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The Stock Market Game

April 6, 2015 Local results for the week of April 6: High school 1. MONTGOMERY — $132,169.53 Ryan Monoski 2. LOYALSOCK — $102,985.46 Michelle Carpenter 3. MUNCY — $101,598.43 Beth Baker Middle school 1. more »»

Dean's list

April 6, 2015 Lock Haven University WILLIAMSPORT — Sierra R. Aichner, Becca A. Baier, Ashleigh L. Bair, Genevieve M. Beatty, Ryan M. Collins, Melissa S. Covert, Elliott C. Crossley, Cody L. Derr, Torey . more »»

Career fairs attract record number of employers

April 6, 2015 Nationally, employment projections are encouraging for the class of 2015. Recent career fairs at Pennsylvania College of Technology reflected that positive reality. more »»

Montoursville students compete in state academic competition

March 30, 2015 Sure, competing in the Pennsylvania Academic Decathlon is an incredible learning experience. more »»

College grads

March 30, 2015 Albright College Reading MIFFLINBURG — Cain Walter, bachelor’s degree in business administration and marketin. more »»

Lycoming College Ewing Lecture to feature dean at Yale University

March 30, 2015 Lycoming College will host Dr. Jonathan Scott Holloway for the 42nd annual Robert H. Ewing Lecture. more »»

Penn College awarded gold for centennial marketing campaign

March 30, 2015 Pennsylvania College of Technology’s efforts to publicize its 2014 centennial celebration were honored with a Gold Award in the 30th Annual Educational Advertising Awards, presented by Higher... more »»

Lycoming earns a place on President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll

March 30, 2015 The Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) recently placed Lycoming College on the 2014 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. more »»

Life in a college town: 50 things I learned my freshman year

March 30, 2015 The band The 1975 came out with their self-titled album in October of my freshman year. more »»

Regional Odyssey of the Mind competition held

March 30, 2015 Thirty-eight area schools, from across eight counties, attended the Northcentral Regional Odyssey of the Mind competition that was held March 14, at Berwick Area School District. more »»

‘This Is What A Feminist Looks Like’ Day held at Mansfield

March 30, 2015 MANSFIELD — Mansfield University’s celebration of Women’s History Month continued on March 25 with “This Is What A Feminist Looks Like” Day as part of Project Equalit. more »»

In the Schools

March 30, 2015 WASD kindergarten, new student registrations planned The Williamsport Area School District’s kindergarten and new student registration period is scheduled for today through April 2 at all primary... more »»

Mansfield students ‘break a difference’ during spring break

March 30, 2015 MANSFIELD — While most college students spent spring break at the beach, with their families or involved in other traditional activities, six Mansfield University Community Service Club members spen... more »»

Grant to enhance nutrition, physical activity for children

March 30, 2015 The Robert and Maureen Dunham Children’s Learning Center at Pennsylvania College of Technology received a $500 grant to enhance activities and lessons that teach children about healthy lifestyles. more »»

Penn College and WVIA to host workshop for educators

March 30, 2015 Connecting career awareness to secondary school classroom activities will be the focus of an upcoming workshop for educators presented by Pennsylvania College of Technology and WVIA Public Media. more »»

Bradford Tioga Head Start classes hold events

March 30, 2015 The Canton afternoon class of Bradford Tioga Head Start celebrated Dr. Seuss in many ways throughout the week of March 2-5. more »»

Students present research in New York City

March 30, 2015 Lycoming College seniors, Amy Trover and Amber Seibel, recently presented their research at the Eastern Sociological Society’s annual meeting in New York City on Feb. 28. more »»

Lock Haven honors inductees to Business Hall of Fame

March 30, 2015 LOCK HAVEN — Lock Haven University will honor LHU alumni who have distinguished themselves in business and in service to the university and their communit. more »»

Impact fees to fund $15,000 in regional ShaleNET scholarships

March 30, 2015 Pennsylvania College of Technology will provide $15,000 in ShaleNET scholarships to veterans, unemployed and underemployed residents of Bradford County. more »»

2 local students earn scholar honors

March 30, 2015 Matthew Marrie, of Williamsport, and Morgan Chambers, of Loyalsock Township, have earned Emergent Scholar honors for 2015. Emergent Scholars have attained at least a 3. more »»



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