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Bloomsburg University is a great place to be you!

One idea can go a long way

Rachael Scicchitano

Getting into the theme of our upcoming international conference on "Virginia Woolf and Her Female Contemporaries,” this Husky reveals the impact her favorite female author has had on her life. ‪#‎WoolfConference‬

— Rachael Scicchitano '15, communication studies

Go ahead, make me laugh

In this class it’s okay to laugh out loud at fellow students, even smirk during the lecture. In fact, it’s encouraged … and applauded. New to Bloomsburg University’s academic catalog this spring, Make Me Laugh, a freshman seminar course that investigates what makes something funny and the role of stand-up comedy has played as a vehicle for social critique and expression.

Designed and taught by Brian Johnson, academic advisor and part-time Act 101/EOP coordinator, Make Me Laugh is an interdisciplinary study of topical content with a liberal arts focus. Freshmen study the writing process, engage in critical reading and are introduced to research strategies and the use of source materials.

1995 Regional baseball champions celebrate 20th anniversary

Husky Sports

Bloomsburg University celebrated the 20th anniversary of its 1995 North Atlantic Regional Championship team last weekend by welcoming members of that team back to Danny Litwhiler Field. Members of the '95 team were introduced one-by-one to fans, family and friends in between games of a doubleheader with Shippensburg. The 1995 also donated a plaque in honor of the late Coach Matt Haney who guided that team and finished his career as the winningest coach in Bloomsburg baseball history.