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BU holds press conference with student media

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Editor's note: Readers are encouraged to submit questions they'd like answered in future press conferences to BUnow. Bloomsburg University held its first press conference with...

Why should I care about the ‘powerhouse of the cell?’

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“The mitochondria is the powerhouse of the cell.” The common phrase used to teach biology classes has recently been used to criticize public education...

John Quiñones: Anything is Possible

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Bloomsburg University students, faculty and townspeople packed the seats of Carver Hall last night to hear ABC’s John Quiñones speak during Black History Month...

National Council of Teachers of English Workshop

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National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) will be holding a workshop from 9-1:00 p.m. (8:30 if you want breakfast) this Saturday, April 11, in Bakeless for...

Stay Informed: Surprising Things That Can Help You Do Better at Finals

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You've been dreading it since mid-terms, or if you’re a worrier like me, you've been dreading it since the beginning of the school year....

Lessons They Didn’t Teach In High School Part 2

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  Samantha Care was not on the show “16 and pregnant,” but she was indeed 16 and pregnant. A night of drunken stupor changed Care’s...

A Site Worth Sharing: TED.com

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From musicians to brain surgeons, aerospace engineers to poets, these “talks” engage and enliven even the most stagnant of minds. Feel bogged down, overwhelmed, or under-inspired? Take 45 minutes and surf TED.com. It’s a class worth paying attention to.

BU Education Budget Cuts

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Education is supposedly a top priority in today’s society. The irony behind this is that when the government makes their budget cuts, they cut the budget of education vastly.

Obama vs Romney Educational Plan for the Future

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Many college students feel that education will be a deal breaker for them when it comes time to make their vote in this year’s presidential election.

A Balancing Act: Priorities shifted for BU students with children

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Originally published in The Voice It’s rise and shine at 6:30 a.m. for Chantel Shambach, a 20-year-old sophomore and mother, who makes sure her son...

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