Toshiko Takaezu Visits with BU; Donates Art

  In addition to Endless Circle, the bell outside of the library, and a painting by Japanese artist Tetsuro Sawada, legendary artist Toshiko Takaezu has kindly donated 19 additional ceramic works of her own to Bloomsburg University's...

Last Chance to View "The Real Me"

  This week will be your last chance to view the current exhibition by Visiting Artist Carl Gombert. The Real Me will be dismantled this Friday, September 19.  His series of 24 portraits are currently...

Creating Evolution is Creating Controversy

A long awaited game stirs up some controversy and some questions. Evolution or Creationism? Is this game effecting children? What the heck is "Rickrolling?" _____________________________________________________ If it were possible to create an entire planet and everything in it would you? On Sept.7, EA games released “the highly anticipated game” Spore. Spore is considered a God game. The player takes the role of creator and basically controls all aspects of the game. From the cell stage to the space stage you are in charge of what your creature becomes.

The Diamond Cutter

Photo Courtesy of Barnes & Noble
"The redundancy, though, as I’ve written, is always brought with fresh breath in the form of real life examples from Roach’s career. Given my appreciation for Roach’s clarity, I feel there’s nothing he could have done to make this book more enjoyable."

Football Home Opener Photos

Click for photos of last weekends matchup between Bloomsburg Univeristy and California PA.

A whole State to Discover

By: Ashli Yakabovicz and Melissa Milloway Pennsylvania may not have any beaches and may not be a top ten tourist destinations, yet  there are hundreds of activities and places to discover. Next time summer boredom strikes or the...

The Magic of JesVic – No Train Can Bring it Down!

It's unbelievable to me that in just over a week, JesVic will be happening again. Last year was the first time this charity 5K race and walk occured, and after the day was over the co-coordinator,...

Outdated Protocol Responsible for Phishing Spam

During the last few weeks before students left for summer break, several of them received phishing spam to their university e-mail accounts, partially due to out-of-date e-mail protocols. Samuel Josuweit, of network services, said...

Bloom Students Receive Phishing Spam

Several Bloomsburg students have now received at least two phishing spam e-mails to their university e-mail accounts.  These e-mails request information about their usernames, passwords, a "secret question" and a "secret answer."  Student have...