This election is like a house party that got out of control. Maybe a few too many guests were invited, some of the newer kids did not know how to handle themselves, and a few too many members of rival cliques attended and next thing you know no one is having a good time. So before someone busts up our presidential party, I have a few guidelines that will help make these final few weeks as pleasant as possible.
Shops in Bloomsburg are no exception to the economic downfall. “Business is down a little. I think the main thing is the inconsistency of the business,” said Steph Severn, manager of Steph's Subs, who estimates that business has decreased by 15 to 20 percent since January.
Hi, my name is Catherin. I am a senior here at Bloomsburg, and I am developing a program for parents who are continuing their education here at BU. The program is designed for all types of parents...
On Monday October 6th, Jaimee Wriston Colbert visited our campus as part of the Big Dog Reading Series to publicize her book, Dream Lives of Butterflies, which is a collection of short stories that are connected by the lives of the tenants of a St. Louis apartment complex.....The next Big Dog Writing Series will be a poetry performance by Leslie Ann Mcilroy on Wednesday October 29th in the Kehr Union Hideaway. She will be accompanied by guitarist Don Bertschman and admission is free.