The Northeast Times published a profile on sprint football player Kyle Johnson Hackett ’19.
ABC 4 announced the release of a new book, “Julian’s Gift,´written by Teri Wiedeman-Rouse, Ph.D., assistant professor of education.
Stephen Tamburo ’07 took the oath of office as a Lower Makefield police officer. The Advance has the story.
The Chestnut Hill Local promoted The Institute of Religion and Science’s event that welcomed Dr. Michael Mann, distinguished professor of meteorology, to campus.
The Chestnut Hill Local profiled three of the College’s sprint football players.
Alumna Georgine A. Olexa '78, has been promoted to vice president, legal affairs at Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network. The Morning Call has the story.
Harry Potter Weekend returned and the College hosted its annual Philadelphia Brotherly Love Cup Quidditch Tournament and Harry Potter Conference. These venues had the story:
The Springfield Sun
The Times Leader