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Bloomsburg, Pa. — After more than 18 months of work by nearly 1,000 individuals, the integration of Bloomsburg, Lock Haven, and Mansfield universities under the banner of Commonwealth University officially took place today. 

Bloomsburg, Pa. — A Bloomsburg University professor was honored recently for her work helping students navigate the complicated world of post-graduate studies.

State College, Pa. — A former Penn State student reportedly confessed to vandalizing the Nittany Lion Shrine earlier this year, saying it was in response to school's cover up of sexual abuse, hazing, and student deaths, according to the Daily Collegian.

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Harrisburg, Pa. (AP) — A proposal to require Pennsylvania's four state-related universities to promise they are not conducting research or experiments with fetal tissue from elective abortions was added to a state budget bill by House Republicans on Monday.

Williamsport, Pa. — "Status quo has never been an option for leaders in the world of higher education, particularly for those of us in the community college sector," wrote Terry Calaway in Diverse Issues in Higher Education.

Williamsport, Pa. — "Status quo has never been an option for leaders in the world of higher education, particularly for those of us in the community college sector," wrote Terry Calaway in Diverse Issues in Higher Education.

Selinsgrove — Following a nationwide search process, Susquehanna University has chosen Jeff Listwak for the position of vice president for finance. Currently he serves as senior vice president for business affairs and treasurer for Robert Morris University, Moon Township, Pa., but will join …

Williamsport — The Pennsylvania College of Technology has granted the "emeritus" status to William J. Martin, who retired as the college's senior vice president in 2011 after serving the college for nearly 30 years, and Patrick D. Murphy, a founding member of what is now the graphic design d…