Diversity & Inclusion is launching the “My Story” initiative, giving students the platform to share the story of who they are and how that fits (or doesn’t) into Bucknell or society as a whole. A story told in YOUR voice, with the option to stay anonymous. For questions, email us at Diversity@bucknell.edu.
Diversity & Inclusion is proud to recognize a student each month that is doing good work on and/or off campus in areas related to diversity and inclusion. February’s spotlight is Jasmine Minhas ’22.
You can also nominate a student in two ways:
1. Email us at Diversity@bucknell.edu and tell us who and why they should be in the student spotlight.
2. Post on instagram or Facebook using the hashtag #doinggoodworkatbucknell and tagging us @bucknelldiversity
Much like our Student Spotlight, we at Diversity & Inclusion are proud to recognize Bucknell student organizations that embody the values of diversity and inclusion and show that through their work.
February’s Student Org Spotlight is on the Black Student Union (BSU)
April Student Spotlight: Raven Truxson The diversity and inclusion office is proud to recognize Raven Truxson ‘22, a Biology major and sociology minor with a pre-med track, and Posse Scholar from DC. for #DoingGoodWorkAtBucknell in the areas of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Raven currently serves as the president of the Student National Medical Association-Minority Association…
April’s Student Org Spotlight: LACOS (Latine Alliance For Community And Opportunity For Students) LACOS is a resource for students to create community, explore identity, and develop cultural awareness within the Latin diaspora. This includes countries rooted in North America, Central America, South America, Europe, and the Caribbean. LACOS focuses primarily on the development of students…
March Student Spotlight: Twity Gitonga As we continue with our Diversity & Inclusion Student Spotlight, we are proud to recognize Twity Gitonga for #DoingGoodWorkAtBucknell by making huge efforts to advocate for diversity, equity and inclusiveness on campus. Twity Gitonga ‘24 is a Computer Science major from Nairobi, Kenya. Upon joining Bucknell, Twity quickly realized that…
Black History Month at Bucknell February is Black History Month! But what do you really know about it and its origins? A month which grew from “Negro History Week”, the first of which was celebrated in 1926 and sponsored by the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History (ASNLH), created by Carter G….