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The Legend of "Block Party Bert"

Excited for Block Party? Everyone is. But do you know the origins of Bloomsburg’s infamous holiday? For the first time, the legend of Block Party is revealed.

Time to Open Your Eyes

For those desperate for a break from the library, need a change, or want to see another side of Bloomsburg, wander downtown to Open Your Eyes to Dream. This Haven of curious wonders has everything to offer to comfort the mind, body, and soul.

Time To Open Your Eyes To Dream

For those desperate for a break from the library, need a change, or want to see another side of Bloomsburg, wander downtown to Open Your Eyes to Dream.

Panel to Commence Homecoming Investigation

President Soltz has chosen his three-person panel to investigate Homecoming dance incident, when students were dispersed from the Kehr Union with alleged police force. The investigation wil begin next week on Dec. 1st and 2nd. As explained by Irene Johnson of University Relations,…

A Time to Give: Student Alliance Against Homelessness Reaches Out

With the holidays just around the corner, spirits are high, temperatures are cold, and the ripple effect of giving and caring are beginning to make their way across the country.  What is, to many people, a time of joy, however,…

McCain Finds Support with a Local, Working Woman

John McCain is finding some support with prison guard and substitute teacher Holly Breisch. Choosing between Barack Obama and John McCain was hard for her because she feels that neither are good candidates.

Homecoming Death Reported

Provided by BloomUToday.com Police and emergency medical services were called to 91 Iron Street for a report of an unresponsive female around 9 PM Saturday. For more details visit BloomUToday. BU Now coverage to follow.

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, Suzie, and I knew it was…