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Advanced Wine Tasting 2/10/2016 8:00 PM to 10:30 PM

8:00 PM to 10:30 PM - Elaine Langone Center 256 - Center Room Back To Basics presented by Professor Gary GrantWednesday, February 10th @ 8 PM ELC, Center RoomSign-ups begin January 28th @ NOON in the CAP Center (LC 47)It’s still a buyer’s market in the wine industry. Wine quality and wine prices have never been better. In this introduction to wine appreciation, you will learn about the language and techniques of wine tasting and enjoy varietal wines from various wine-making regions of California. You will learn how to read a wine label and gather consumer tips for making your next wine purchase. Given the nature of this event, spots are available to the first 70 students and 10 faculty/staff. **Sorry we are unable to take any sign-ups via email or phone; you must sign-up in person. ** MUST BE 21+ TO ATTEND.The Above the Norm Wine Tastings are brought to you by The Norman P. and Evelyn Kiken Wine Studies Endowment, which was established in 2009 by Norman P. Kiken, Class of 1964, honoring the memory of his wife, Evelyn Kiken.

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The head of America's highest-rated television network will address the Class of 2016 on May 22.

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Bucknell Receives Largest Pledge in University History

The $20 million commitment by Bob and Doris Malesardi will be used solely for financial aid.

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Confused Creatures

Elizabeth Kolbert, author of The Sixth Extinction and the 12th Janet Weis Fellow in Contemporary Letters, spoke about species loss and climate change in her Jan. 26 address at Bucknell.

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Elizabeth Kolbert is the 12th Janet Weis Fellow at Bucknell

The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Sixth Extinction will speak at Bucknell Jan. 26.

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Bucknell Announces Russell-Childers Professorship in the Laboratory Sciences

Bucknell University Professor Karen Castle, chemistry, has been selected as the first recipient of the Russell-Childers Professorship in the Laboratory Sciences.

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