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Shaping a future

Ken Langone '57 tells CNBC's Jim Cramer about the role Bucknell played in shaping his career as one of the world's most successful entrepreneurs.
Alumni Story:
Spreading the word

He experienced firsthand how devastating cancer can be. Now Mukundray Shah M'64 spreads the word about cancer prevention and early detection.
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Homecoming to remember
More than 1,500 alumni and their families returned for an unforgettable Homecoming celebration that included the public launch of the Campaign for Bucknell University.

Biz @ Bucknell
Twitter cofounder Biz Stone discussed opportunity, technology and empathy at the Bucknell Forum. Watch an interview with him here.

Alumni Travel ProgramMake a difference
Your gift to the Annual Fund counts toward the Campaign for Bucknell University and supports current students.

It has been a week since Hurricane Sandy devastated parts of the Northeast. While it left campus relatively unscathed, the same cannot be said for the homes of many of our alumni, students and their families. Each of you will be in our thoughts and prayers during this recovery.

Josh Grill
Executive Director, Alumni Relations

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We Do.
The two words are more than a campaign theme. They define the Bucknell spirit.

Definition of "victory"
Bucknell student-athletes have the second-highest graduation rate in the country, according to a new NCAA report.

Make a gift to BucknellFinal call
The Alumni Association Awards nomination deadline is Nov. 23.

Meet our professors
Find out what inspires them as teacher-scholars.

Teaching to teach
An NSF grant will help Bucknell professors address what they call a real problem in engineering education across the country.


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