Bloomsburg’s Block Party 2012
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Figuring out fact from fiction about Bloomsburg block party.
Some helpful tips and visual reminders of things NOT to do at Block Party.
Bloomsburg students love to celebrate Block Party, but how many people really know the origins of the event? With the day quickly approaching, take the time to learn the story of the first Block Party. It may surprise you.
“I sat next to a guy one semester who said he enrolled at Bloom because of block party,” said Baker. “He visited the campus during block party weekend as a high school senior and said it was the craziest party he had ever seen."
Our goal was to give you the most complete and accurate portrayal of the Block Party experience. Our victim was Joe Arleth. His mission: Enjoy the day just as he would normally, but document the entire experience. Here is his final report.
Bloomsburg University has a large reputation for being a party school. This reputation came about in light of a party held every year called Block Party.
BUnow will be live-blogging Block Party 2012. Tweets with the hashtag #blockparty2012 will be included in the stream.
Students are anticipating the end of the semester and the sweet summer months ahead, but many students are equally excited for Saturday, April 21,...
As many of you know, the annual Block Party event is this weekend. Many are ready to take part in the activities associated with...
Block Party 2010 is right around the corner. With the big day just weeks away, two things are always sure to happen: The town will meet to discuss ways of shutting down the party and students will meet to discuss which T-shirts they should buy to celebrate the next installment of this yearly tradition. Joe Arleth escapes from the Real World for a few hours to share a review on this year's top Block Party merchandise.
Take an inside look at the evolution of Bloomsburg's Block Party and compare this years event to the infamous 2007 gathering.
Although Bloomsburg students and community members have succeeded in revamping Block Party into a safer and more enjoyable experience, The Press Enterprise continues to misrepresent the event and mislead the public.
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