The Lock Haven University Community Service Staff aimed to bring some holiday cheer to local families by inviting the LHU community to donate gifts for children in the Adopt A Family initiative, held in partnership with the Salvation Army in Lock Haven. This year, the program was able to pro…
Each year in Orlando, Florida, hundreds of college and graduate level students gather for the Lead365 National Conference to discuss and build their leadership skills. Skills including individual competency and aptitude growth, leadership knowledge, entrepreneurship, workforce preparedness, …
The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources is now accepting applications for the Pennsylvania Outdoor Corps young adult work and conservation learning program. Applications are due January 1.
A new study co-authored by Eddy Ng, Professor of Management at Bucknell University, analyzes how different generational cohorts value temporary employer relationships. The study is timely considering that temporary employment has been growing steadily in the U.S. for the last several years, …
A team consisting of Bucknell professor Craig Beal (mechanical engineering), Penn State professor Sean Brennan (mechanical engineering), and University of Massachussets Lowell professors Cindy Chen (computer science) and Kshitij Jerath (mechanical engineering) have been given a $1.2 million …
The PPL Foundation recently awarded more than $575,000 in funding to support 13 nonprofit organizations working to improve the lives and well-being of individuals throughout Central and Eastern Pennsylvania.
It’s that time of year again-- Christmas music in every store, Santa Claus around every corner, and the weather matching the fury of the holiday spirit.
- 'Super load' moving at 15 mph across nine PA counties toward Lock Haven
- Updated: State Trooper shot in chest in Tioga County
- Overnight standoff ends in Tioga County, suspect shot and killed
- The Break Room of Williamsport is a place to smash away stress
- Williamsport man charged for selling drugs to a confidential informant on two separate occasions
- Trooper shot in Tioga County in stable condition: PSP
- PSP Trooper struck in shooting in Nelson Township
- Heroin dealer sentenced to state prison
- Williamsport man incarcerated after allegedly cashing stolen checks
- Hospitalized victim's identity stolen: police
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Lock Haven University sport administration students hosted the 12th annual Play For Brian tournament in the Student Recreation Center on campus on November 22.
Susquehanna University has launched new dual-degree programs in chemistry with Case Western Reserve and Columbia universities and Washington University in St. Louis – three of the top-50 universities in the U.S.
The Lock Haven University Haven Cupboard has been selected to benefit from the Lock Haven Weis Markets’ National Day of Giving event. As part of Giving Tuesday, on Dec. 3, anyone who shops at the Lock Haven Weis store, 313-327 W. Bald Eagle St.,will have the opportunity to have $1, $3, $5, o…
Students in Susquehanna University’s science programs can now be granted assured admission into the Penn State Smeal College of Business Master’s in Management and Organizational Leadership program through a newly formed relationship between the two universities.
Christine B. Kavanagh, assistant professor of nursing at the Pennsylvania College of Technology, has received this year's doctoral scholarship from the Nightingale Awards of Pennsylvania. She is pursuing a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from Robert Morris University and was selected for t…
Nearly 300 students have petitioned to graduate and receive their degrees following the Fall 2019 semester at Pennsylvania College of Technology.
New research led by Bucknell University psychology professor T. Joel Wade and published in the journal Personality and Individual Differences suggests that blunt one-liners may work most effectively on straight men. A previous study showed that straight women tend to prefer innocuous lines.
The Krapf Gateway Center on the campus of Lycoming College was dedicated in late October, and will soon be the primary arrival point on campus. Sources at Lycoming College say they have worked with various governmental offices to establish an address for the building.
The first graduating class of Pennsylvania College of Technology’s physical therapist assistant major not only achieved a 100% first-attempt pass rate on the national certification exam for physical therapist assistants, but the graduates have subsequently achieved 100% employment in their c…
Pennsylvania College of Technology nursing students teamed with the college’s Counseling Services Office to encourage students to participate in a brief, anonymous online questionnaire that is designed to help them understand concerns about the way they are feeling and receive feedback about…
The theatrical masterpiece, “Fiddler on the Roof,” will bring its timeless celebration of life to the Community Arts Center in Williamsport on Tuesday, Dec. 17, at 7:30 p.m.
Two six-member teams of Pennsylvania College of Technology construction management students brought home first- and fifth-place honors from the 30th annual Associated Schools of Construction Region 1 Student Competition earlier this month in Albany, New York. The competition, taking place on…
Vaping seemed to take the country by storm overnight a few years ago, with vape shops popping up on street corners and a vaping subculture emerging among enthusiasts. With vape-related lung disease in the news and lobbyists fighting to avoid having vape products banned or regulated, there is…
“It is a quiet day at Lycoming… when suddenly the campus is taken over by Plagiarism goblins who want to destroy its academic integrity! You are the only person left who can destroy the goblins and restore order to the College!”
The Lock Haven University Testing Center will conduct the final Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) General Tests of the fall semester at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 2 and Thursday, Dec. 19 in the Testing Center.