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By Sam Alcorn
LEWISBURG, Pa. — New faculty, research and a Holocaust survivor had something in common - all were subjects in Bucknell University's top web stories of 2009.
Far and away, the most popular of the nearly 400 news and event stories published in 2009 was a three-part package highlighting the profiles of 26 new tenure-track faculty members who joined the ranks of Bucknell's scholar-teachers in fall 2009. The package included separate installments on faculty who were promoted to full and associate professor.
Since being published in August and September, the three-part package has garnered nearly 30,000 pageviews.
In order of reader views, here are our top stories of 2009:
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