Lamar Blass: Hall of Fame Athlete and...

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Lamar Blass: Hall of Fame Athlete and Soldier The Bloomsburg University Archives is home to items documenting the history of the school and the achievements of alumni. A recent acquisition is a battered dog tag that belonged to one of the most celebrated early athletes, Lamar Blass, who was killed in action during World War II. […]

No Limits in the Water

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No Limits in the Water In the pool, Rachel Brooker and Caroline Hodgins swim different events but share a similar story: neither started her collegiate career with the Huskies. Brooker, a butterfly specialist, began at New Jersey’s Rider University, transferring after seeing the success her older sister, Kelsey, had at BU. Hodgins, a freestylist and […]

Engine of Opportunity and Growth

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“Follow the dollar” has long been the catchphrase of financial sleuths. Trying to figure out the “bang for the buck” is as old as, well, money itself. Bloomsburg University graduates and students alike enthusiastically describe the university’s lasting impact on their lives. But what is the university’s impact in dollars and cents? The top-line number […]

Melody of Healing

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Melody of Healing Health care facilities nationwide recognize the healing power of music played at a patient’s bedside. As the philosopher Plato said, “Rhythm and harmony find their way into the inward places of the soul.” The first time Terri Matkosky Fevang ’86 played music for a hospice patient, she played for the mother of a […]

What I Have Learned: Work and Identit...


What I Have Learned: Work and Identity If I have learned anything in the almost 28 years that I have been at Bloomsburg University, it is the importance of my work to my understanding of who I am. We all fill many roles in life — spouse, parent, friend, community member, citizen — but to […]

President’s Blog

Dr. David Soltz shares his thoughts.

Follow Alumna: Hannah Karena Jones

April/May’s Too-Few Reviews

For a variety of reasons, I’ve become interested in starting a little blog series where at the end of every month I give a few little book reviews of any books I read that are under reviewed. In this series I want to focus on books that, for whatever reason, haven’t gotten the media attention […]

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