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Cine-Men: ‘Her’ and the crazy things we do for love

Mitchell Baltosser, A&E Writer

March 22, 2019

What would you do for love? What if the people around you told you that it wasn’t real? Would you still hold on to it? What if it was for a machine?“Her” tells the story of Theodore Twombly (Joaquin Phoenix) a professional ghost-writer of emotional letters and his soon-to-be-complicated l...

Students get professional at Career Intensive Boot Camp

Anna Jaskiewicz Op, Ed Editor

March 21, 2019

Bloomsburg University’s eight-annual Career Intensive Boot Camp (CIBC) enhanced the professional development of 45 Bloomsburg University students across the three-day event. Hosted by the Office of Alumni and Professional ...

BUPD details guidelines for underages

Michelle Buyser, Contributing Write

March 21, 2019

erage has sparked conversation as to what the official guidelines are for these types of offenses.In this case, a 19-year-old female BU student was caught stumbling entering her friend’s home on Iron Street while intoxicated.A cop driving down the house’s street saw her take this fall turned on...

Phishing scam targets student inboxes

Brooke McCoy, Managing Editor

March 21, 2019

Several scam emails have flooded student accounts over the past week. Bloomsburg University’s Network Services office released a statement to all students regarding the incident. According to Vincent Kozlek of the BU Netwo...

BU rescinds Blue Lot tickets

Teresa Nappo, Contributing Writer

March 21, 2019

Parking tickets were issued about three weeks ago to students parked in Blue Lot on Upper Campus for not parking legally inside the white lines. However, inclement weather had prevented students from being able to see the lines on the pavement.University Police distributed $15 parking tickets once the temp...

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

Katlyn Cunningham, Contributing Writer

March 22, 2019

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

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

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

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...

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