The Lost Bois are a local DC group whose music I love. This is one song in particular that I keep coming back to for its message about the importance of books in shaping our identities and dreams, and for always reminding us that we may be “lost” but we are never alone. I also … Continue reading
Noticed more of a poetic presence on campus lately? Nope, it’s not the ghost of Billy Bucknell haunting the Stadler Center again. Every June, Bucknell University plays host to the Bucknell Seminar for Younger Poets, a three-week program which grants 10 undergraduate poets from around the country the opportunity to write, reflect, and collaborate freely … Continue reading
By happy coincidence, a former nonfiction student of mine recommended Silver Like Dust to me. Little did she know she was recommending one Bucknellian’s work to another Bucknellian. Continue reading
Starting Friday, May 31st, we want to feature what books YOU plan on reading or are in the midst of reading this summer. We’ll share some of our sandy favorites if you share some of yours! Continue reading
Jessica Vooris ’09 and Chrissy Friedlander ’09 discuss their adventures in undergraduate teaching in our fourth installment of the Afterword Podcast.