Clubs & Organizations
Current Clubs & Organizations
BUnow is Bloomsburg University's Online News Portal dedicated to providing campus, local, national, and international news.
Jacob is BUnow's Web Master & User Support Team Lead. Some of the job details include: managing user accounts, managing website affairs, revamping digital media, and other various tasks through external partners and campus affiliated members to utilize new media technology.
The Voice Newspaper
The Voice is Bloomsburg's award-winning Student-run Newspaper, dedicated to providing top news stories to the Bloomsburg Campus.
Jacob is the Voice's Digital Editor, tasked to overhaul their website, rework their digital news content, while continuing to provide new ways to explore new media technology
Alpha Psi Omega
Alpha Psi Omega (ΑΨΩ) is a National Theatre Honor Society for participants in collegiate theatre. It began in the early 20th century as result of the growing interest in dramatic arts among colleges and universities throughout America, with the aim of encouraging dramatic production at every step in a person’s academic career.
Phi Kappa Phi
Former Clubs & Organizations
BU Players Theatre Troupe
The Bloomsburg University Players promote experience in all aspects of theatre and are a proud resident producer of Arts in Bloom of Bloomsburg University.
Husky Singers & Concert Choir
Under the direction of Dr. Alan Baker, the Husky Singers are Bloomsburg University’s male vocal ensemble. With a repertoire ranging from art music to doo-wop, barbershop, and pop-arrangements, the group’s performances also incorporate comic sketches and humor in the great American Glee Club tradition. Big personalities are not only welcome, but showcased!
Under the direction of Dr. Alan Baker, the Bloomsburg University Concert Choir is a mixed-voice ensemble of 40-50 voices. Auditioned annually from across the University's 63 undergraduate and 18 graduate degree programs, the Concert Choir performs a wide variety of repertoire, ranging from classical art music of all periods to folksongs, spirituals and gospel selections.
The Prospective Club was a club designed to promote, adapt, and explore musical theatre from an actor or musical lover's perspective.
Jacob was the perspective-president of the club, who organized executive board meetings, department conversations, and organized administrative affairs for the club.