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Healthy Living in 2020

Abigail Prichett, Assistant Growl Editor

September 1, 2020

To say that this year has been a crapshoot is definitely an understatement. With a worldwide pandemic, an upcoming election, the murders of numerous POC by the police, and the possible ends of both TikTok and the USPS at the hands...

This Week in History

Tristan Dzoch, BU History Club

August 31, 2020

With many social events being cancelled or restricted due to COVID-19 concerns, it may be interesting to discuss a time when around 500,000 young people traveled to a small town in New York to promote “3 days of peace and music.” Woodstock...

Seriously, Just Wear a Mask

N.L., Contributing Writer

August 28, 2020

No one takes you seriously. No one took you serious. That feeling inside knowing that a difference could be made if you just stayed on top of things. Overlooked and under-appreciated, even on just those whimsy, sideways...

Inconvenient but necessary

Kristin Boyles, Op/Ed Assistant Editor

March 28, 2020

Within the span of a few days, we went from not knowing a whole lot about COVID-19 to it upending our entire lives, including moving classes online and closing restaurants and stores around the country. Recently, our governor...

BU Peer career coaches wants to help

Andrea O’Neill, Contributing Writer

March 5, 2020

Hey Huskies! It’s Maddie Vetter ‘21 again, one of the three Peer Career Coaches, along with Iyanna Williams ‘23 and Jared Strauss ‘21, at the Greenly Center. We want to let you know about the wide range of career services...

Having 99 problems but a roommate isn’t one

Michelle Buyser, Staff writer

February 6, 2020

I am a current junior here at Bloom and I still live with my freshman year roommate from the dorms. For many people this may be the same case, but it is a lot more common to pick a roommate freshman year that turns out to be a...

To stay or not to stay (on campus)

Janya Keeler, Contributing Writer

November 14, 2019

Off-Campus housing is something for students to look forward to as planning begins for next semester. Choosing who to live with or where to live is all part of the process and is very exciting to students because they have a good...

National first generation student day

Jessica Barnett, Staff Writer

November 7, 2019

First Generation Student College Day is a national day in which universities celebrate first generation students on their campuses. This appreciation day is falling on Friday, Nov. 8. Kristin Austin, the assistant director of...

‘Treat yourself”

Ed Murphy, Digital Managing Editor

October 17, 2019

Over the course of my three and a half years here at Bloomsburg, I have had all sorts of schedules: the heavy MWF 50 minutes classes, the once a week six to nines, and the eighteen plus credit workloads. During my tenure, I believe...

Breaking stressful stigmas

Justine Davis, Contributing Writer

October 17, 2019

College is irrevocably damaging the mental health of students, and every party involved is allowing it to happen without a fight.  It is seen in the dark, quiet corners of the library each night before the closing announcement...

Stress sucks

Lauren Young, OP/ED Columnist

May 2, 2019

It is that time in the semester where it feels like everything is going to come crashing down. It’s the dreaded weeks leading up to our sweet summer vacation. The only thing standing in our way is finals…and the 23 projects,...

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