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Randy Zea is a medical imaging major with plans to pursue radiation therapy who was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., to parents of Dominican and Ecuadorian descent.
Natalia Cintra Almanzar is a medical imaging major pursuing a Spanish minor, who was born in Puerto Rico to Dominican and Cuban parents. Originally from San Juan, Puerto Rico, she moved to Hazelton six years ago in the wake of Hurricane Maria, a Category 5 hurricane that devastated the northeastern Caribbean.
The Commonwealth University Council of Trustees has named two new student council members for the 2023-24 academic year. Jessica Dodge has been appointed as the student representative for the...
Toron James spent his summer chatting with the likes of Micah Parsons, of the Dallas Cowboys, and Nakobe Dean, of the Philadelphia Eagles — a treat for any sports fan let alone a young journalist. A...
Children's Advocacy Center Director and County Commissioner Speaks to Lock Haven Students Alongside K-9 Companion
During the spring semester, Dr. Mary Tatum from the Children's Advocacy Center of Clearfield traveled to Commonwealth University-Lock Haven to present in Dr. Michael J. McSkimming's victimology class in Akeley Hall alongside her K-9 companion, "Kirby."
The Commonwealth University-Lock Haven Student Activities Office recently announced their 2023 Leadership and Service Awards.
Sixteen students and three faculty members from the Commonwealth University-Lock Haven social work department traveled to Washington D.C. for a service trip to the Kidspace program, part of the House of Ruth network of social service programs.
Commonwealth University-Lock Haven celebrated the graduating Class of 2023 during the 146th spring commencement ceremonies on Friday, May 12. More than 500 graduate and undergraduate students received their degrees during the combined ceremony at Hubert Jack Stadium.
Twenty soon-to-be graduates were recently honored during Commonwealth University-Bloomsburg’s annual Lavender Graduation, a celebration of its LGBTQA community and allies for their achievements made...
Commonwealth University-Lock Haven' Department of Exceptionality Programs and Council of Exceptional Children student group recently hosted the 19th annual Kent's Fest Celebration after a three-year hiatus, due to COVID-19. The event provides a musical talent show for children and adults with disabilities.