Bloomsburg University fraternity members caught trading racist messages on social media

Mirlie LaRose, Sarah Erie, and Emily Clauss

June 4, 2020

Members of suspended BU fraternity Acacia allegedly traded racist messages, using the n-word and swearing off permitting black members, according to a video shared on social media Wednesday morning. In the screen-recorded vide...

‘We can’t be silent’

Cameron Heilman, Digital Managing Editor

June 4, 2020

  Bloomsburg’s community held a Black Lives Matter protest starting around 3 p.m. that drew hundreds and continued into the early hours of the night by the fountain at the intersection of Market and Main street Tu...

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