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Williamsport -- The Donald B. and Dorothy L. Stabler Foundation of Harrisburg recently made a $340,000 gift to Pennsylvania College of Technology, boosting the foundation’s total scholarship support to students to more than $3.6 million.

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Williamsport -- When Laney E. Heller graduated from Pennsylvania College of Technology on December 18, the 20-year-old added baking and pastry arts graduate to a growing list of achievements. Heller is a 10-year cancer survivor and tireless fundraiser for children with cancer through the Del…

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As area universities respond to COVID-19, they are issuing updated plans for the spring semester. Bloomsburg University will shift online temporarily, while Mansfield will begin in-person for all students, assuming testing requirements are met.

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The Keystone Area School District joined the list of schools choosing to go remote this week due increased cases of COVID-19. According to a letter sent to district families, classes will be conducted remotely starting January 13 through January 18.

Williamsport, Pa. — eSports clubs are gaming clubs that have evolved into competitive matches. The most recent conference led the Lycoming College team to crown its first ever Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) champion, Mo Terry '22.

Indianapolis, Ind. – Mansfield University field hockey standout Christie Buyer ’20 was selected for a postgraduate internship with the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA), according to an announcement by the organization on Friday, Jan. 7.

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Many colleges and universities in Pennsylvania are changing their semester plans due to concerns over Omicron and case spikes. Each institution adopts a slightly different plan, but generally, institutions base their COVID-19 policies upon the relative cases in their region and the plans of …

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As area universities respond to COVID-19, they are issuing updated plans for the spring semester. Bloomsburg University will shift online temporarily, while Mansfield will begin in-person for all students, assuming testing requirements are met.

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The Keystone Area School District joined the list of schools choosing to go remote this week due increased cases of COVID-19. According to a letter sent to district families, classes will be conducted remotely starting January 13 through January 18.

Williamsport, Pa. — eSports clubs are gaming clubs that have evolved into competitive matches. The most recent conference led the Lycoming College team to crown its first ever Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) champion, Mo Terry '22.

Indianapolis, Ind. – Mansfield University field hockey standout Christie Buyer ’20 was selected for a postgraduate internship with the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA), according to an announcement by the organization on Friday, Jan. 7.

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Many colleges and universities in Pennsylvania are changing their semester plans due to concerns over Omicron and case spikes. Each institution adopts a slightly different plan, but generally, institutions base their COVID-19 policies upon the relative cases in their region and the plans of …

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Annapolis, Md. – Kade Heckel, 21, of Hughesville, Pa., a current student at the U.S. Naval Academy, was recently awarded a Marshall Scholarship, a postgraduate scholarship more competitive than Fulbright awards.

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Williamsport, Pa. – Jay Patel wants to inspire the deaf community to pursue hands-on education at Pennsylvania College of Technology. He believes working individually with one’s hands is a better way for people who are deaf or hard of hearing to learn than sitting in a large classroom lecture.