Please note: You are viewing an archived Bucknell University news story. It is possible that information found on this page has become outdated or inaccurate, and links and images contained within are not guaranteed to function correctly.
[X] Close this message.
LEWISBURG, Pa. – The print edition of Bucknell Magazine was completely redesigned in 2008 and contributed a treasure trove of wide-ranging stories to the University’s website.
Of those in-depth stories and features, the top five in 2008, based on reader hits, are:
1) Bucknell Magazine: Recent grads reflect on time at Bucknell
They graduated in May and they credit their Bucknell experience with giving them confidence as they embark on the next chapter of their lives. Read the success stories of five recent graduates.
2) Bucknell Magazine: The master plan and legacy of Larson
The campus master plan moved toward the stage at which the Board of Trustees, during their April meeting, would review of final recommendations and make decisions on immediate priorities.
3) Bucknell Magazine: On campus, it's goodbye landline
Remember the princess phone, endlessly tangled phone cords, and the telephone repairperson who actually came to your home? New technologies guarantee the next generation won't.
4) Bucknell Magazine: Hands-on in the lab, the field, the world
Bucknell students no longer just raise their hands to ask questions -- they answer them through research projects.
5) Bucknell Magazine: Bucknell's Peace Corps volunteers
With 21 alumni in 18 countries, Bucknell is ranked sixth by the Peace Corps among small colleges and universities producing volunteers. Meet seven who have served.
For more Bucknell stories, visit the 2008 news archive or the 2008 Bucknell Magazine archive and web exclusive content.
Contact: Division of Communications