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College News and Information
Bloomsburg, Pa. – Following the recent death of a female nursing student and a long history of issues, Bloomsburg University announced it is ending all Greek Life.
Lewisburg, Pa. - As a residential institution, Bucknell University has long required incoming students to be vaccinated against many diseases that can spread quickly in shared living spaces.
After weathering over a year of challenges and changes due to to COVID-19, it's finally time for members of the Class of 2021 to put on their caps and gowns.
Williamsport, Pa. – After nearly a quarter century on campus, Davie Jane Gilmour informed the college community of her intention to retire next year as president of Pennsylvania College of Technology.
Pittsburgh, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA) and Allegheny County officials discussed how flexible disaster emergency declarations allow emergency officials to meet the needs of communities before, during and after an emergency.
Mansfield, Pa. – Mansfield University will repurpose campus space to better serve the university community and reduce annual costs through the demolition of three offline traditional-style dormitories.
Lewisburg, Pa. — When PayPal’s online payments system initially launched, the company lost considerable profits due to a high fraud rate — until it developed its own fraud monitoring software named “Igor.”
State College, Pa. - The National Weather Service office in Centre County is seeking college student volunteers for Fall 2021.
Selinsgrove, Pa. - New research from Susquehanna University’s Sigmund Weis School of Business finds that electronic cigarettes, which have grown in popularity among teenagers, could easily be priced or taxed to the point of dissuading use of the products.
Williamsport, Pa. - Local nonprofits are invited to lean on the expertise of Pennsylvania College of Technology's electrical construction students, who are offering services ranging from electrical system troubleshooting to panel installation.
Bloomsburg, Pa. – Bloomsburg University held its in-person nursing pinning ceremony on Saturday, May 1, in the Haas Center for the Arts on campus. More than 80 students received a pin.
Williamsport, Pa. - Pennsylvania College of Technology students have again provided free income tax preparation services to the community, helping scores of taxpayers file their 2020 returns for a total combined refund amount of $143,919.
Lock Haven, Pa. - Lock Haven University graduate Laurel Morgan, who earned her bachelor's degree in community and public health education, has been helping older Pennsylvanians navigate the COVID-19 vaccination process while volunteering with the National Health Corps.
Lewisburg, Pa. -- The annual mating display of fireflies is a cherished part of summer, but some insects in the firefly family have nixed the lightshow altogether.
Mansfield, Pa. - Presenting a brilliant Greenery Walls business idea nabbed first place for a group of Mansfield University students participating in this year's annual State System Startup Challenge.
Lewisburg, Pa. – An art auction inspired by Bucknell University's Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program with the State Correctional Institute at Coal Township is being conducted to benefit Transitions of PA, a Lewisburg-based nonprofit that supports victims of domestic violence.
When veteran journalist and professor Shaheen Pasha talks to her best friend over the phone, life almost feels normal. Time goes by swiftly as they share stories and listen to each other’s voice, narrating life since they last spoke.
Selinsgrove, Pa. – Susquehanna University has announced commencement plans for both the Class of 2021 and the Class of 2020.
Lewisburg, Pa. – Before COVID-19, the 2014-16 Ebola epidemic was the last major global health scare, and now there are fresh outbreaks of Ebola in the African nations of Guinea and the Democratic Republic of Congo. A common denominator in both COVID-19 and Ebola outbreaks is the role bats ma…
Williamsport, Pa. – A juvenile suffered a single gunshot wound to the lower extremities in the 1500 block of Louisa Street at 9:10 p.m. last night, the Williamsport Bureau of Police reported.
Lewisburg, Pa. – Seven new COVID-19 cases were confirmed at Bucknell University Saturday evening, according to an email from President John Bravman.
Lewisburg, Pa. – Bucknell University now recommends students stay within a 30-mile radius of Lewisburg unless they are traveling on a Bucknell-sponsored trip.
Williamsport, Pa. – After playing in six of the last seven MAC Commonwealth Conference Championships, eighth-year head coach Nate Gibboney announced another group of highly-talented athletes from throughout the Mid-Atlantic Region that will join the Lycoming College men’s soccer team as the …
Danville, Pa. – Geisinger has seen a slight uptick in positive COVID-19 tests across their system, according to Dr. Jaewon Ryu, President and Chief Executive Officer. Geisinger’s system includes the flagship hospital in Danville, as well as campuses in Jersey Shore in Lycoming County, Scrant…
Bloomsburg, Pa. - For the first time in the program's brief history, the Bloomsburg University women's volleyball team earned a Team Academic Award from the United States Marine Corps (USMC) / American Coaches Volleyball Association (AVCA) for the 2019-20 academic year.
Lewisburg, Pa. – Soon after a New York Times story ran in May about reports in the Pacific Northwest of Asian giant hornets — dubbed “murder hornets” in the story — Bucknell University Professor Elizabeth Capaldi’s phone literally started to buzz.
Lewisburg, Pa. -- Bucknell University among 58 other U.S. colleges and universities, including Penn State, Franklin and Marshall, and UPenn, in filing an amicus brief supporting Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to prevent the Trump administration from enforcin…
Williamsport -- Between classes, a Pennsylvania College of Technology student modified a computer numerical control router that he normally uses for woodworking projects to help manufacture more than 300 face shields, which are being distributed to hospitals around his hometown.