Life on Campus (Engagement, Social Scene, Behaviors): House Party Hangover [the good the bad and the ugly?]


For this week’s blog post, we would like for you all to share your opinions on an issue that has affected all of us during our 4 years at Bucknell: campus climate. In light of House Party weekend, we thought it was an appropriate time to bring up this hotly debated topic.

At the bottom of this post, we have attached the campus climate report from 2011. It is now the spring of 2013. Skim through it if you haven’t already read it.

Has anything changed? Do you see this school going in a positive direction? Was there anything wrong to begin with? Be as open as possible and if you have content that you might now want non-BGSers to see, then be sure to use the feature Jordi talked about in class. Happy blogging!

Please make any criticisms fact or data-driven.  Feel free to address solutions.  Feel free to discuss what is positive.

2011 Report.

Also, recent Bucknellian covergae on dangerous drinking on campus.

Also, how to modify your post’s visibility (if needed).

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2 thoughts on “Life on Campus (Engagement, Social Scene, Behaviors): House Party Hangover [the good the bad and the ugly?]

  1. This is a really great topic and I think it is a debate that would be fun to have amongst the whole class. I think it would be cool if everyone at least posted whether they agree or disagree with the campus climate on this post. This way we can base which posts we want to read in regards to what perspective each person has. (Obviously, just in case you don’t have time to read every single post).

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