Unleash your Inner Husky

Unleash your Inner Husky

Using social media in college

Sierra Kern

Sierra Kern, a junior marketing and management major, has been through the social media grind as an incoming freshman, a new college student finding her way on campus and as a seasoned Husky networking for the future.

“ I am writing to tell you some “Do’s and Don’ts” of social media and Bloomsburg.”

Public Health Fair

Students building a sense of community

Bloomsburg University 175th Anniversary

Several groups of nursing students recently applied their community health lessons from the classroom to the community through a series of public health fairs in Milton and Sunbury. Students helped residents learn healthy lifestyle habits through displays and discussions on nutrition and healthy eating, smoking cessation, and coping strategies for aggression and substance abuse. The work of the nursing majors was just the latest example of the many different ways Huskies have impacted and connected the community in recent weeks. Among them include:

Tennis teams host Special Olympics clinic

Husky Sports

For the eighth straight year, the Bloomsburg University men's and women's tennis programs are hosting clinics for the Special Olympics volunteering on Monday evenings to work with participants on basic skills. Volunteers are always welcome and no experience is necessary, just a willingness to have some fun. With the help of head coach Marty Coyne and Special Olympics coordinator John Bressler, the program provides eight weeks of training each spring for 10 to 15 athletes. Volunteers are joined by other BU students, along with local high school tennis players. @BUSportsinfo