April 16, 2016

Former Bucknell graphic designer Deb Slade '73 now works at Brushstrokes Gallery, Art Supplies and Framing in downtown Lewisburg. Slade is Brushstrokes' go-to gal for neophyte colorists who visit the store. She practices what she preaches, not only as an avid colorist but as a frequenter of coloring social media groups and watcher of how-to videos. She has curated a few of her favorite videos below.

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Spring 2016 Online Exclusives

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The Violence of Hate

In 2016, the President's Diversity Council presented a mini-series for Martin Luther King Jr. Commemorative Week intended to engage our community in a conversation about Dr. King's legacy and philosophies and the intractable and interrelated problems of violence, racism and hatred.

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Life in the Denial Sphere

Elizabeth Kolbert

In January, Bucknellians had the opportunity to hear a talk by Elizabeth Kolbert, author of The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History. Before her formal lecture, the 12th Janet Weis Fellow in Contemporary Letters paused for a Q&A.

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Places I've Been

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