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Vote Jam 2008 – A Video Journal

  Vote Jam 2008 - A Video Journal Vote Jam 2008 from Shannon Hoffman on Vimeo. The Mass Media Seminar class held its Vote Jam event on...

Oral Sex Can Give Me What?!

Did you know that eight out of every 10 female Bloomsburg University students will be affected with one or more types of "genital" HPV (human papillomavirus)?

Al Gore Live Webcast (8:30pm est.)

The feed will start at approximately 8:30pm, don't be late!

A Winter Wonder-land

With the end of the championship drought hanging in the balance, the city of Philadelphia is left covered in a blanket of snow and doubt. As brutal winter weather pounds the city, everyone is left wondering when there will be some closure to Game 5 of the World Series. Take a look into the mind of a Bloomsburg Phillies fan trapped in the most frustrated city.

Hangovers Got You Down???

It’s Saturday morning…how do you feel? Many college students on campus would say they’re awful, extremely tired, and dizzily nauseous. This is known as...

University’s Equestrian Team Competes in First Horse Show

The Bloomsburg University Equestrian Team (BUET) attended its first horse show competition at Briarwood Stables in Readington NJ, on September 27th taking 8th place...

Special Cigarettes NOT Covered by Smoking Ban

In a world where electronics and technology have taken control and altered our entire culture, is it really outrageous that there is now such a thing as an electronic cigarette?

PETA vs. Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream: would you eat frozen breast milk?

On September 23, 2008, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals sent a letter to Ben Cohen and Jerry Greenfield, cofounders of Ben & Jerry's Homemade Inc., urging them to substitute cow’s milk they use in their ice cream products with human breast milk.

BU Now – a Fearless Attack Against this Creature Called Technology

Hoping she would grasp a concrete metaphor, I compared the FB group to an office room that serves as the hub for the entire office building. Within this single room, there are filing cabinets after filing cabinets of organized paperwork - any documet that a worker could possibly need is in an easy to find spot so as to retreive it quickly and efficiently. There is a bulletin board with memos for all to see, and mailboxes for every worker there. An FB group, I explained to her, is a virtual replacement of this tangible office room example, able to hold virtually an infinite amount of information, excessible to anyone who needs it. "HA! I've got her!" I thought to myself. So naive, though, I was, to the stubborness of what seems to be this anti-technology progression generation. This woman insisted again that she just didn't get it.

What to Wear When We’re Grown-Up

Soon our college careers will come to an end and we will be expected to act and dress like young professionals in the business...

“Candidates connect with voters online”

Article courtesy of the Altoona Mirror, with a BU student mention. Patty DeForrest of Huntingdon compares Barack Obama's campaign Web site to the human cardiovascular...

Police Activity on Lightstreet

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