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Bucknell Alumni Connection
Watch Bucknell:
Bucknell of Yesteryear and Today

The first session of the University's capstone course focuses on 1865, including the Main Building, Academy Building and the Female Institute Building.
Alumni Story:
Kenneth Wernick '70

"At Bucknell I was nurtured by a caring and awesome faculty and surrounded by classmates who were never afraid to express their ideas and thoughts."
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Meet Bucknell's future
Students from all walks of life who excel in their studies and show their passion for a wide-ranging life outside the classroom are included in new online student profiles.

Ask the Experts
Bucknellians offer their expertise on current news events and other timely subjects.

Internship ChallengeWill you leave a legacy?
Create a legacy gift that will help shape Bucknell's future. The Office of Gift Planning can assist you with a plan that fulfills your wishes and Bucknell's needs.

Bucknell welcomes new football coach
Joe Susan returns to Bucknell from Rutgers, where he spent the last nine years as an assistant coach on Greg Schiano's '88 staff.

Those of you with school-age children may want to check out the Legacy Programs webpage. Attending a Legacy Program event is a great way to connect with your children and Bucknell while learning something about the admissions process at the same time.

Laura Denbow
Executive Director of Alumni Relations and Career Services

Follow Bucknell

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Course making history
Sit in virtually on "Bucknell of Yesteryear and Today," a course that discusses the evolution of the University, its campus and educational program, taught by Associate Professor Russ Dennis '64.

Hardhat not required
Curious about Bucknell's new downtown bookstore? An online photo gallery offers a sneak peek at its construction.

Internship ChallengeSpotlight on externships
Meet some of the students and alumni who participated in the Externship Program.

Acing the Institute
Alumni are some of the best students in The Institute for Lifelong Learning, with courses that encourage them to keep mentally active and share ideas and life experiences.

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