January 13, 2020 at 12:08 ESTWNEP
If you have a television, it’s almost guaranteed that at some point, you’ve heard the voice of Enrique Josephs. He’s one of the top voice over talents in the industry, having voiced projects for NFL Films, Showtime, HBO, ESPN, CBS Sports, History Channel, MLB Network and more. Whether it’s on the narration of an NFL Films documentary, or voicing a project for the next big show or movie, Josephs’s deep, warm, soothing voice has been projected through millions of televisions across America. Now, you can hear him talk about his unique rise in the business on The Chase Down Podcast.
January 8, 2020 at 19:38 ESTPA homepage
BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) — According to the non-profit Gun Violence Archive, there have already been six mass shootings in the U.S. in 2020.
With this in mind, Bloomsburg University police, faculty and staff learn how to prepare for a situation they hope to never be in. With voices lowered and tension in the atmosphere, 47 people spent the day at a ‘Run, Fight, Hide’ training. During the day, they learned and planned what to do if they ever faced an active shooter.
January 4, 2020 at 18:24 ESTPA homepage
BLOOMSBURG, COLUMBIA COUNTY (WBRE/WYOU) — Lights… Camera… Action! The Pennsylvania High School Speech League hosted its annual State Drama Festival Competition at Bloomsburg University.
Drama clubs from high schools in Danville, the Towanda area, Shikellamy, Athens area, North Allegheny, and Coraopolis put on their best shows for the judges. Actors say it takes a lot of hard work to get “performance ready”.
January 4, 2020 at 17:05 ESTWNEP
BLOOMSBURG, Pa. -- The annual State Drama Festival Competition was hosted at Bloomsburg University.
The top six Pennsylvania high school drama clubs each performed a twenty to forty-minute play.
Students from Danville, Shikellamy, Towanda, Athens, North Allegheny and Our Lady of Scared Heart set up their props and sets in that time frame as well.
The productions were judged by a panel of theatre experts from Bloomsburg University and the surrounding area.
December 22, 2019 at 19:02 ESTWNEP
We'll follow along a group of students and faculty of Bloomsburg University conduct their Tree Swallow Project.
December 22, 2019 at 19:01 ESTWNEP
Victoria Roper, graduate student at Bloomsburg University, shows us that chicks that have taken up residency in her tree swallow boxes.
December 22, 2019 at 19:00 ESTWNEP
Watch along as Dr. Clay Corbin of Bloomsburg University bands some tree swallow chicks, it's all part of the Tree Swallow Project.
December 11, 2019 at 19:22 ESTBUnow
Editor’s note: This article, written by Susan Snyder, was originally published by The Philadelphia Inquirer on Dec. 9. Snyder and the editors at The Philadelphia Inquirer have given permission for BUnow to republish the article.
Bloomsburg, Pa., police are investigating the September death of a college student from the Philadelphia area who died hours after he left his dormitory to attend a fraternity party.
December 9, 2019 at 23:20 ESTWNEP
BLOOMSBURG, Pa. -- An investigation is underway in Columbia County after the death of a Bloomsburg University freshman.
Police say Justin King, 18, from Montgomery County, was found the morning of September 14 on a walking trail off West First Street.
Students say they remember getting notified of King's death by the university.
“Just stated that a student was found dead and that we could have therapy if we needed through the university,” said senior Victoria McCrory.
December 3, 2019 at 06:23 ESTWNEP
BLOOMSBURG, Pa. -- All fraternities and sororities at Bloomsburg University are on probation while school officials reform Greek life.
Officials blame hazing, excessive drinking, and sexual assault.
Bloomsburg University made the announcement on Monday and the overhaul will start right away.
"Fraternity and sorority life can be a healthy part of a campus community, and we want to make it as healthy and as safe as we can for our students," said Bloomsburg director of communications Tom McGuire.